Welcome to Bible Matters.
(This is a rebroadcast to get this new site back up-to-date)
Vox Pops. In this podcast we look at the fact that very few people appear to have heard from the church. They have not so much rejected the message of the cross, than have not heard it.
Furnished Manchester. We hear a report on Furnished Manchester, the evangelism training day.
Indulge yourself on Twitter. We look at news that the Pope is apparently going to be forgiving sins or giving plenary indulgences by Twitter.
Vox Pops, we look at what it means to unbelievers to be told’ “God loves you.” and at what might be a better way to approach leading people to appreciate their need of a saviour.
Arrested for preaching the gospel. Tony Miano Arrested in Wimbledon for preaching the gospel in public.... Was he Homophobic? Is it now illegal to believe that homosexuality is wrong... Where does this leave Christians and the Bible in the UK?
Should Bible Matters now be just a podcast and blog, rather than concentrating on going out to churches teaching evangelism?
Undercover footage shows Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Senior Director of Medical Services, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, describing how Planned Parenthood sells the body parts of aborted fetuses, and admitting she uses partial-birth abortions to supply intact body parts.
Andrew Drapper preaching at Brewham Baptist Church on John 3:1-21, "Ye must be born again."
I was recently surprised, by the suggestion of a local church leader, that it is wrong for us to judge people. He said of a particular new church leader, “We must respect her,” (because of her office), and “I do not want her judged.” He then went on to generalise that we must not judge anyone.
As is my normal practice, I did not enter into debate or argument on the spot, but could not reconcile this ‘judge not’ teaching with my reading of the Bible. I believe that the Church, and our whole society, is under a bondage to the false doctrine that, ‘It is wrong to judge anyone, ever.’
In the church, if you question a doctrine, teaching, or practice, you are...