Heidelcast 135: Calls About Bears, Corporate Repentance, Revoice, FV, And A Poll (UPDATED)

I am interrupting the series on the doctrine of God again to do the call-in show I have been promising. With this episode, you the listener get to vote on the Heidelblog. You tell me which call you liked best and I will send that listener a copy of Always Reformed: Essays in Honor of W. Robert Godfrey. This book is out of print in hardcopy, though still available as a e-book. It features essays by Sinclair Ferguson, Darryl Hart, Richard Muller, R C Sproul, Mike Horton, yours truly and others. UPDATE: Please leave a comment below and I will tally them next Saturday, January 11, 2020. In this episode we consider a series of questions on bears, Revoice, corporate repentance, why some people convert to Eastern Orthodoxy, the FV, missions, and more.

 

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9 comments

  1. Outstanding. So many good questions and answers. The option to vote isn’t functional in my iOS browsers (or perhaps I’m missing it.) My favorite Q&A was that concerning Hanegraaf because I think it was the perfect application if QIRE.

    • I have to agree with you there Mike. My vote also goes to Hanegraaf. I only have had my first real contact with EO converts recently. It was a helpful conversation to start thinking about what makes people go to Constatinople.

  2. For whatever reason I’m unable to vote in either poll. Denominations would receive my vote though.

  3. I’ve been doing some reading lately on Eastern Orthodoxy, so that was my favorite call.

  4. My vote goes for the Corporate Repentance call. It is an interesting question and I have not heard it spoken of before in this context, thanks for the commentary.

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