We are honored to present this broadcast of Redemption Radio with scholar and professor Dr. Michael Kruger from Reformed Theological Seminary. Dr. Kruger has written one of the finest books of our time on the Canon of Scripture answering questions like: How do we know this is the Word of God? How did we get these particular books? Do we have a justification for believing that these are in fact God's books? Did Christians create the Bible or did the Word of God create the Church? This show is straight-up awesome! Share it with your friends and family and be sure to pick up a copy of Dr. Kruger's incredible book (Canon Revisited)!
How did we get our Bibles w/ Dr. Michael Kruger
December 8, 2012 • Jeff Durbin
Is God sovereign over salvation? (Part 2)
December 7, 2012 • Jeff Durbin
This is part II of our broadcast responding to Ed Young Jr.'s rant against reformed Christians/Theology. It is our hope that these broadcasts will bring clarity and light to these types of critiques of Calvinism. Listen in on this broadcast of Redemption Radio where we respond to Ed Young Jr.'s rant against reformed theology. Are reformed Christians really not reaching anybody? Do reformed Christians prey on the non-reformed?
Is Jesus the One He claimed to be? (Part 2)
November 1, 2012 • Jeff Durbin
Have you ever struggled with answering questions about how we actually know- with certainty!- that Jesus is in fact the One He claimed to be? Are you wanting to grow deeper in your understanding of how we can explain the facts surrounding our claim that Jesus is the Messiah? Do you want to be able to provide an apologetic to a person that is asking you how you know Jesus is the One that was promised? On this episode of Redemption Radio, Jeff Durbin walks our listeners through an easy-to-remember study that he created (and is putting in book form) to help explain the certainty we have in our trust in Jesus as Messiah. This study is part of a message that Jeff gives monthly at Calvary and has given across the nation. God has used this discussion to bring many of His people to Himself. Share this with your friends and family!