Repentance – Hour 2

In the second hour of the program on repentance, Rev. Tom Baker answers listener questions.

Guest: Rev. Tom Baker
Original Air Date: June 22, 2003

Repentance – Hour 1

Interview with Rev. Tom Baker on repentance. What is repentance? Whose work is it? What is its relationship to salvation? All these questions are discussed in this segment.

Guest: Rev. Tom Baker
Original Air Date: June 22, 2003

Don’t Cut Off Body Parts!

Worldview Everlasting Greek Tuesday takes on the difficult Mark 9:38-50 in only 5 min by talking about the 2nd most important thing in the Bible: context!

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Bill Nye the Assertions Guy

Yeah, something’s wrong with my mic, but Worldview Everlasting still takes on some rather extreme conversational illogic, and, (sigh) yes, that little problem of “evolutionary theory.” And since assertions and arrogance is all it really takes to win an argument, and since there is no such thing as truth but only opinion, then we all win! Right?

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If Mr. T Can

Worldview Everlasting takes on Mark chapterĀ 9:14-29. Plus Mr T’s very brief singing career.

Hippy Beegee Gandhi Jesus (and Friends)

Worldview Everlasting takes on a question about the “welcoming” version of Jesus, which means talking about postmodernism (and other things,) not to mention packs a punch with light sabre wielding kittehs, glossalaliaing glossalaliars, and a whole troop of fans wishing happy birthday to ….not you. :D But the Gospel is for you! Woot!

Ephphatha! (Which means “Watermelon!”)

Worldview Everlasting takes on MarkĀ 7:31–37

Simultaneously Ninja and Cucumber

Worldview Everlasting AskdaPastor2.0 takes on a question about struggling with forgiveness and inability to love others, not to mention shows you the inconceivable way to cut vegetables ever invented.