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The Book of Mormon is a volume of holy scripture comparable to the Bible, used by Latter Day Saints. It is a record of God’s dealings with the ancient inhabitants of the Americas.The book was written by ancient prophets through the spirit of prophecy and revelation. It gives an account of two great civilizations. One came from Jerusalem in 600 B.C., and afterward separated into two nations, known as the Nephites and the Lamanites. The other came much earlier when the Lord confounded the tong ...
 
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Does God choose to save certain people or do people choose to be saved? What would you say to someone who says, "A loving God would never force His will upon people?" What part does free will play in salvation? In this episode, Costi Hinn explains the doctrine of election and presents truths from God's word that should leave every believer more hum…
 
Jimmy and Joe are responding to more of your emails. Does God love the poor, and if so what does that mean? How do you witness to a Christian? How can better manage our devotional time? And are we bothered by financially supporting bad churches when we sing one of their “good songs”? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devo…
 
Micah was sent on his mission as a young Mormon and ready to make converts to the Mormon faith. His mother was a tenured Mormon professor at BYU, and his father was a high priest in the church. Throughout his mission he faced intense mistreatment from Christians, threats, and even having guns pulled on him, he was undeterred. Nothing could stop him…
 
The guys sat down after church on Sunday to discuss the nature of faith from the Baptist Catechism, Q. 91, and Jimmy’s “brown privilege.” Baptist Catechism Q. 91 Q. What is faith in Jesus Christ? A. Faith in Jesus Christ is a saving grace,⁠ whereby we receive and rest upon him alone for salvation, as he is offered to us in the gospel.⁠ RESOURCES Th…
 
Fofo and Jojo talk through God’s love. Does God love everyone, or only his people? What are the implications. of how we understand God’s love? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsJoe Thorn & Jimmy Fowler
 
In this episode Costi Hinn lays out a clear strategy for winning spiritual warfare. Spoiler alert: it has nothing to do with shouting "I rebuke you, Devil!" or putting olive oil on the heads of troubled church folks. Spiritual warfare is a battle for the mind, and we need to go back to God's word for our winning strategy.…
 
Happy Memorial Day, suckas! The guys are back to talk through Q. 90 of the Baptist Catechism. How do faith, repentance, and the use of the means of grace relate to our freedom from wrath and security in Christ? Baptist Catechism Q. 90 Q. What doth God require of us that we may escape his wrath and curse, due to us for sin? A. To escape the wrath an…
 
Joe and Jimmy bring on their friend David Koch to talk about the value of productivity, and five principles for being more effective in our lives and ministries. David is a smart, funny, and gifted brother we love to listen to, whether it’s about pro wrestling, geek culture, productivity, or the gospel. This is a really good conversation that runs …
 
Spiritual warfare is a topic that many "experts" have opinions on, but they often miss the mark. Some will tell you that you need to rebuke the Devil out of everything, others will tell you that you have the "spirit of 'this'" or the "spirit of 'that.'" Still, some people imagine spiritual warfare as the Devil showing up at the foot of their bed on…
 
Jimmy and Joe get into a discussion sin and what every sin deserves. What are the different ways in which we sin, and how can they all deserve God’s wrath, in this life and the next, if some sins are more heinous than others? Plus, one of Jimmy’s kids won an award at his school. It’s a sweet story. Baptist Catechism Q. 89 Q. What doth every sin des…
 
Joe and Jimmy discuss how our church determines what songs we sing and what songs we omit. How do we handle a song with solid lyrics written by a someone who doesn’t have solid theology? Would Redeemer Fellowship ever sing a Bethel song? Plus, Jimmy preached the truth of Scripture, and maybe a myth. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/d…
 
Jimmy and Joe jump back into the Baptist Catechism to discuss sin and whether or not some sins are more heinous than other sins. Plus, we talk Nickleback and Creed. And Joe's horrible piercings. Ok, this one is mostly banter. Baptist Catechism Q. 88 Q. Are all transgressions of the law equally heinous? A. Some sins in themselves, and by reason of s…
 
Joe and Jimmy open up the mailbag to talk through the church’s obsession with “masculinity,” time management in ministry, COVID conflict in churches, critiquing conservatives, and regional conferences. In a hurry? Skip the banter by jumping to the 12:20 mark. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Ad…
 
In this episode, Costi Hinn explains key truths about The Holy Spirit who is often the most neglected, misunderstood, and misrepresented member of the Trinity. Many of His works go unnoticed, while many foolish and outlandish practices are credited to Him. So how do you sift through the YouTube madness, the twisted version of the so-called Holy Spi…
 
Here we go again, on our own. Going down the only road we’ve ever known. Or something like that. The guys discuss the 10 commandments, again, thinking through their value and why Christians should be very familiar with them. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcir…
 
Joe and Jimmy discuss the sermon stealing, preaching plagiarism, or whatever you want to call it when a pastor takes someone else’s sermon and preaches it like it’s their own. When does a preacher need to cite his sources? What if a preacher has permission to preach someone else’s sermon? What are the consequences of sermon stealing? REFERENCES Zac…
 
Does God want Christians to be happy? How should a Christian go about seeking happiness? What are the some of the dangerous ways that people go about trying to experience happiness? On this episode Costi Hinn interviews Barnabas Piper about the pursuit of happiness for the Christian and where ultimate happiness is found.…
 
Joe and Jimmy discuss the preface to the ten commandments, where God says, “I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery.” What do these words mean for the people of God as they hear his law? How does this impact the way Christians today hear the commands of God? See the Baptist Catechism, Questions …
 
Joe and Jimmy welcome Dave DeHaan, from Word Partners, to the podcast to talk about training church leaders to rightly interpret and preach the word of God, who can then train others to do the same. We love how God is using Word Partners, and we love Dave, He’s a solid brother who is passionate about the truth and the church. This is a great conver…
 
In this episode, Costi Hinn interviews Dave Jenkins about the shocking statistics regarding biblical illiteracy and unpacks strategic steps every Christian can take to reverse this trend in their own life. How can we fight the good fight of faith if we cannot wield our sword?For the Gospel
 
The guys are back talking through the moral law from questions 46 and 47 from the Baptist Catechism. Why is love for God and neighbor the summation of the law and how does this work to move God’s people to obey? RESOURCES The Baptist Catechism A Scriptural Exposition of the Baptist Catechism by Benjamin Beddome Read Beddome’s Exposition online for …
 
Jimmy and Joe invited pastor and author Will Basham to the podcast to talk about his new book, Rural Mission: Insights From A Rural Church Planter. Why has the rural mission field been neglected by so many church planting agencies? What are some unique challenges in ministering in rural America? How do you know if you are a good fit for ministry in…
 
Are you sinning or robbing God if you don't give 10% of your income to the church? Should poor people go into debt to accomplish this standard? Should very wealthy people stop giving once they've given their 10%? In this episode, Costi Hinn breaks down what is means to "tithe" and dispels myths and abuses surrounding this teaching. In addition, he …
 
The guys talk about the “moral law,” and how Jimmy rolls with his celebrity friends. The Baptist Catechism, Question 45 Q. What did God at first reveal to man for the rule of his obedience? A. The rule which God at first revealed to man for his obedience, was the moral law.⁠ RESOURCES The Baptist Catechism A Scriptural Exposition of the Baptist Cat…
 
Today the JoFo open the mailbag, and a can of worms, when they discuss maintaining humility and passion in preaching, why Redeemer has communion before the sermon, and using people’s preferred pronouns. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands…
 
We have received a crazy amount of questions about Paul Maxwell and his “deconversion,” wondering if we are going to address it since he was on the podcast. The truth is, Paul wasn’t just on the podcast, he is our friend. So, today we are addressing the issue of deconversion, and specifically looking at how to deal with it on a relational level. Is…
 
In this episode, Costi Hinn interviews Mike Fabarez on how to guide, disciple, teach, and bond with sons. Mike Fabarez is the author of "Raising Men, Not Boys," the founding pastor of Compass Bible Church in South Orange County, California, and is heard on hundreds of radio programs across the country on the Focal Point radio program. He and his wi…
 
Joe and Jimmy are back on the Baptist Catechism to discuss the “duty which God requireth of man.” What does God require of us? What’s the difference between God’s revealed will and his secret will? Plus, Joe sings. We are sorry. Baptist Catechism Q. 44 Q. What is the duty which God requireth of man? A. The duty which God requireth of man is, obedie…
 
In this episode Costi Hinn interviews Jonny Ardavanis about how to deal with fear, anxiety, and depression. As the Camp Director at Hume Lake and the Dean of Campus and Student Advancement at The Master's University in California, Jonny is no stranger to witnessing the first hand challenges of fear, anxiety, and depression in this generation. He mi…
 
Celebrating Easter and resurrection is incomplete if we do not also celebrate the Holy Week, which is full of not just life and resurrection, but also disappointment, betrayal, and death. Easter invites us to increase our acceptance of death, which allows us to increase our engagement with life. We, like the women at the tomb, must learn to prepare…
 
This is a time to celebrate renewal and resurrection. In this bonus episode I explain the purpose and contribution of Engaging Gospel Doctrine, comparing its approach to other Sunday School podcasts. There are so many great resources out there! I also reread Carol Lynn Pearson’s Holy Week, which applies the Easter message to our every day lives, ou…
 
The guys have a good conversation about preacher development in the local church, and and offer some recommendations of podcasts and shows they are enjoying. Plus, Joe give hair care advice. RELEVANT RESOURCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS The Man of God Network (podcasts) Christ-Centered Preaching by Bryan Chapel Biblical Preaching by Robinson 8 Hours or Le…
 
In this episode Costi Hinn interviews one of the key contributors to getting For the Gospel up and running. Reagan Rose provides insights for using online media to resource your church and reinforces the importance of Christians engaging in worship, discipleship, and evangelism in person. If you're looking to keep the priority of the local church a…
 
Joe is back from Texas, complaining about TX drivers and roads and arguing with Jimmy about BBQ. Then the guys talk about what happens to the wicked after death. Plus, Jimmy put an offer on a house! It does NOT have a helo-pad. For real. No helo-pad. Stop spreading rumors. Baptist Catechism Q. 42 Q. But what shall be done to the wicked at their dea…
 
Listen in as Joe and Jimmy catch up after Joe’s trip to the great state of Texas and talk about the fighting among Christians who should be united, and the lack of feeling we sometimes experience when it comes to bible, church, and worship. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries…
 
Joe and Jimmy are back into the Baptist catechism to talk about the benefits of believers at the resurrection of the dead. Baptist Catechism Q. 41 Q. What benefits do believers receive from Christ at the resurrection? A. At the resurrection believers, being raised up in glory,⁠ shall be openly acknowledged, and acquitted in the day of judgment,⁠⁠ a…
 
In this episode Costi Hinn interviews Jesse Randolph on the sovereignty of God and evangelism. Many people think, "If God is sovereign in salvation, why evangelize anyone at all?" Some genuinely want to understand this theological subject, while others use God's sovereignty as an excuse for not trying to save people! This conversation takes a deepe…
 
You guys know the JoFo loves Dane Ortlund’s book, Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers. But a recent review of the book by Jeremiah Johnson, Does Scripture Really Say That? A Critical Appraisal of "Gentle and Lowly" is very negative. Does Johnson raises any good questions? Are his conclusions fair? Listen in to get the Do…
 
In this episode Costi Hinn interviews Anthony Wood as he lays out excellent Bible study tips that will take you deeper into God's Word. From new believers, to those who feel like their study has grown stale, this episode will supercharge your ability to unpack Scripture and grow closer to Jesus.For the Gospel
 
Jimmy and Joe are back in the Baptist Catechism looking at Q. 40 on the benefits of dying in Christ. Baptist Catechism Q. 40 Q. What benefits do believers receive from Christ at their death? A. The souls of believers are at their death made perfect in holiness,⁠⁠ and do immediately pass into glory;⁠⁠ and their bodies being still united to Christ,⁠⁠…
 
Every Monday through Friday All Access members get Weekday Wisdom, our daily devotionals. Today we share a meditation on Proverbs 12:25, “Anxiety in a man’s heart weighs him down, but a good word makes him glad.” Want more? Sign up for All Access here. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Advertisi…
 
Jimmy and Joe walk through the fundamentals of journaling and share the recommendations below. Plus, we get a peek at their conversation with Daniel Ritchie on maintaining a Christlike character. JOURNALS Leuchtturm 1917 Medium (A5) Softcover Notebook (Dot Grid) Midori Way Traveler's Notebook Field Notes 3-Pack Pitch Black Memo Books (Dot Grid) PEN…
 
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