Virtuous Persuasion (with Dr Michael Niebauer)

Matt and I are joined by Dr Michael Niebauer to discuss his recent book, Virtuous Persuasion: A Theology of Christian Mission.

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James 5:13-20 (The Epistle of James)

Jeff, Brian, James, and I conclude our treatment of James, discussing the themes of prayer with which the book ends.

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James 5:7-12 (The Epistle of James)

Jeff, Brian, James, and I continue our discussion of James, speaking of the importance of patience in suffering.

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James 4:13—5:6 (The Epistle of James)

Jeff, Brian, James, and I continue our discussion of James.

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Lying

Matt, Derek, and I have a spirited discussion about the legitimacy of lying, especially focusing upon the story of the Hebrew midwives in Exodus 1.

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