On today’s episode of Polemics Report (October 15, 2019), JD begins by discussing people throwing a fit over conservative pastors endorsing a heretic, Paul White’s book. Then, JD answers questions in regard to Jonathan Cahn, the Song of Songs, Chris Rosebrough, Jim Bakker, and Reformed Facebook groups.
Then, JD plays a clip from Todd Bentley but soon gets distracted when a new post at The Gospel Coalition from Joe Carter got his attention. Suddenly – out of nowhere – TGC is a polemics blog! However, JD points out that their attacks on Paula White are done for political reasons, not theological.
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