This Pastor out of Rome, Ga. preaches for 50 minutes-50 minutes about baptism! Even though they originally wanted to let him say what he wanted to say without interruption, Prs. Bruss and Kerns simply cannot do it. There’s just too much to correct.
On this episode, Pr. Kerns and Pr. Ockree listen to the most worn out analogy of all time-the wedding ring. It’s used over and over again to explain Holy Baptism. Take a listen and see what you think.
Something is very odd at the Revolution Church in Crossville, TN. Pr. Kerns and Pr. Ockree listen to a sermon delivered there on the subject of Holy Baptism. Listen for yourself and see if it’s, “Amen” or, “O my.”
Why is baptism holy? Because God is the One doing the baptizing. Listen in on Pr. Kerns and Pr. Ockree of Calvary Lutheran in Topeka, KS as they comment and discuss a sermon delivered by Tim Hughes of Grace Point Church of Topeka.
Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns have not recorded this yet, but when they do, it will go right here.
Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns are at it again, this time going over the sedes doctrinae (Ln. seat of doctrine) for the Lord’s Supper in Luke 22:15-20. Pr. Bruss even sings one of his favorite hymns.
Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns don’t waste any time listening to the sacramentarians. They get straight to the text of Scripture without either one getting a migraine.
Dr. Michael S. Heiser’s argument breaks down in this episode. Based on what Heiser is arguing against, Pr. Bruss breaks down too.
Dr. Michael S. Heiser lays out his argument for being a sacramentarian by denying John 6 has anything to do with the Lord’s Supper. Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns agree with him on this, but he’s building his argument.
This sermon was delivered by sacramentarian Tim Blevins. As you can tell towards the end, Tim’s background is Pentecostal Holiness. He doesn’t start speaking in tongues, but you know he wants to. Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns analyze what he teaches about the Lord’s Supper.