Episode 997 Show Notes
From the Show
We should be zealous for the things of the Lord, but don’t let that zeal turn into bitterness and resentment. One of the problems I see, is that when people engage their political opponents, their goal is to make them out to be as crazy as possible in order to dehumanize them. We don’t want our hearts to be jaded and view people as our enemies that need to be destroyed as opposed to people that need to be loved.
Questions in this Episode
- in 1 Peter 3, what does it mean when Peter talks about proclaiming the gospel to “imprisoned spirits”?
- Where does the idea of purgatory come from?
- What does it look like to love political opponents who I don’t trust?
- Where in the Bible can I show my Catholic friends that only God answers our prayers?
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