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This is a question that is partly just curiosity about an anecdote Steve told on a recent episode of the radio program and partly theological. The story, if I understood it correctly, was that the late Charlie Manson had at one point contacted Steve from prison and asked for a meeting. This was just...
Thanks. Maybe put something in the comment field in the bottom left to flag that it is for Steve and not the program? If there’s a credit card option that would be even easier but that may be too much to hope for.
Hey, I’m trying to figure out how to make a donation to Steve Gregg’s personal finances. I’m probably just missing it but all I’m readily seeing on the main Narrow Path page is directions to donate to support the radio program. (There is a reference to separate donations to Steve personally but I’m ...
- Tue Apr 16, 2019 12:01 pm
- Forum: Announcements
- Topic: Finding some of Steve's latest lectures
- Replies: 6
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Hey, does anyone know if Steve’s two-hour segment on secular radio yesterday is or will be posted somewhere? I enjoyed it but was only able to catch a small part.
This is an obvious point, but it just occurred to me for the first time. Is it widely speculated that the eye problems from which Paul may have suffered (e.g., Galations 4:15) could have been a holdover from his temporary blindness on the road to Damascus?
Here's my confession. I just can't seem to figure out a way to get a good enough handle on eschatology to form a view that I feel comfortable with. The problem is that these issues seem so holistic, and to tie together such a large volume of material from disparate parts of the Bible, that I can't s...
- Sat Apr 04, 2015 6:57 pm
- Forum: Calvinism, Arminianism & Open Theism
- Topic: Calvinism is Strange Indeed
- Replies: 78
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I think it's a terrible idea to base your theology on an emotional response to a stressful event. I would say the same thing to the many, many Calvinists who have drawn the precisely opposite emotional lesson from the one you quote above. The fact is that different people have different emotional re...