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Knowing Faith

The Christian faith is not mindless or irrational. Knowing Faith is a podcast exploring how our faith is founded upon Scripture. We believe the Bible is for everyone and are committed to helping the Church understand where their faith is rooted. Hosted by Jen Wilkin, JT English and Kyle Worley, this podcast dives into Christian story, belief and practice in a way that is accessible to everyone.

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Patreon Q&A

Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley answer questions submitted by patrons of Knowing Faith.Questions Covered in This Episode:In the book of Proverbs, in times where wisdom is personified, is it fair to read that as if Christ himself is speaking or being described since he is the perfect embodiment of the wisdom of God? It seems the most obvious in chapters 1, 8, and 9. Are there any misinterpretations possible in seeing those passages purely as words of Christ?Is some sort of ministry/biblical studies degree important/helpful for leaders in the local church? (Aside from the pastor.)How does the book of Job fit in with the story of Genesis? Does it?What is one intentional thing you have done with your young children where you really felt you saw fruit from it in later years?Can you give some insight on Molinism and how that coincides with or goes against the Reformed position? When I was a kid growing up in a Baptist church, it was always the pastor who baptized people. I have noticed that occasionally the pastors at other churches in our community will allow others to baptize people. I am just curious when that shift came and does the Bible have any specifics on who can baptize?One of the things I appreciate so much about y'all is how unashamedly trinitarian you are and how unashamedly trinitarian you encourage Christians to be. It seems as if part of this is to view every act of God in the Bible as something in which the whole trinity is involved. While one person may be the primary agent, there is still involvement from the other two persons. So, my question along those lines is what was the work of the Holy Spirit at the crucifixion? Romans 8 talks about the Father giving up the son. John 10 and 1 John 3 talks about Jesus laying down his life for the glory of the Father, but there seems to be no mention of what the Spirit was doing or how He was acting in the crucifixion. How then do we see the crucifixion as an act of the entire trinity?Y'all have alluded to the uniqueness of the preaching event on Sunday mornings, specifically as it relates to complementarianism - what exactly do you mean by that? Why do we believe that the worship service & preaching event on Sunday mornings is unique?How do you regard the LXX (in terms of translation accuracy)? Is it essentially equivalent to English translations or should we give it extra weight?Since you are fans of The West Wing, I am curious if you’ve seen Newsroom.Best books (in addition to the Bible) for someone who has been a Christian for years but is new to reformed theology? Do you have any tips for facilitating deeper and more open discussion at Bible study?How do you evaluate the effectiveness of women’s Bible studies and determine when to make changes when the same format has been in place for 20+ years?How do you understand the word/title “Lord/kurios” in NT vs. OT? In the NT, it seems almost always a title applied to Jesus. In the OT (LXX), “Lord/kurios'' is also used in place of “Yahweh”. Should we be making some special connection there? (I.e. connecting Jesus and Yahweh) How should we understand this trinitarianly? Also, any thoughts about “Yahweh” (God’s personal name) being replaced with “Lord/kurios” (a title) in the LXX? (Do you think they were correct that we should not say “Yahweh/YHWH” because it is too holy?)Is it possible to idolize the Bible?I’m curious as to what your take is on what seems to be a movement towards lessening (in some sense) some of the OT miracles of God. The primary example I can point to is within the translation of the Red Sea as a “sea of reeds.” Lately, I feel like this has been presented as yes God did part a body of water, but it wasn’t really the Red Sea as we know, and while a miracle it was something far less impressive. The second example I can think of is the fall of Jericho as simply 6-foot mud walls in a small, vulnerable military outpost. I just finished JT’s book. I would love to hear an example of how JT could see this working in a small church of around 100. I think the conversation on Christophany is interesting. I’m just curious about this: if what appeared to Abraham or Hagar or in the furnace or whatever was a pre-incarnate Jesus, why is it important to call this the Son and not Jesus?What are some good ways to discuss sexual ethics with nonbelievers? A family member recently left the church because they found popular sexual ethics (LGTQ+, trans, and personal “freedom”) to be more just and fair than biblical sexual ethics. They did this without personal lifestyle motivation; they’re in a happy marriage. Quoting Bible verses doesn’t help nonbelievers because they disagree with those verses. What is a good logical way to explain God’s plan for sexuality without simply saying “because God said so”? That doesn’t lead to discussion or convince people because they think it’s arbitrary and judgmental.Helpful Definitions:Molinism: God possesses knowledge not merely of all that is, all that isn’t, but all that could be. This knowledge is called middle knowledge. All the maybes and what-ifs. Luis de Molina proposed this idea as a way of helping reconcile free will and God's sovereignty. God could see every potential world that could possibly exist and subsequently chose to actualize a world in which there was the maximum amount of human free will and the minimum amount of evil as collateral damage. He could do this because he doesn’t just know the world that is, he doesn’t just know the world that isn’t, he knows every possible world that could be and he has chosen to actualize that world. Trinitarianism: God eternally exists as one essence in three distinct persons, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, each of whom is fully God, yet there is One God.LXX or Septuagint: Greek translation of the Old TestamentNatural Law Tradition: A very robust way of talking about human design that does not rely on the evidences of scripture. A way of reasoning that is informed as much by the laws of logic as it is by the witness of scripture. Example: The law of noncontradiction states that something cannot be A and non-A at the very same time. Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Romans Resources“Family Discipleship” by Matt Chandler and Adam Griffin Family Discipleship Podcast: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook“Chosen by God” by R.C. SproulTraining the Church“Written on the Heart: The Case for Natural Law” by J. BudziszewskiAmazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link. Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

40mins

29 Jul 2021

Rank #1

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Introducing The Family Discipleship Podcast with Adam Griffin

Kyle Worley is joined by Adam Griffin to discuss Training the Church's newest podcast, The Family Discipleship Podcast.Questions Covered in This Episode:What is family discipleship?Share a little bit more about areas where you have overlapped with issues of family discipleship?Why should I listen to this guy?How is this podcast going to be different from Knowing Faith?Who is this podcast for? Who would benefit from listening?Who are some of the guests we should expect to hear from on The Family Discipleship Podcast?Who are your co-hosts?How are we going to know when the first episode drops?Helpful Definitions:Family Discipleship: The critically important, mostly ordinary, spiritual leadership of your home.Guest Bio:Adam Griffin is the Lead Pastor of Eastside Community Church in Dallas, Texas. He previously served as a NextGen Minister, a Student Minister, a public high school teacher, a Young Life leader, an itinerant speaker, and an Elder, Spiritual Formation Pastor, and member of the Executive Team at The Village Church. Adam wrote the book Family Discipleship with co-author Matt Chandler. He is married to Chelsea, and they have three sons Oscar, Gus, and Theodore.Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Training the Church“Family Discipleship” by Matt Chandler and Adam Griffin Family Discipleship Podcast: Twitter, Instagram, FacebookAmazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link. Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

21mins

24 Jun 2021

Rank #2

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#115 – I've Got A Question For You

Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley answer listener questions and continue their debate on Christophanies.Questions Covered in This Episode:Lots of questions on Instagram about the Enneagram: How should we approach the Enneagram? Some suggest it’s not a biblical tool.Is it wrong to present Bible stories to Kids in ways that leave open room for misinterpretation solely to make it more palatable? For example, not mentioning the massive loss of life during the flood...What’s happening when Jesus breathes on the disciples in John 20?Should worship leaders include spontaneous worship into a Sunday service? Or is that reserved for personal worship only?Why, in Ps 51:4 does David say "against you only have I sinned," when he clearly has sinned against both Bathsheba and Uriah? How can I make sense of this?What are common decisions and ways churches unknowingly undermine a healthy ecclesiology?Thanks for the show notes! What are some good resources for connecting the family lines, relationships, & blessings/curses from the OT through to the NT? What can help me not miss the references original readers would have understood?Can we get a last exchange on Christophanies and Theophanies?In light of Genesis, take your pick. Sega Genesis or Super Nintendo? On a more serious note. If you were to teach a Bible study through Mark’s Gospel, what are some overarching themes and ideas you would want to emphasize?Best/most accessible books on church history for the lay Christian?One is the #1 book or resource you wish you would have had/used/read early in your ministry (1st year) rather than later?What are helpful responses when participants in church discipleship programs and bible studies consistently don’t do the homework?Can young children of believers partake in the Lord’s Supper along with their parents?What is the difference between God’s presence in Eden/Tabernacle/Temple and his omnipresence?What’s a novel or story outside of scripture that has had an impact on your life or worldview?What is the discipline of God? Is it us living with the consequences of sin or something more?What is the most frequent question each of you receive?Favorite chips and dip?If you could only eat one dessert for the rest of your life, what would it be?What are we studying next year?Helpful Definitions:Ecclesiology: Doctrine of the church.Christophany: An appearance of the Son of God before the incarnation.Special (Redemptive or Blessed) Presence: God directs his blessed presence to particular places at particular times throughout the Old Testament and in the New Testament is demonstrated through the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit. Manifested for the good of his people in unique times, places, and ways.General Presence (Omnipresence): God rules and reigns over all things, everywhere fully present. Includes but is not limited to his blessed presence.Resources Mentioned in This Episode:John 20, 1 Corinthians 14:26-33, Psalm 51:4“The Enneagram goes to Church” by Todd Wilson“The Jesus Storybook Bible” by Sally Lloyd-Jones“The Local Church” Storyline Fellowship Sermon Series“As Far as the Curse is Found” by Michael Williams“Old Testament Theology” by Bruce WaltkeReformation Study Bible“Church History in Plain Language” by Bruce Shelley“The Story of Christianity Volume 1” by Justo Gonzalez “The Story of Christianity Volume 2” by Justo Gonzalez “Pocket History of the Church” by Jeffrey Bingham“Turning Points” by Mark Noll“God of All Things” by Andrew Wilson“Reformed Dogmatics” by Herman Bavinck“Ten Words to Live By” by Jen Wilkin“The Lord of the Rings” by J.R.R. Tolkien“Band of Brothers” series“The Gift of the Magi” by O. HenryMi DiaTorchy'sTraining the ChurchAmazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link.  Holier than Thou is available everywhere books are sold. Learn more at holierthanthoubook.netMinistry Grid is the online tool to develop and disciple your church. You can use their 800+ pre-built training courses or create and customize your own. The possibilities are truly endless. They are offering our podcast listeners $200 off the regular Ministry Grid price. For just $399 a year, you can get unlimited access for your church. Just use go to ministrygrid.com/knowingfaith to learn more about this special offer.Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

56mins

27 May 2021

Rank #3

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#114 – Joseph in Egypt Pt.2

Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley wrap up the story of Genesis and the life of Joseph by discussing chapters 42-50.Questions Covered in This Episode:Genesis recap: How did we get here?In our last episode Joseph gets positioned to be the right hand of Pharaoh in Egypt. How did that happen?What’s been going on with Joseph’s family?Why do Joseph’s brothers go into Egypt?Why does Joseph play games with his brothers? It seems like he is baiting them?Jacob tells his sons that they have bereaved him of his children, what does he mean?What happens with Judah in this story?After Joseph identifies himself, what is the first question he asks? Why?How many people were in the house of Jacob who went into Egypt?Significance of Jacob blessing Ephraim and Manasseh in this way?Where do they bury Jacob?How does Joseph’s story conclude?Where do we find ourselves in the story of scripture when we conclude Genesis?Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis 12:1-3, Genesis 42-50, Isaiah 53:2-5, Genesis 10, Genesis 28:15, Genesis 31:3, Genesis 31:5, Genesis 35:3 Knowing Faith Episode #113 – Joseph in Egypt Pt.1Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link.  Holier than Thou is available everywhere books are sold. Learn more at holierthanthoubook.netMinistry Grid is the online tool to develop and disciple your church. You can use their 800+ pre-built training courses or create and customize your own. The possibilities are truly endless. They are offering our podcast listeners $200 off the regular Ministry Grid price. For just $399 a year, you can get unlimited access for your church. Just use go to ministrygrid.com/knowingfaith to learn more about this special offer.Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

52mins

20 May 2021

Rank #4

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#113 – Joseph in Egypt Pt.1

Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley jump back into the life of Joseph by discussing Genesis 39-41.Questions Covered in This Episode:Why do we have the story of Potiphar entrusting Joseph with things?What is the significance of Potiphar’s wife catching Joseph by his garment (39:12)? Let’s discuss laughter being brought into the story again.“The Lord was with Joseph”...Joseph ends up in jail with who?Do dreams have meaning? Should I keep a dream journal? Should I interpret my own dreams?Is there any typology happening in this story?Because of his interpretive work, Joseph eventually gets brought before the King, Pharaoh, why?What are Pharaoh’s dreams and what are the interpretations?What does Pharaoh do to Joseph after he interpreted his dreams?What is the significance of what is happening in Genesis 41:37-45 & 41:56-57?Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis 39-41“Gleanings in Genesis” by Arthur W. PinkAmazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link. Ministry Grid is the online tool to develop and disciple your church. You can use their 800+ pre-built training courses or create and customize your own. The possibilities are truly endless. They are offering our podcast listeners $200 off the regular Ministry Grid price. For just $399 a year, you can get unlimited access for your church. Just use go to ministrygrid.com/knowingfaith to learn more about this special offer.Dwell's mission is simple: to help you get in the Word and stay in the Word! With several inspiring voices, Bible translations, and original background music, you're going to love listening to Scripture. Visit dwellapp.io/knowingfaith to get 10% off a yearly subscription, or 33% off Dwell for life.Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

28mins

13 May 2021

Rank #5

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#112 – Judah and Tamar

Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley take a look at the story of Judah and Tamar in Genesis 38.Questions Covered in This Episode:Tamar is given to Onan, is this conventional or unconventional?What is Onan doing here?What’s the problem with not having a spouse or children?What is going on here with Judah?How does the text present Tamar?This is a departure from the story of Joseph, why?Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis 38, Genesis 3:15Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link.  In his new book, Brave By Faith, Alistair Begg walks through the book of Daniel to show you how to live confidently for Christ today. You will see that God is powerful and sovereign, and even in the face of circumstances that appear to be prevailing against his people, you may trust him entirely. Learn more here.Ministry Grid is the online tool to develop and disciple your church. You can use their 800+ pre-built training courses or create and customize your own. The possibilities are truly endless. They are offering our podcast listeners $200 off the regular Ministry Grid price. For just $399 a year, you can get unlimited access for your church. Just use go to ministrygrid.com/knowingfaith to learn more about this special offer.Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

27mins

6 May 2021

Rank #6

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#111 – Joseph and the Coat

On this episode Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley continue with the story of Genesis by discussing chapters 34-37.Questions Covered in This Episode:What happens to Dinah?How does Jacob respond?How do her brothers respond?Are you making too big of them referring to him as Jacob?Is there a significance to them using circumcision as part of the agreement?How does Jacob respond to Simeon and Levi’s actions?In Genesis 35 it begins with God telling Jacob to...?What is found in Genesis 35:9-15?What is happening with the renaming of Jacob, again?Should we pay any attention to verse 22?Who gets more attention in the book of Genesis: Abraham, Issac, Jacob, or Joseph?The story of Joseph occupies so much of the attention of Genesis but his story doesn’t resonate through the rest of the Bible story in the way that Abaraham does. Does Joseph come up more in the Bible?Do you think there is significance to the fact that there are two key figures in the Gospels that are named Joseph?We hear that Joseph has a special place in Jacob’s eyes: Why is that?He gets a special coat, a robe of many colors. Tell us about that.Well, Joseph starts dreaming and it doesn’t end well for him. His dream is basically what?How do his brothers respond? What do they do?Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis 34-37, Genesis 12-17, Genesis 32, Genesis 49, Philippians 2Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link.  Dive into Christine Hoover's new Bible study, Seek First the Kingdom: God’s Invitation to Life and Joy in the Book of Matthew. Over 8 weeks, you'll cut through life’s clutter with Jesus’ words in Matthew to reorient yourself solidly around the kingdom and the King who gives life in abundance.Ministry Grid is the online tool to develop and disciple your church. You can use their 800+ pre-built training courses or create and customize your own. The possibilities are truly endless. They are offering our podcast listeners $200 off the regular Ministry Grid price. For just $399 a year, you can get unlimited access for your church. Just use go to ministrygrid.com/knowingfaith to learn more about this special offer. Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

52mins

29 Apr 2021

Rank #7

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#110 – A Brother's Hug with Dr. Ray Ortlund

Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley are joined by Dr. Ray Ortlund to talk about the reconciliation of Jacob and Esau in Genesis 33. Questions Covered in This Episode:Is this for real? After all of what Jacob has done, is this the reaction you expect from Esau? What’s going on here?Who steps up with nobility and virtue? Is this a pattern in the Bible?Is this typical brother behavior?Does anyone else get some strong Joseph in Egypt vibes from this story?Has Jacob’s wrestling with God led him to this moment? Was that the moment of transformation or is this the moment?What is the significance of Jacob saying “Please have my blessing” and “I have enough”?Is this a story of reconciliation and peace?Guest Bio:Dr. Ray Ortlund is a pastor at Immanuel Church in Nashville, the president of Renewal Ministries, the author of many many books, the husband of author Jani Ortlund for 49 years, a father to four, and a grandfather to 15.Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis 33, Deuteronomy 9, Romans 2:4, Luke 15:20, 2 Corinthians 5:18, Ephesians 2:14-15Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link.  Dive into Christine Hoover's new Bible study, Seek First the Kingdom: God’s Invitation to Life and Joy in the Book of Matthew. Over 8 weeks, you'll cut through life’s clutter with Jesus’ words in Matthew to reorient yourself solidly around the kingdom and the King who gives life in abundance.Ministry Grid is the online tool to develop and disciple your church. You can use their 800+ pre-built training courses or create and customize your own. The possibilities are truly endless. They are offering our podcast listeners $200 off the regular Ministry Grid price. For just $399 a year, you can get unlimited access for your church. Just use go to ministrygrid.com/knowingfaith to learn more about this special offer.Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

35mins

22 Apr 2021

Rank #8

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#109 – Wrestling with God

Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley step into the ring to discuss the significance of Jacob wrestling with God in Genesis 32. Questions Covered in This Episode:What have you typically heard as a takeaway from this story?If this is God, is God not stronger than Jacob? (Genesis 32:25)What is the point of this?How does Jacob respond to this moment?Why does God ask Jacob for his name?How does this moment change how Jacob will interact with Esau (and others)?What is the significance of Jacob’s new name?Does this reshape our expectations of being a servant of Yaweh?And how does Jacob respond: “For I have seen God face to face and yet my life has been delivered.” Is this the moment of true belief for Jacob?Helpful Definitions:Israel: He strives with God, or God strivesIssac: He laughsResources Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis 32, Exodus 3:1-6, Philippians 2Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link.  Trevin Wax’s new book Rethink Your Self shines light on the insufficiency of today’s mantras, which are based in expressive individualism, calling us to the counterintuitive and radical life of Christ. Learn more: https://www.bhpublishinggroup.com/rethinkyourself/Ministry Grid is the online tool to develop and disciple your church. You can use their 800+ pre-built training courses or create and customize your own. The possibilities are truly endless. They are offering our podcast listeners $200 off the regular Ministry Grid price. For just $399 a year, you can get unlimited access for your church. Just use go to ministrygrid.com/knowingfaith to learn more about this special offer.Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

28mins

15 Apr 2021

Rank #9

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#108 – Tale of Two Sisters

Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley continue their discussion on the book of Genesis by looking at chapters 27-32. Questions Covered in This Episode:Jacob steals the blessing: Is this just a messy story or is there a hero and a villian?What is the blessing?Why is Jacob’s dream significant?So Jacob gets to Laban’s house to find a wife and he falls in love?Jacob begins to work for Laban and Laban makes him an assurance, what is it?Two daughters: Why are we given the physical descriptions of the daughters?Jacob gets deceived by Laban and he ends up marrying both Leah and Rachel. If this story had played out according to Godley principles, how would it have played out? What should have happened when Jacob woke up next to Leah?But the story gets more complicated: Why?Jacob continues to flourish in Laban’s house. How does Laban respond to this?Jacob leaves and on the way out of town Rachel walks away with something that Laban really wanted back. What is going on here?What is the covenant between Jacob and Laban? Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis 27-32, Matthew 2:16-18, John 1:49-51, Isaiah 12, Genesis 3:16Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith. Sponsors:To learn more about the Southern Seminary PhD mentioned in this podcast, please click this link. Deep Discipleship: There's no question that everyone is being discipled. The question is really, "What is discipling you?" Will you build strong discipleship pathways centered on God's Word, theology, and spiritual disciplines? Learn more: http://deepdiscipleshipbook.com Gospel Focused provides tools to help you organize your day, accomplish your goals and grow in your Faith through their 13-Week LifeJournal Christian planner, and the LifeJournal Christian Planner iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. (Android app currently in production). Text knowing faith to 512-675-1621 for free resources and to learn more about Gospel Focused! Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith

53mins

8 Apr 2021

Rank #10