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Ask Dr Mike
45 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Should Christians be Conspiracy Theorists?
Ask Dr Mike is a monthly show co-hosted by Dr Mike Spaulding and Jeff Dornik where questions submitted by listeners are asked live on the air. Here are the questions answered during this episode: I’ve seen The Gospel Coalition and other orgs say that Christians shouldn’t promote conspiracy theories, specifically with this 2020 election. Is it wrong for Christians to get into conspiracy theories? If the church isn’t the building we meet in, what’s wrong with obeying the government orders and gathering together in smaller groups or outside? Does the Bible command wives to obey their husbands? Or is there a different understanding of submission? To submit your questions for next month’s episode, please email email@example.com.
75 minutes | Oct 22, 2020
Voting Democrat, The Age of the Earth & Jesus the Healer
Subscribe to Ask Dr Mike on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-dr-mike/id1509168177Matthew 9:27 - Blind men call out to Jesus specifically as "Son of David"Matthew 12:22-23 - Jesus healed sick and drove out demons to which the people asked, "Could this be the Son of David?"Matthew 15:22 - A Canaanite woman (not even a Jew) referred to Jesus as "Son of David" when she asked him to heal her daughter's demon possessionMatthew 20:30 - Two blind men shouted to Jesus as "Son of David" specifically for Him to have mercy on them in healingMatthew 21:14-15 - After Jesus healed the blind and lame, the crowds proclaimed Jesus to be "Son of David"I see glimpses of the Son of David, stump of Jesus and the Branch all through the OT, but I'm not catching the "vibe" that the 1st century Jews would have seen this King as a healer. What am I missing? The stump of Jesse is presented as One who will judge with righteousness and justice. He will have an eternal kingdom.Isaiah 4, 7, 9, 11, 40, 49, 52, 53, 61Psalm 2, 9, 22Jeremiah 23, 33Daniel 2, 7, 9Zechariah 6I do see in Isaiah 35 that God will bring healing, but it doesn't mention anything about the Anointed King.Isaiah 42:7? Did they associate the Servant with the King? What's the link?I'm just trying to get the clear connection that Matthew is making about the Son of David. It's easy for me in today's world to equivocate The Servant, the Messiah, the Rock, Jesus, the Christ, the Son of Man, The Son of God, the Son of David, The Word... but I'm sure it is because of good theological teaching. But I just don't see the connection for the 1st century Jews to the Son of David being a healer.If you would like us to ask your Bible question during next month's episode of Ask Dr Mike, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.Consider supporting The GateKeepers by becoming a Plugged In member, which will get you access to the recording of the Destroy Social Justice Conference featuring speakers such as Pastor Greg Locke, Mychal Massie, Dr Mike Spaulding, Pastor Ken Peters and all of your favorite GK podcasters. You'll also get the recordings from our monthly episode of Connected, a weekly devotional and 30% off of everything in The GK Store. For more information or to join, please visit http://gatekeepersonline.com/pluggedin.★ Support this podcast ★
64 minutes | Sep 18, 2020
Covid-19 & Eschatology, the Doctrine of Separation and Criticizing Pastors
Subscribe to Ask Dr Mike on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-dr-mike/id1509168177The first question asked was how COVID-19 plays into eschatology. This has become a common question, as we are seeing a big push by the Globalists and Marxists to implement things that sure seem to point to Revelation. So the question is: Is what we are seeing prophesied in Revelation or are these simply the Birth Pangs?The next question is related to the Doctrine of Separation. This is definitely a complicated issue, as it takes nuance and discernment to make that decision on a case-by-case basis. There's not really a blanket answer, which makes this question even more important to answer. Dr Mike helps you to understand where the line should and shouldn't be.The final question that was asked was about criticizing pastors and whether this is something that we should be participating in. Often times those that critique pastors are labeled as divisive. The charge is also made that they should use the steps found in Matthew 18 BEFORE publicly critiquing their teachings. Dr Mike explains how we should deal with this controversial issue.Consider supporting The GateKeepers by becoming a Plugged In member, which will get you access to the recording of the Destroy Social Justice Conference featuring speakers such as Pastor Greg Locke, Mychal Massie, Dr Mike Spaulding, Pastor Ken Peters and all of your favorite GK podcasters. You'll also get the recordings from our monthly episode of Connected, a weekly devotional and 30% off of everything in The GK Store. For more information or to join, please visit http://gatekeepersonline.com/pluggedin.★ Support this podcast ★
47 minutes | Aug 12, 2020
Should churches take PPP loans?
Subscribe to Ask Dr Mike on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-dr-mike/id1509168177In this episode, two primary questions were answered: - Who are the other sheep in John 10:16-17? - Is it biblically ethical to take PPP Loans from the government during this COVID-19 pandemic?To close out the show, there's a BIG announcement that you won't want to miss!Consider supporting The GateKeepers by becoming a member of our Plugged In membership program, which will give you exclusive access to the recording of the Destroy Social Justice Conference, our weekly devotional, 30% off in The GK Store and more. Join our annual membership for a FREE copy of Social Injustice. For more information and to join, please visit http://gatekeepersonline.com/pluggedin★ Support this podcast ★
54 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
Are the Charismatic Gifts for Today?
Subscribe to Ask Dr Mike on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-dr-mike/id1509168177 Ask Dr Mike is a monthly show where YOU submit your questions for Dr Mike Spaulding, and host Jeff Dornik will ask them live on air! The questions today are:Since prophecy is to be 100% accurate (see Deut 18:20-22; 13:1-5; Jer 28:15-17; 29:30-32), if someone gives a false "prophecy", shouldnt that disqualify them as a "prophet". If you reference "do not despise prophetic utterances" (1Ths 5:20-21), "prophetic utterences" can refer to spoken revelation from God (Act 11:27, 28; 1Tim 1:18; 4:14) BUT it MOST OFTEN refers to the written Word of Scripture (Mat 13:14; 2Pet 1:19-21; Rev 1:3; 22:7, 10, 18, 19). The instruction is NOT to despise the truth of Gods Word and when it is preached or read it should be received seriosuly.The first appearance of the gift of languages (Acts 2:6-13) in the Bible is clearly the ability to speak or understand languages they have never learned previously. It seems very natural to understand the gift of "tongues" throughout the NT as this same supernatural to speak and understand languages not previously learned. So, why believe that the "gift of languages" is a "private prayer language"?Do you believe there are still Apostles today? If you do, how would you explain that no one today could meet the requirement for Apostles listed in Acts 1:21-22?Email your Bible questions for next month's episode of Ask Dr Mike to email@example.com.★ Support this podcast ★
63 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Black Lives Matter, Calvinism & Speaking in Tongues
TOPICSShould Christians take a stand against racism by participating in the black lives matter protests?When the Bible talks about predestination and election, does that mean that some are predestined for heaven and some for hell?Are the tongues spoken about in the New Testament a known language or is it a prayer language? I've heard some pastors claim that the plural "tongues" in 1 Corinthians 14 is referring to legitimate speaking languages, while the singular "tongue" is referring to something that pagan worshippers participated in.For more shows from The GK Podcast Network, please visit http://gatekeepersonline.com★ Support this podcast ★
71 minutes | May 20, 2020
Is Lordship Salvation a False Gospel?
If you would like your questions asked during next month's episode, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll have them answered during the next show.The questions that Dr Mike answered in this episode are:- Is Lordship Salvation a false Gospel?- What is Free Grace?- Do Muslims worship the same God as Christians?- How do I know if I am truly saved?- Can a Christian vote Democrat?For more information on The GK Podcast Network and the rest of our shows, please visit gatekeepersonline.com.★ Support this podcast ★
76 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
Eschatology, Evangelism & COVID-19
Ask Dr Mike is a new monthly show exclusively on The GK Podcast Network where you can email your questions to email@example.com and Jeff Dornik will ask Dr Mike Spaulding YOUR questions live on air. Here's a list of the questions that we asked Dr Mike in this episode:What are your arguments for pre-trib vs mid-trib according to Scripture?What is your favorite verse and why?What are your top witnessing tips?What is your favorite book outside of the Bible?In Revelation 7, the tribe of Joseph is mentioned, even though there’s no actual tribe of Joseph. Where does this tribe come from?Today we are seeing the government shutting down church because of having large gatherings to protect people from coronavirus. Is this a Romans 13 issue where we are to submit?In regards to the COVID-19 issue, do you believe that pastors should be holding church and do you feel like that is endangering the congregation if services are held in person?Get Plugged In with our annual membership and receive a FREE copy of our new book Social Injustice. Visit http://gatekeepersonline.com/pluggedin to join today! For more episodes of Ask Dr Mike & other podcasts hosted on The GK Podcast Network, please visit http://gatekeepersonline.com. Thank you for listening, and please take the time to subscribe to this podcast so that you are notified when new episodes are posted.★ Support this podcast ★
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