In this episode of the podcast. Bill Giovannetti continues sharing new book, CHAOS:As Goes the Church, So Goes the World. - With this episode Bill continues giving away most of this book, as he shares it with you on the podcast.
In this episode of the podcast. Bill Giovannetti talks about his new book, CHAOS:As Goes the Church, So Goes the World. - With this episode Bill begins giving away most of this book, as he begins to share it with you on the podcast.
...but with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot. (1 Peter 1:19) As Christians, we believe that Christ was the spotless, sinless Lamb of God. As the unique Person -- fully God,
In this episode of the GodStuff podcast, Travis Osborne joins Bill Giovannetti for a conversation about Prophecies of the Messiah. How did the Old Testament Scriptures foreshadow and predict the coming of Christ? How was Christmas promised?
I this episode of God Stuff, Bradley Thomas joins Bill in a discussion of Angels and Demons. Where did they come from? How do they get their wings, really? And how do they impact our lives? Should Christians worry about demonic possession?
This fallen world is a morally broken pain machine. - That is one of the sad lessons of the biblical teaching of the Fall. In this world, Jesus said, we will have troubles. Truer words were never spoken. - There is hope, however. The grace of God,
Christians have been gathering beside lakes and streams, pools and seas, since the very beginning to practice the rite of baptism. In this episode, Bradley Thomas joins Bill to talk about baptism. What does it mean? How should it be done?
The first thing to die in a church, without constant encouragement from leadership, is evangelism. In this episode of God Stuff, Bill is joined by Todd Skinner to discuss why evangelism seems to be at a low point, and how we can move forward.
In today's episode, Bradley Thomas joins Bill Giovannetti to talk through what it sounds like to pray using the Lord's Prayer as a template.
Faith is trust in an authority: for empiricism, the authority is our senses. For rationalism, the authority is our postulates—the logical concepts that get the rational ball rolling. For Christianity, the authority is Jesus and his Word.