Is the Bible true? Is all of it true, or just some of it? Is the Bible actually the word of God, or of man? Is the Bible something we should pay attention to? Is it even worthy of our submission and obedience? Whether or not the Bible is true is at the heart of every question of biblical belief. In this episode, Kevin makes the case for the truth and perfection of the Bible—though maybe not in the way you might expect.
As a Jewish Messiah-follower, Kevin explores his two main reasons why he calls the Master “Yeshua,” rather than “Jesus.” This episode traces the Messiah’s name through Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English (visually illustrated in the video version), then explains the importance of preserving its meaning—and the impact it can have—both for believers in general, and specifically on Messianic Jewish identity.
In a post-truth, post-reality world, what’s the use in reading the Bible anymore—much less trying to have a correct understanding of God’s word? Do today’s sincere, Bible-believing followers of Yeshua (Jesus) really want to know what the Bible actually says? Kevin asks these difficult questions—and deals with their difficult answers—in this inaugural episode of the Biblically Correct Podcast.
If you’ve ever been exposed to any kind of Bible teaching, you’ve probably heard it said that the devil comes to steal, kill and destroy. But is that really what the Bible says? Join Kevin as he explains, in this pilot episode of the Biblically Correct Podcast.