The Baptist Reader Podcast

Provide Information, Give Insight, and Edify Believers || Reading and Analysis of Scripture, Historic Baptist Writings, and Doctrinal Truths.

Episode 46 - Is God’s Sovereign Will Predominant? Analysis of Scripture. Does God have Wills in Conflict? Is God Double Minded? Final Reading in History. What did Waldensian Anabaptists believe?

Posted by thebaptistreader in A History of Foreign Baptists

In our introduction today, we'll cover a fascinating subject about God's Sovereign Will. Is it predominant in the world? Does God predetermine everything? If so, what does that do with God's moral will? Doesn't God want people to be moral? How does Scripture help us to understand?

In our reading, we'll cover the final bit for Baptist History and cover what Waldensian Anabaptists believed throughout history and Baptist Heritage.

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Episode 45 - An analysis of Martin Luther’s slander of James’ letter the Epistle of Straw, What is at the heart of the matter, Reading and Analysis, The Noble Lesson.

Posted by thebaptistreader in A History of Foreign Baptists

In our introduction, we'll cover the issue of Martin Luther's calling the Epistle of James, the Epistle of Straw. What is at hand in this statement? Why did Luther make such a statement? We'll analyze the actual biblical issue and give the answer to the fundamental problem which most face when grappling with the plain reading of James.

After our Reading, in analysis, we'll cover the Waldensian Noble Lesson.

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Episode 44 - Revelation 11, The Great City, what is it? Where are the Witnesses slain? Sodom and Egypt, Israel. Homosexuality, Gay Pride. Israel’s Future. A Jew’s only hope.

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In our introduction today, we'll discuss the Great City of Revelation 11, where the witnesses are slain. What is this Great City that is spiritually called Sodom and Egypt? What does the rest of Revelation say? What does the immediate context specify? There is no other place "where their Lord was slain" but Jerusalem of the nation of Israel. This place is spiritually called Sodom and Egypt. What does that mean? How does this help us to understand Israel's future? Do we see a taste of their future in their present? An examination of Christian discrimination in Israel and the incredible prevalence of "Gay Pride" for all ages in Israel seems to fit the very state we see in Revelation 11. What is a Jew's hope? Some future salvation? Or the only name given under Heaven by which we must be saved? Hasn't the Savior come? Won't the Judge of all the earth come next? Standing even at the door? We'll discuss.

We'll cover an interesting portion of our reading, and cover the beliefs of the Vaudois, and answer the question: How knowledgeable of the Bible were the old Baptists? Did they have the Bible?

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Episode 43 - Solution to Cultural Diversity more Pluralism? What’s the real answer? History. What is Government’s role with religion & controversy? Islam & Christianity

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In response to the US Task Force on Religious Liberty, we look to a recent article by the Daily Signal, where they offer a solution for religious liberty and persecution: Pluralism. What is pluralism? Simply Diversity? Actually not, we'll go to the Pluralism Organization for the answer. We'll look to history for how the United States historically handled the issue of religious liberty and civil responsibility. We'll answer the question about Governments role with religion and civil controversy. Should we expect religions to change if they want to join with societies? Looking at Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity.

After reading well cover the subject of compromise with Protestants when they came on the scene. What did one group of Baptists give up? The different names given to Baptists. And We also find that Waldensians always had the Scriptures in their own language from the first century.

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Episode 42 - 501c3 Churches? Church Muzzling. 501c3 Churches to be taxed. Solution? Reading and Analysis. King Wenceslaus.

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We will definitively cover the subject of 501c3 and the trouble that this classification has for God's Churches. What restrictions come with 501c3? Does this hurt or hinder the mission of the Church? And in recent developments even 501c3 churches and organizations may incur a 21% tax for Employee (including Pastor) benefits. What is the solution? What about Tax Exemption? What about the First Amendment? Is there a better way? What should churches do? We will give the answer according to multiple legal sources for Churches. After reading and analysis, we'll cover some short subjects, such as Ziska, and maybe not so good King Wenceslaus.

CBN Report: https://youtu.be/CWQsbcxv8PY

Related Local Report: https://youtu.be/p5HYgMgI8As

https://www.helpinghandoutreach.org/what-is-a-508c1a/

http://www.newvisionministriesonline.org/508c1a-free-church-vs-501c3-state-church/

http://nationalblackroberegiment.com/

hushmoney.org/501c3-facts.htm

https://ijr.com/2018/08/1114019-percentage-americans-first-amendment/

 

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Episode 40 - Genesis 9:20-25. What Was the sin of Ham? Why Was Canaan Cursed? How does this fit into the broader context of Scripture? Reading and Analysis. Jon Huss.

Posted by thebaptistreader in A History of Foreign Baptists

In light of last weeks discussion, we'll further our understanding by using what we've learned to understand Genesis 9:20-25. We'll discover what precisely Ham did, when he committed the sin which caused his son, Canaan to be cursed. Many interpretations have been given, but few settle all the issues. Given what we've learned and information discussed in this episode, we will be able to grasp the full issue as we interact with a Theological Article.

In our Reading and Analysis, we'll continue along in our study of Bohemia and touch on Jon Huss, Jerome of Prague, and the events which led to their martyrdom by the Catholic Church.

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Episode 39 - Leviticus 18, Dr. Dershowitz, Bible Permits Gay Sex? What does the Bible really teach? Reading and Analysis. Baptists did not come out of Reformation.

Posted by thebaptistreader in A History of Foreign Baptists

Recently, there has been an article making numerous rounds on the internet, which makes claims by a "Bible Scholar", Harvard Professor, Dr. Idan Dershowitz, that Leviticus 18 is heavily edited, and that the Bible originally permitted Homosexuality. Is that true? What does the Bible really teach? What is the evidence? We'll examine Leviticus 18 and the rest of Scripture to get at the right view.

After our Reading, we'll discuss the fact that Baptists can't have come out of the Reformation, because they never sought to reform the Catholic Church, since they were never a part of it.

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Episode 38 - Oracles in the Bible? An analysis of various Scripture References, Mysticism in Translations. Reading and Analysis. Egalitarianism and True History.

Posted by thebaptistreader in A History of Foreign Baptists

We'll provide analysis and insight into the use of the term Oracle in the Old Testament. How are we to understand this word found 17 times in the King James (along with others) translation of the Old Testament. What is the actual Hebrew word behind this english phrase? Is Oracle a good word to use? Why don't we see the same word (Oracle) in the New Testament? The final and definitive answers will be enlightening and helpful.

After reading and Analysis, we'll cover Egalitarianism and its erroneous influence on a proper view of history.

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Episode 37 - Oard’s Book “Frozen in Time,” The Ice Age and the Flood. Next - God and Gender in the News again, Episcopalians. Real Patriarchy and the Biblical Perspective.

Posted by thebaptistreader in A History of Foreign Baptists

A slight review of Michael J. Oard's book: Frozen in Time. An excellent book which covers some fascinating bits of information related to the Ice Age which came at the end of the Flood. Some information from the book and its evidentiary topic: Wooly Mammoth's. Next in our introduction, we'll discuss an old topic recently reintroduced to the News as this week the Episcopal Church is apparently reviewing their "Common Book of Prayer" to have more non-Gender specific references to God. We'll discuss this topic (covered previously in Episode 6) with some of the recent quotes found in the Washington Post article. We'll also cover some comments made in an Article by One News Now, entitled: "God is a good, good...mother? Really?"

We'll cover more of the Crusade against the French Albigensians, and carry through to our analysis, where we'll touch on one subject: Perpetuity, not Reformation as the source of true "New Testament" Christianity.

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Episode 36 - Archaeology and its kinds. Means of Interpretation. Crypto-archaeology. History of Civilization. Its beginning and its end. Where must we stand? Reading and Analysis.

Posted by thebaptistreader in A History of Foreign Baptists

In our introduction today, we'll briefly discuss various kinds of archaeology, how facts are interpreted, and how the general means of interpretation causes certain discoveries to misfit. This is due to an overall misunderstanding of human history. The Bible, on the other hand, makes perfect sense of the archaeological details which we find in the world. We'll trance an interesting course of human civilization, from its beginning in Genesis, to its end in Revelation, and where we are called to stand, as Christians.

We'll cover some fascinating portions of history in our reading today and see the pushback of the Catholic Church against the Baptists around the turn of the first millennium into the 13th century.

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