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  • In this clip, we discuss some of the historical evidence for Jesus. Also, see our suggested reading list here.
  • This post first appeared on Kineti and is authored by Judah Gabriel Himango, one of Tabernacle of David’s teachers. I’ve been reading Atomic Habits, a book that’s opened my eyes to how people’s lives are dictated by their habits.  The more good habits you have — eating right, exercising, learning a new language, reading books,… […]
  • The world’s largest sports event – FIFA World Cup 2022 (also known as ‘the Mondial’) – is taking place this month in Doha, Qatar. It is the first World Cup to be held in the Arab/Muslim world, with 32 soccer/football teams participating. Over the past 12 years an estimated $220 billion dollars has been invested […]
  • In this clip, we discuss some the issues with how Christians can integrate their worldview and political engagement. Obviously, many Christians don’t have a full blown political philosophy. I talk about the various approaches Christians take towards the topic and… Continue reading →
  • This post first appeared on Wisdom in Torah, authored by Rico Cortes. Tabernacle of David considers this ministry trustworthy and Biblically faithful. The post Vayetze – Jacob Sees Stairway to Heaven? appeared first on Wisdom In Torah Ministries – Rico Cortes.
  • 40 Questions About Interpreting the Bible: Second Edition (40 Question Series) by Robert L. Plumber, 368 pp. Kregel Publishing, 2022 When it comes to studying and interpreting the Bible, there is an avalanche of reasons as to why Christians should… Continue reading →
  • In this clip, Dr. Jonathan McLatchie gives a case for what he calls the “Maximal Facts” argument for the resurrection. You might be familiar with the “minimal facts” argument which I discuss here. In my opinion, there are strengths and… Continue reading →
  • In this clip, we discuss some of the challenges of worldview crisis (how we approach people with different worldviews), and how to approach the issue of revival.
  • Shalom fine Messianic music fans, I'm glad to report fresh new music streaming on the station: Misha Goetz – A Time for Everything This new album features 10 fresh songs by the talented Messianic Jewish singer and songwriter Misha Goetz Hoyt. She's joined on the album her famed father, Marty Goetz. Messianic artists Joshua Aaron […]
  • Dr. Douglas Groothuis is professor of philosophy at Denver Seminary. Over the years, I have read several of his books and watched his lectures on various topics in Christian apologetics. Given that I read the first edition of Christian Apologetics:… Continue reading →