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Reasonable Faith. Defendable Truth. This podcast is dedicated to all those living in confusion, who are in pain, and who are searching. He who has ears, let him hear. Each week, Greg and Brian will present a study of God's Word or discuss what the Lord has laid on their hearts over the past week.
 
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In Chapter 42, the conclusion of Job's story, he repents of any wrongdoing in his speaking of the Lord, and God restores Job by giving him more than he ever had before his trials began. Greg & Brian discuss how we can learn from "the patience of Job" -- even today, thousands of years later -- when we are tested or made to suffer. Music Credits: "Su…
 
In Chapter 36 of Job, Elihu continues speaking, addressing the attributes of God -- including His Might, Righteousness, Majesty, and justice. Music Credits: "Loving Memory", "Horns of Plenty", "Spies of Jericho", "Groovin' Flute", "Love Lullaby", "Explore and Climb", "Trumpet in Zion", & "Moon Patrol" by Rob Reed Used under license #1009 http://www…
 
Christ teaches us to love one another, but -- even within the church -- that doesn't always happen. Why do we seem to attack our fellow believers with such haste, and what can we do to approach a Christlike attitude of forgiveness? Music Credits: "Crossing the Jordan" by Rob Reed Used under license #1009 http://www.makerofmusic.com "How Great Thou …
 
Elihu continues to address Job and his friends by discussing the justice of God. Greg & Brian explore what we can learn from this passage regarding judgment, authority, and even lessons on how to witness to others today. Music Credits: "Deep Sea Voyage" & "Biting the Apple" by Rob Reed Used under license #1009 http://www.makerofmusic.com…
 
Continuing his final defense, in Chapter 30 Job compares his present condition to his state before hardship struck. Greg & Brian discuss what we can learn from Job about worshiping and praising God, overcoming the tactics of Satan, and remaining faithful - even during trials and "valleys." Music Credits: "Beauty in Slow Motion" & "Horizon Hill" by …
 
What if you were all alone... just you in a boat on a lake in near complete silence with nothing but the wind, water, and crickets to which to listen? "On the Lake" is about getting alone and getting real with God and talking about whatever crosses your heart and mind. This week, Greg & Brian spend time thanking God for His perfect Love and how He …
 
As believers in Christ, we are called to love one another -- but also those that continue in sin. The degree to which you obey this commandment will determine what kind of Christian you will be. This week, Greg & Brian discuss the "second greatest commandment" as well as the traps we can fall into as believers. Music Credits: "Nighttime Canoe", "Ha…
 
Greg & Brian discuss a "hot-button" topic: tolerance -- how does Christianity's definition of this subject compare to the world's? Finally, as we conclude our series on Christianity's true message, the guys answer the question: Is it a message of hatred, or a recognition of the sacred? Music Credits: "Sarah Surprise" & "Joyful Orbit" by Rob Reed Us…
 
Now that we've seen how Christ addressed Sin, how are we to treat it? What are the right and wrong ways to react to Sin? As this week's discussion continues, Greg & Brian also tackle the first of several "hot-button" topics: homosexuality and what Scripture says about it. Music Credits: "Things Unseen" by Rob Reed Used under license #461 http://www…
 
The guys continue their discussion of times that Christ addressed sin directly as part of our continued examination of Christianity's true role in the world. Music Credits: "Rockets Red Glare" & "Sunbeam Surf" by Rob Reed Used under license #459 & 460 http://www.makerofmusic.com
 
This week, Greg & Brian begin a new series examining whether the world's view of Christianity -- that it is a religion filled with hatred and bigotry -- is correct, or whether it acknowledges and pursues the sacred. In this first installment, they tackle the difficult subject of Sin. Music Credits: "Crackle and Pop Plus", "Fierce Competition", "Coa…
 
Summer's here, and Still Ripples is back! This week, we look at a short argument made by Job's friend, Bildad, as he continues to ridicule Job, then Job's response. Music Credits: "Streets of Heaven", "Groovin' Slowlike", & "Same Old Story" by Rob Reed Used under license #444-446 (inclusive) http://www.makerofmusic.com…
 
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