Heidelcast For Nov 12, 2023: Sin, Salvation, & Service: The Threefold Truth Of Romans (42)

In this episode Dr Clark looks at Romans 12:3–8 and considers how grace makes us gracious. He answers a question from Kevin about those Dispensationalists who agree with the Reformed on Matthew 24 and being “left behind.” He answers a text from Kaleb, who asks what, according to the Amillennial view, has to happen before Christ returns. He interacts with a comment by J. P. on why Dr Clark is skeptical that Romans 11 promises a future ingathering of Jews. The opening features Chris Gordon of the Escondido United Reformed Church.

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  1. Thanks for addressing this once again, I replied to your rebuttal on last week’s podcast. Your arguments strengthen my belief in a re-ingrafting of ethnic Israel rather than convince me that I am incorrect. This has nothing to do with the country of Israel, though I am in full support of that as well. I have enjoyed our back and forth.


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