The Core Wisdom of the Bible – the ongoing series

Jack Crabtree has recently begun live streaming a series for Reformation Fellowship in Eugene, Oregon entitled “The Core Wisdom of the Bible.” You can gain access to each and every new talk in this series (typically updated weekly), along with any accompanying handouts, by going to the Reformation Fellowship website.

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From that website you can click the link to the current recorded live stream, to previous recorded live streams, and/or to the handouts that accompany Jack’s teaching.

The Core Wisdom of the Bible – Talk #1

Jack Crabtree has recently begun live streaming a series for Reformation Fellowship in Eugene, Oregon entitled “The Core Wisdom of the Bible.” In this series, Jack will examine what the Bible means by wisdom and will explore the content of the wisdom that is conveyed by the Bible. He will explore the content of biblical wisdom by examining several specific passages that, in his judgment, capture the core of what the Bible teaches.

You can gain access to a recording of the live stream of Talk #1 and/or the accompanying handout, by going to the Reformation Fellowship website.

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From that website you can click the link to the recorded live stream and/or to the handout that accompanies Jack’s teaching.

Dr. JAC’s Philosophy Shop-Q#18

Question #18: Is the Qanon phenomenon Satanically-inspired?

My response to the question (Q#17) regarding how a believer could possibly vote for Trump in the upcoming election inspired a question of concern about the Qanon phenomenon. In this session I discuss my perspective on Q and the Qanon phenemonon in modern culture.

CLICK HERE for a discussion of what I think of Q.

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For those of you who are still waiting for me to get to your question, thank you for your continuing patience. My time remains limited due to circumstances beyond my control.

Dr. JAC’s Philosophy Shop-Q#17

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Question #17: Can a genuine Jesus-believer vote for Donald Trump?

My responses to Questions #12 and #13 left little doubt that I would be voting for Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election here in the U.S. That prompted a question that was emailed to me: Given the serious moral flaws of Donald Trump—flaws that disqualify him from serving as president—how can you—as a believer in Jesus—possibly vote for the man?

CLICK HERE for a discussion of why I believe a vote for Donald Trump is the most appropriate choice for an American follower of Jesus.

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Dr. JAC’s Philosophy Shop-Q#16

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Question #16: Is it legitimate to pray for the salvation of an unbeliever?

In the last audio file I responded to a question about the doctrine of universalism. I argued that, in the biblical perspective and teaching, not every human being will be saved. Only the few whom God has chosen will be saved. Related to that, in this session, I respond to a question about whether prayer is playing any legitimate role when a believer prays that an unbeliever might be saved.

CLICK HERE for my thoughts about whether it is legitimate to pray for the salvation of an unbeliever.

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Question #15: How do you, as a student of the Bible, assess the doctrine of universal salvation? 

In this audio file I respond to a question regarding the doctrine of universalism, or universal salvation.  The doctrine of universalism is the belief that every human being will ultimately be saved. No human being will be subjected to punishment and destruction. While I do not believe that the Bible teaches this doctrine, it deserves more than a cursory rejection.

CLICK HERE for my response to whether I think every human being will ultimately be saved.

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What is Dr. JAC’s Philosophy Shop? CLICK HERE