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Today, we are beginning a two-part episode with our friend and New Testament scholar, Dr. Craig Evans of Houston Baptist University. He is here to talk about “Jesus and the Mythicists.” What is mythicism and why does the Church need to know about it? Dr. Evans is here to break it all down for us. (Part One of Two).

Theological precision. Biblical fidelity. The Holiness of God. These dimensions of the Christian faith, along with many others, characterized the life and ministry of one Robert Charles Sproul. In today's episode of DFT, Dr. Stephen Nichols, author of R.C. Sproul: A Life, joins us to talk about the life and ministry of Dr. Sproul.

Some evangelicals are claiming the present-day Temple Mount is not where the Temple was located in the days of Solomon and Herod. We’ll be responding to these dubious claims by carefully evaluating the biblical, historical, and archaeological evidence.

Join us for part three of a three part virtual round table discussion about the location of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem! Archaeologist Dr. Scott Stripling joins us from Katy, Texas.

Join us for part two of a three part virtual round table discussion about the location of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem! Archaeologist Dr. Scott Stripling joins us from Katy, Texas.

Some evangelicals are claiming the present-day Temple Mount is not where the Temple was located in the days of Solomon and Herod. We’ll be responding to these dubious claims by carefully evaluating the biblical, historical, and archaeological evidence.

Join us for part one of a three part virtual round table discussion about the location of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem! Archaeologist Dr. Scott Stripling joins us from Katy, Texas.

Some evangelicals are claiming the present-day Temple Mount is not where the Temple was located in the days of Solomon and Herod. We’ll be responding to these dubious claims by carefully evaluating the biblical, historical, and archaeological evidence.

Hosts Scott Lanser and Henry Smith will be continuing their discussion on a pastoral approach in dealing with conflict and differences of opinion. What does the Bible say about conflict? How do we discern issues of essential biblical truth verses those subjects of secondary importance? And lastly, how are we to conduct ourselves among non-believers and with believers that we disagree with?

On these next two episodes of Digging for Truth, we'll be tackling on thorny problem of conflicts and disagreements among believers in Jesus Christ. Our approach will be pastoral as we seek to encourage our viewers to be faithful to the Bible, to distinguish essential biblical doctrine from non-essential and secondary subjects, and to respond to disagreements in a way that follows the principles God has given us in His Word. Are we to respond to believers and non-believers differently? Is scholarly debate and conflict unique? How can we more faithfully honor the Lord in our life and conduct when conflicts arrive? These are just some of the questions we will confronting in this two-part episode of Digging for Truth dedicated to this important topic.

To say that western society is destroying itself from within might very well be the understatement of the century. Our public educational institutions have played a significant role in the spiritual, moral, and intellectual demise of western culture. Public education is now steeped in a worldview that is deeply antagonistic towards the Creator, His moral law, and the Gospel of Christ. Christian parents seriously committed to the Gospel are deeply concerned about the impact these institutions are having on their children. Is there a better way to educate these precious ones who have been given to us by God? Mr. John Mark Niehls of Coventry Christian Schools in Pottstown, PA joins us to talk about a Gospel-centered and time tested alternative: Classical Christian Education.

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