What do the Scriptures Say?

What do the Scriptures Say?

In this week’s episode, Mike and Don begin with – “what’s in a name?!” – followed by a walk down memory lane resulting from a wonderful email sent by Darin Bell.  Then Shawn Smith with questions, questions!  What about using the term, “gospel”?  Wayne Leis asks about LIFE

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Predestination and Faith

Predestination and Faith

This week’s Powercast recording unfortunately did not go off without a hitch. HOWEVER, we have something very special for you instead. This week’s Powercast is one of the seven recordings from Mike’s seminar this Spring in Calgary on Predestination. This particular session was on the subject of the role of faith in predestination and specifically whose faith plays that role. To

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A Present Reality Based on a Past Fact

A Present Reality Based on a Past Fact

In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett respond to some great emails from Sherri Antone, Vic d’Obrenan, Shean Smith and Doug Salonen.  Later in the show, Mike and Beres are joined by Barry Laney of Cullman, Alabama to hear about his time sharing the gospel in the Philippines.

The Grace Imposter Addresses Part 26: Personal Faith is a Damning Gospel

The Grace Imposter Addresses Part 26: Personal Faith is a Damning Gospel

In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue on in Jim Richards’ manifesto letter against Mike Williams and the gospel.  In this episode, Jim says in his letter that without our personal faith, there is no power in the cross. Listen to the many responses Mike has to Jim’s gospel-damning statement. We also got to hear from Vic d’Obrennan in Calgary

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The Rich Man and Lazarus

The Rich Man and Lazarus

What do we do with the story of the Rich Man and Lazarus? Is it proof of a literal Lake of Fire? Is it a parable? Is it to be taken literally? Allegorically? In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett dig deep into the mailbag and answer John Cowper’s question about this divisive parable, and what it meant to the first century Jewish mind. We also heard from Jeff Burman

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