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  • Old in the New, pt. 1: Peter at Pentecost
    Old in the New By Ron and John On July 5, 2024

    Old in the New, pt. 1: Peter at Pentecost

    John and Ron open their new series, Old in the New, with a study of Peter’s sermon at Pentecost in Acts 2. How did Peter rely on his Bible, the Old Testament, to interpret what they had seen up to that [...]

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  • Faith and Reason, Pt. 5: Modern Conundrums
    Faith and Reason By Ron and John On June 7, 2024

    Faith and Reason, Pt. 5: Modern Conundrums

    John and Ron conclude their series on Faith and Reason with this episode. In a wide ranging discussion, they cover everything from Galileo’s discoveries to modern biblical criticism.

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