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Wisdom Wednesday

Is there an age of accountability?

Dr. Ligon Duncan • May 6, 2020 • Dr. Ligon Duncan

Dr. Ligon Duncan addresses whether or not there is an age when children become accountable to the Lord and explains how we should understand God's promises to covenant children.

Was Moses really the author of the Pentateuch?

William Wood • April 29, 2020 • Mr. William Wood

Mr. William Wood shows the proof that Moses wrote the majority of the first five books of the Bible.

How do I find joy in suffering?

Dr. Peter Lee • April 22, 2020 • Dr. Peter Lee

Dr. Peter Lee explains how suffering in this world can help us to have the joy of knowing Jesus more fully.

Why is the health and wealth gospel unbiblical?

Dr. Richard Belcher • April 15, 2020 • Dr. Richard P. Belcher

In teaching the biblical interpretation of Proverbs, Dr. Belcher explains why the health and wealth gospel uses Scripture out of context.

What are some misconceptions about Reformed Theology?

Dr. Scott Redd • April 8, 2020 • Dr. Scott Redd

Dr. Scott Redd looks at misunderstandings regarding Reformed Theology centered around what it teaches about God, humanity, and interpreting the Bible.

How can a Christian deal with loss?

Mrs. Nancy Guthrie • April 1, 2020 • Mrs. Nancy Guthrie

In this rerun of a previous Wisdom Wednesday episode, guest speaker Nancy Guthrie shares how faith can give us perspective when we experience grief and loss.

What are some misunderstandings about justification?

Dr. Guy Waters • March 25, 2020 • Dr. Guy Waters

Dr. Guy Waters addresses two misconceptions regarding the Christian’s role in the doctrine of justification.

How should a Christian respond to a global health crisis?

Dr. Michael Kruger • March 18, 2020 • Dr. Michael J. Kruger

In the midst of trial and uncertainty, Dr. Michael Kruger reminds us of the peace and hope that is ours in Christ.

How should Christians engage with the culture?

Dr. James Anderson • March 11, 2020 • Dr. James Anderson

Dr. James Anderson shares a biblical perspective of culture to help us understand how we can engage with the world around us.

Is the Old Testament applicable to the Christian Life?

Dr. Mark Futato • March 4, 2020 • Dr. Mark Futato

Dr. Mark Futato explains how the Old Testament continues to give encouragement and hope to believers.

What is Reformed Theology?

Dr. Kevin DeYoung • February 26, 2020 • Dr. Kevin DeYoung

Dr. Kevin DeYoung describes how Reformed Theology informs our view of God's sovereignty, mercy, and ultimately, the gospel.

How can I have longevity in my ministry?

Pastor Andrew Brunson • February 19, 2020 • Pastor Andrew Brunson

Pastor Andrew Brunson spent two years in a Turkish prison. As a guest speaker for Wisdom Wednesday, he shares what he's learned about intimacy with God and how it sustains us in vocational ministry.​​

How do I pray without ceasing?

Dr. Ligon Duncan • February 12, 2020 • Dr. Ligon Duncan

In the first episode of Wisdom Wednesday's ninth season, Dr. Ligon Duncan shares practical tips to help Christians in their prayer life.

What is a Reformed Deist?

Dr. Ligon Duncan • November 27, 2019 • Dr. Ligon Duncan

In the last episode of Season 8, Dr. Ligon Duncan reminds Christians of the danger of believing the truth about God but not allowing those truths to impact daily life. Wisdom Wednesday will resume in the spring.

Must I forgive someone who doesn't ask for forgiveness?

November 20, 2019 • Dr. Guy Richard

Dr. Guy Richard shares about the importance of reconciliation and the danger of holding on to bitterness and anger.

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