Michael L. Brown is a very popular Charismatic apologist who often defends Biblical truth on national television. Does Dr. Brown however see and call out the abuses of the Charismatic movement? What does he believe about Benny Hinn and Hillsong? Does he demonstrate the discernment expected of a Christian leader? How does he react to Christian preachers who warn about the Charismatic movement? Is the alter call Biblical and what are the potential dangers of the practice? These and other related issues are discussed on this week’s show.
“For every one that useth milk is unskilful in the word of righteousness: for he is a babe. But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.”
“The fact that Brown has a kind of fan base among Reformed Baptists troubles me, but it doesn’t sway my opinion of him. To exempt him from normal levels of doctrinal scrutiny or show him extreme deference just because he is a useful ally in the culture war is not wise.”
Megiddo Radio | Old Covenant Vs New Covenant: Answering James White and Credobaptist Arguments (Part 2)
What are the differences and similarities between the old and new covenants? Are they one in substance or are they different? How do they help us to understand scripture? How does it potentially shape our view of infant baptism? What do Reformed Baptists, Presbyterians and Congregationalists believe in regards to this issue? Paul in this episode also concludes his critique of James White’s recent Baptism debate with Gregg Strawbridge.