Following THIS post on a rather contraversial theological statement made recently, Dr. Christopher Peppler (a.k.a. Dad) gives a summary with some extra details followed by a question and answer session with me (a.k.a. daughter/admin/non-theologian). I do hope you enjoy it and take up the challenge with me at the end of this podcast.
Unfortunately, it’s not only atheists, secular agnostics and so on who denigrate the Bible, it’s also several well-meaning ‘Christians’. Listen to Dr Christopher Peppler explore this topic in the latest TruthTalks summary and question and answer session. If you would like to read the original article, click HERE, or
We are living in a world where many regard truth as a quaint concept with little practical relevance. Yet, despite this, or perhaps because of this, people choose to become dogmatically committed to ideas that have little relationship to fact, logic, or divine revelation. However, in this TruthTalk (a follow-up to last weeks
To be dependent on the Holy Spirit is firstly, to enable us to live Jesus-manifesting lives in terms of our witness, values, priorities and general life-styles (Fruit of the Spirit) and secondly, to enable us to minister to others, in the power of the Holy Spirit (Gifts of the Spirit). Our dependence on The
Dr. Christopher Peppler (a.k.a. Dad) explores the topic of prayer in audio. The first half of this recording is explanations, along with some further explorations, on the topic of prayer, and the second half is me (Karen Peppler) quizzing my dad on the subject. I do hope I ask some of
Ai-sh, can it be true? Yes, yes it can! Maybe even in our lifetime! Last week we posted a sobering article on Artificial Intelligence and how it could impact us on many different levels. If you missed that post don’t worry, you will get a summary of sorts at the beginning of
Chaos reigned in parliament before the South African president’s latest state of the nation address. The Chief Whip of the opposition rose to state why his party could not remain to listen to the president, but the ruling party benches drowned him out with a loud and angry chorus of “racist”. Is this an
Another year has started! A time of considering and praying about what lies ahead – plans, priorities, budgets. But as Christians we don’t just think and plan, we seek God’s counsel and approval (don’t we)… but how do we expect Him to respond? Psalm 25 gives some importance guidance in ‘hearing God’’. It’s a big