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Brookville Road Community Church's Podcast
spurring people to become wholehearted followers of Jesus
Category: Christianity
Location: Indiana
Sunday messages from Brookville Road Community Church
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August 16, 2017 06:59 AM PDT

Andy Flink and Mark Taylor discuss topics related to theology and philosophy. Introduction of the topic of sin and Mark describes Augustine’s view of sin (0:00) The impact of sin on our mind and our character (5:45) Are all sins equally “bad” for us? (9:40) Discussion of the Seven Deadly Sins (12:45) What are the external consequences of our sin and are those consequences intended for our benefit? (16:30) In the Bible people sometimes experience huge consequences for their sin, does God still punish in this way? (21:30) In the midst of our suffering (or the suffering of others) how quick should we be to attribute it to the consequences of sin? (29:15) A reminder of God’s grace and the power of the cross to forgive our sin (33:45)

If you have questions about the topics Andy and Mark talked about today you can email them at aflink@brcconline.net. They would love to address your questions in an upcoming episode.

August 09, 2017 11:11 AM PDT

Andy Flink and Mark Taylor discuss topics related to theology and philosophy. Introduction of the topic and a brief review of last week’s episode (0:00) What does it mean for the Bible to be infallible? (1:20) What does it mean for the Bible to be inspired? Different theories of biblical inspiration (2:05) The connection between the Bible being inspired by God and being infallible for us as Christians (10:30) Reasons why we can trust the Bible we have today is the same as the Bible that was originally written (11:50) What does it mean for the Bible to be authoritative and how does sin affect our ability to understand the Bible (18:30) How can it be that Christians have different interpretations of the same passages? (24:45) Closing thoughts on our responsibility to recognize that someday God will hold us accountable for how we interpret the Bible (31:15)

If you have questions about the topics Andy and Mark talked about today you can email them at aflink@brcconline.net. They would love to address your questions in an upcoming episode.

August 02, 2017 03:47 PM PDT

Andy Flink and Mark Taylor discuss topics related to theology and philosophy. Introduction of the topic, “Why We Can Trust the Bible” and a discussion of how this topic was addressed om the bestselling novel, The DaVinci Code. (0:00) What was the process that went into the creation of the biblical canon and what were the standards they used to choose each book? (6:30) A discussion about some of the books like the Gospel of Thomas which were not selected for the canon (10:20) The Council of Nicea and the Emperor Constantine (14:45) What do we mean when we say that there is external evidence that the Bible is reliable? (20:30) What do we mean when we say that there is internal evidence that the Bible is reliable? (22:55) Mark talks about the undesigned coincidences in the New Testament that point to it being reliable (25:15)

If you have questions about the topics Andy and Mark talked about today you can email them at aflink@brcconline.net. They would love to address your questions in an upcoming episode.

In this week’s episode Andy and Mark referenced some addition resources that could be helpful for further study of this topic. The Heresy of Orthodoxy by Andreas Kostenberger and Michael Kruger; Scripture and Truth by D.A. Carson and John Woodbridge; The Canon of Scripture by Wayne Grudem (https://www.biblicaltraining.org/library/canon-scripture-wayne-grudem)

July 26, 2017 12:09 PM PDT

Andy Flink and Mark Taylor discuss topics related to theology and philosophy. Introduction and conversation about a question submitted from a listen about last week’s episode concerning what it meant for Jesus to have experienced temptation (0:00) What does it mean for us as Christians to have a relationship with the Holy Spirit and why do some Christians view the Holy Spirit as the “riskiest” person in the Trinity? (6:15) What are some practical ways that I can open myself up to a deeper relationship with the Holy Spirit? (12:00) Jesus’ source of power for living (12:15) What is behind the temptation to focus more on studying the Bible then on listening to the Holy Spirit? (15:00) What does it mean to be empowered by the Holy Spirit for miracles? (19:00) Besides prayer, what are some of the other ways that the Holy Spirit can speak to us? (25:30)

If you have questions about the topics Andy and Mark talked about today you can email them at aflink@brcconline.net. They would love to address your questions in an upcoming episode.

July 18, 2017 01:19 PM PDT

Andy Flink and Mark Taylor discuss topics related to theology and philosophy. Introduction and Review of what Jesus accomplished on the cross (0:00) The relationship between Jesus and the Holy Spirit (4:55) What does it mean for Jesus to be our role model? (7:45) Jesus’ source of power for living (12:15) Why Jesus’ life matters just as much as his death (15:00) The heresy of Docetism and Mark and Andy disagree about Jesus’ source of power for miracles (17:15) The Holy Spirit is a person not a force (25:45)

If you have questions about the topics Andy and Mark talked about today you can email them at aflink@brcconline.net. They would love to address your questions in an upcoming episode.

July 12, 2017 09:08 AM PDT

Andy Flink and Mark Taylor discuss topics related to theology and philosophy. Introduction and Review setting up the question of why Jesus had to come to earth? (0:00) The significance of the Garden of Eden (3:05) The importance of the nation of Israel (13:05) The need for a Messiah (34:20) Jesus’ ministry and the Kingdom of God (43:00) Jesus’ death and resurrection (47:10) Our Commissioning as Jesus’ disciples (52:55)

If you have questions about the topics Andy and Mark talked about today you can email them at aflink@brcconline.net. They would love to address your questions in an upcoming episode.

July 06, 2017 01:36 PM PDT

Andy Flink and Mark Taylor discuss topics related to theology and philosophy. Introduction and Review (0:00) Arguments for the Existence of God (1:55) Why These Topics Matter Today (14:30) Attributes of God (17:30) God looks like Jesus (24:05)

July 06, 2017 01:35 PM PDT

Andy Flink and Mark Taylor discuss topics related to theology and philosophy. Introduction (0:00) Arguments Against the Existence of God (2:30) Arguments for the Existence of God (29:00)

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