Heidelcast For June 9, 2024: “Feathers And All:” The Scriptures Are Enough (17)

In this episode Dr Clark continues in the book of 1 Corinthians, discussing chapter 12. Dr Clark shows us that Paul is writing to unite the body in Corinth because divisions were forming in the congregation due to spiritual immaturity and those divisions were being capitalized on by the hyper-apostles. The opening audio is Mihai Corcea featured in the Kids Talk Church History podcast.

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2 comments

  1. You can’t talk about Christian nationalism without talking about Texas billionaire Tim Dunn and Russ Vought (Wheaton grad) of Center for Renewing American. Russ Vought might end up as Trump’s chief of staff.

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