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Episode 11: A 180 on Abortion with guests Tony Miano and Ray Comfort

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

What makes someone go pro-choice to pro-life within a minute? I sit down with Ray Comfort and Tony Miano in this edition of Rightly Divided to discuss the new documentary which is taking the internet by storm: 180 Movie.


Episode 10: Christians and the Internet with guest Tim Challies

Monday, October 10, 2011

The web can be an interesting place to say the least. There are many great things about it: edifying blogs and videos, staying in touch with friends, the ability to communicate at will, etc. But there are also many deterimental things about it that Christians should safeguard themselves from.

In this episode of Rightly Divided, I sit down with Tim Challies of to discuss the topic of "Christians and the Internet."

(Note: The original topic was limited to the blogosphere, but the more we spoke the more I realized that wouldn't cover all the topics we discussed in this video.)

Here are Tim's books:
1. The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment

2. Sexual Detox: A Guide for Guys Who Are Sick of Porn

3. The Next Story: Life and Faith after the Digital Explosion


Episode 9: Open Air Evangelism and the Local Church with guest Tony Miano

Friday, April 15, 2011

(*Note: Ironically, this show on Open Air Evangelism was shot in the open air so the sound quality does suffer sometimes. Hopefully it doesn't take away from the overall presentation of the the truths found in this video.)

Is open air preaching supposed to be a nomadic tribe of people disassociated from everything or is it supposed to be done under the guidance of a local church? Can open air evangelism produce people who become a law unto themselves? Is everyone required to open air preach?

The lawman, Tony Miano, joins me on this episode of Rightly Divided to discuss this and more.


Episode 8: Justification with guest Shai Linne

Monday, April 11, 2011

Why does someone need justification? What exactly is justification? Why is it important to preach Jesus Christ and not moralism? How does justification affect one's marriage? How does it affect racism?

Shai Linne joins me on this edition of Rightly Divided to discuss these topics and more.

For those who aren't familiar with Shai, check out this clip of him below.


Episode 7: The Gospel Driven Trilogy with guest Dr. Micheal Horton

Sunday, March 27, 2011

What exactly is "Christless Christianity?" What is the difference between an indicative and an imperative, and how does confusing the two affect our beliefs? What is the Missional Movement? Are there any pros and/or cons with it? Is the right question, "What Would Jesus Do? (WWJD?)" or is it "What Has Jesus Done?" What exactly is The Great Commission, and how are we as Christians to understand our role in it?

Dr. Michael Horton of the White Horse Inn joins me to discuss these topics and more in episode seven of Rightly Divided.

Where to get the books:
Christless Christianity:
The Gospel Driven Life:
The Gospel Commission:

Rightly Divided's Blogspot:


Episode 6: Legalism and Worldliness with guest Phil Johnson

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

What is legalism? We hear the term often in the church, but many have a sub-biblical view of what exactly it is. What about the actual weaker brother vs. the potential weaker brother? You can't really have a discussion on legalism without addressing the topic of worldliness as well. In this episode of Rightly Divided guest Phil Johnson sits down with me to discuss both.

Phil's Blog:


Episode 5: "What is Amyraldianism?" with guest TurretinFan

This is one of the early "audio only" versions of Rightly Divided hence the pops and cracks. The later editions have video and are cleaner.

What is Amyraldianism? Surprisingly, there are many today who hold to it, even those who claim to be Reformed/Calvinists. There are a few variations of it including the "Unlimited Limited Atonement" view endorsed by some. TurretinFan of the well known blog and contributor to James White's answers the question, "What is Amyraldianism and why is it an issue that needs to be discussed?"

Here are several links for further study:


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