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The Hell Freezes Over Podcast
53 minutes | Sep 15, 2020
Live Q&A with our listeners (recording from 9/14)
Josh and David answer questions from our listeners.
45 minutes | Sep 9, 2020
Mental Health, Demon Possession, and the Bible
This episode David and Josh talk about the Scriptural reasoning why we can distinguish between mental illness and demon possession, as well as understanding the way God would have us approach those suffering from either. For some additional reading see: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/essay/demon-possession/
2 minutes | Aug 20, 2020
You asked and we heard you. We are going back to our original release schedule of Mondays @ 5pm Central. Join us this Monday for a discussion of Demon Possession and Mental Illness. Thanks!
38 minutes | Aug 13, 2020
Answering the New Gnosticism
David and Josh talk about assembly in the time of COVID-19 and their resolution for churches. You can find this resolution to read and sign at: https://forms.gle/2z2iiAxEdZur6GKP9
25 minutes | Jul 30, 2020
Practical Tips for Dealing with Anxiety
On this episode Josh Krebs talks about 7 practical strategies he uses with clients at his counseling practice to relieve stress and reduce anxiety.
42 minutes | Jul 23, 2020
True Truth and the Christian Part III
David and I continue our discussion on truth and talk about the importance of epistemology and ontology in our daily lives.
19 minutes | Jul 16, 2020
True Truth and the Christian Part II
David and Josh continue their conversation about Truth, truth, and the Christian life.
22 minutes | Jul 9, 2020
True Truth and the Christian
We often times talk about truth, but we don't talk enough about how we get it. In this episode David and Josh start a discussion on what truth is and how we find it.
1 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
Josh discusses a change in the programming schedule moving new episode release from Mondays to Thursday. Also, he announces a new series called True Truth and the Christian.
38 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
Self-Love and the Christian
David and Josh sit down and talk about how we view self-love in the modern context, is it against the teachings of Scripture, and what do we believe about loving ourselves.
40 minutes | Jun 15, 2020
Church and Civil Authority Part II
Josh and David conclude their discussion on how the church ought to relate to civil authority and how we as individual believers apply that.
26 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Church and Civil Authority
David and Josh talk about how the church ought to relate to civil authority and how individual Christians ought to relate to civil authority. Music by Ben Wright.
20 minutes | Jun 3, 2020
Race and Justice Mini Talk
David and Josh read the statement below and discuss briefly issues presented to believers by the death of George Floyd. Hi everyone! In light of recent events, and because our podcast is all about living out our theology in our lives, we felt not commenting on the current crisis could appear both ignorant and detached from reality. We have been disheartened by the dehumanization and disregard of God’s image in man, but also by false confessions and pretend piety. In extremely volatile situations like the current protests, it is tremendously easy to slip into an us versus them mentality – which us and them largely depends on your cultural background. An Us versus Them mentality is completely antithetical to the Gospel. As Christians, we are called to love everyone and pray for our enemies, seeing our enemies as sinners just like us in need of the transformation only made possible by the power of God through Jesus’ shed blood on the cross. We are called to reject all divisions - as we are all one in Christ Jesus. As Christians, we are called to radical love of the other and to be God’s ambassadors to the world. We are sent on a mission to draw people into discipleship and the worship of God. We have no enemies, for our struggle is not against flesh and blood. As Christians, we are called in particular to love the alien and the stranger, but also to love authentically. Authentic love does not involve false contrition and lies. Nor does authentic love bear with sin but rather calls all to repentance – without favoritism. In the murder of George Floyd, the appropriate Christian response ought to be sorrow. Any murder is tragic and is a violation of the image of God in man, but murder by the government which is ordained by God to protect us has an added layer of sorrow. It is completely inappropriate for us as Christians to look for extenuating circumstances to excuse police brutality. However, this does not give anyone justification to hate the police officers in question who perpetrated the injustice. In fact, Jesus taught hate puts us in danger of hell. We put our spiritual health at great risk by hating wrongdoers. We are called to love them and pray for them. This love does not embrace their wrong but rejects it yet also yearns for repentance, healing, and ultimately, restoration. Nor does this countenance or excuse other injustices. Peaceful protest is certainly welcomed – even necessary, to stop and bring attention to these societal evils. However, violent actions – assault, destruction of property, and so on are completely against the spirit of the Gospel as well. These actions should be rejected as well. The perpetrators should be brought to justice and punished but they ought not be objectified – they are not the ultimate enemy. We are called to love them too, for the sake of the Gospel. We as Christians must be the citizens of the heavenly kingdom – God’s ambassadors, calling all people to repentance and the love given to us in Christ Jesus, regardless of their sins, gender, politics, skin color, or any other distinguishing characteristics. God bless!
24 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
Fear and Anger Part II
Josh and David conclude their discussion on the biblical response to fear and anger. Music by Ben Wright.
4 minutes | May 27, 2020
Mental Health Awareness Month Mini Talk
A very brief chat about mental health and counseling by Josh Krebs, LPC.
22 minutes | May 25, 2020
Fear and Anger
Josh and David engage in an off-the-cuff discussion of fear and anger and a biblical response to it. Special thank to Ben Wright for our awesome new music!
43 minutes | May 18, 2020
Church and Online Community Part II
David and Josh continue discussing how the church can interact with online community tools in a healthy way.
26 minutes | May 11, 2020
Church and Online Community
In this episode we start a discussion on the Church and online community. Over this episode and the next will talk about theological and practical concerns related to the move of churches to utilizes online communities during COVID-19 and positives and negatives for the future of the church.
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