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Deep Questions with Chase Thompson:

Sep 30, 2020

Both Adonijah and Joab grab the horns of the altar in a desperate attempt to save their lives from King Solomon. This act only saves one of them - did Joab do something wrong, or was he trusting in the wrong thing to save him? Today we discuss how to be saved by grabbing the real and spiritual altar, as well as...

Sep 29, 2020

Paul's letter to Galatians was written, at least in part, because the church there was being led astray by a false teaching that combined the doing of good works like circumcision with faith in Jesus. Paul writes to correct such heresy, warning those that choose to trust in good works for even part of their salvation...

Sep 28, 2020

For many Christians, the good news means that Jesus died to save us from our sins - which is true, praise God - but is such a short summary of the good news of what Jesus has done for us, that it lacks some of the important blessings of being saved by jesus, such as being ADOPTED as sons of God and being co-heirs, along...

Sep 27, 2020

To the Jewish people, dying on a tree (dying on a cross...) meant that the person who died was under God's curse, so this was a terrible way to die. Paul tells us in our Galatians reading today that Jesus was not only under God's curse because of the way He died, but that HE WAS A CURSE. What does this even mean?

Sep 26, 2020

Two big discussions today: First we tackle the issue of why parts of the Bible are so violent and horrifying. Second we discuss how Paul called out Peter for hypocrisy - is this a huge deal that a disciple of Jesus who wrote books of the Bible would be a hypocrite? We also discuss what hypocrisy is, exactly.