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“I started The Remnant Radio in July 2017. I wanted to produce a theology broadcast that was entertaining, relevant and inspiring. I tried to imagine something that would educate believers in biblical theology and a Christian worldview while not boring anyone to sleep.
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The Remnant Blog
Edited by Dawson Jarrell
In his book ‘Gospel and Spirit’, Gordon D. Fee strings together a “Drop the Mic” level diatribe on the New Testament believers' experience of the Holy Spirit in comparison to Today. “I think it is fair to note that if there is one thing that differentiates the early...
“Spirit of prophecy” in Second Temple Literature is thought by many scholars to be in the background knowledge of New Testament pneumology. In the intertestamental literature the term “Spirit of prophecy” became a title for the Holy Spirit describing how Jews...
Be Prophetic like Haggai? Haggai is for the unsure and first timers. What do I mean? I mean Haggai has something to say to someone first beginning to walk in their prophetic gift. So let's look at what encouragement he has to give us. Not Our Model The Old Testament...
I think most people find selfishness in other people to be hot...... How many of you just thought to yourself, “What is he talking about?” Likely everyone, because selfishness is a turn off. (Please allow me one Dad joke every so often). I think a less odd way of...