One of the things about the Christian faith that offends the sensibilities of good people is that God requires the bloody sacrifice of an innocent to appease His wrath against us.
On today’s episode of Recovering the Christian Mind we consider why Samuel sacrificed a nursing lamb in 1 Samuel 7.
On today’s episode of the Recovering the Christian Mind podcast we consider what Samuel meant when he told the people of Israel that “until now, the Lord has helped us” (1 Samuel 7:12).
“Until now” is both spatial and chronological. It includes everything that has ever happened to us, wherever it has happened to us – both good and bad.
In what sense can we truly say that the Lord has helped us in our suffering, setbacks, and disappointments?
On this episode of the Recovering the Christian Mind Podcast we ask two questions and respond to one criticism:
- What was being preached at the chapel service when the Asbury Revival began?
- What about the exorcism that allegedly took place along with other strange phenomena?
- In Acts 5:33-39, Gamaliel warned against questioning the work of the Holy Spirit. You should “wait and see” if this revival is really a work of the Spirit before passing judgment.
What are the effects of a revival on the broader community in which a revival takes place?
In this episode of the Recovering the Christian Mind Podcast we consider the final two of Pastor Paul’s eight marks of genuine revival in view of what is happening at Asbury University.
In this episode Pastor Paul continues to define the marks of a public revival in view of what is happening at Asbury University.
What are the differences between an evangelistic campaign and a revival?
What changes happen in the spiritual lives of those who experience revival?