Today we conclude our series on “The Power of Repentance”. Where did the idea originate that we need to repent to be born again? How do we argue against that when it’s so prevalent?
In today’s broadcast, Bob and Shawn encourage us in how to talk to people about the importance of repentance in the Christian life.
Bob and Shawn discuss the evangelistic book of the Bible–the Gospel of John. What does the lack of the word repentance in that book mean for explaining to someone how to be born again?
In today’s broadcast, Bob and Shawn discuss repentance in Luke 15:7, 10. Was the lost sheep a believer or an unbeliever?
Continuing our series “The Power of Repentance” based on Bob Wilkin’s book Turn and Live, Bob and Shawn discuss what Peter meant in 2 Pet 3:9. It may be a concept you’ve never heard before.
We continue our series on “The Power of Repentance” by taking a look at 1 Thessalonians 1:9. Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar have been defending the view that repentance is not a co-condition of being born again as some teach. Today’s discussion centers around the actual turning from sin that defines what repentance is.
Today’s broadcast focuses on 2 Cor 7:9-10. Bob and Shawn discuss the type of salvation that repentance brings–not salvation from hell.
In today’s broadcast, Bob and Shawn discuss another verse that has led to confusion: Acts 11:18.
Peter’s powerful sermon in Acts 2 has led to some confusion, with verse 38 raising the question of how baptism relates to salvation. What does the context tell us about repentance, baptism and receiving the Holy Spirit?
Luke 24:47 tells us of the importance of repentance in the Christian life. Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar discuss how the purpose of repentance is for discipleship, not salvation.