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“I started The Remnant Radio in July of 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.
Now, we have been called many things, but boring is not among them. Remnant Radio produces weekly videos on various theological topics with different guests every week.
One week we may have a Calvinist on discussing eternal security, the next week we may have an Anglican bishop discussing Apostolic succession, and the week after that we might have someone talking about the gift of tongues.
We don’t always agree with the views of our guests and we don’t expect that you will always agree either, but we are brothers in Christ and we agree to humbly approach God’s word so we can better understand it together.” – JOSHUA LEWIS
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The Remnant Blog
Edited by Dawson Jarrell
God’s Guerrilla Marketing in China
After reading the stories coming out of china I questioned my own experience. Why is it so easy for people in China to pray for others? Whereas, here in the West, we don't have people seeking out a christian to pray for healing. In the West, many dismiss the idea,...
Holistic view of the healing as seen in China
Divine healing can also be understood biblically in a holistic sense. Some point to how the Greek word for save means wholeness. Others highlight the full scope of the meta-narrative to support the view. A holistic view affirms that God’s healing power is understood...
Testimonies of Healing in China
In China, the following testimonies are typical of the part healing prayers play in evangelism. Below are several testimonies from Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Healing, Oxford University Press, 2011. Each of these testimonies have been peer reviewed and verified...
Approach to a Theology of Healing in China
Normalizing healing is an aim here at Remnant. By this, we mean normalizing the practice of praying for healing, believing that God will meet His people if we seek, knock, and ask. It means believing God continues to bring His “kingdom in power.” We believe Jesus...