In this week's Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue to discuss dualism. In this episode, we find there is an external and an internal form of dualism. The subject of locations across the planet considered to be holy places by one sect or another came up and there was a gospel answer to that. Listen to find out more.
In this week's Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett answer a listener's question about spirits and the dead. The conversation moves on to an interesting demonstration of dualism with heaven and hell doctrine and then the doctrine of what is called a "holy war."
In this week's Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take their time to address an email sent to Mike and the Gospel Revolution. The anonymous emailer believes the gospel Mike Williams and the Gospel Revolution proclaim is "anti-Christ" and also says that the Apostle Paul was anti-Christ. Mike and Beres don't hold back in their responses to the emailer's claims.
In this week's Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss the origins of the word heresy and found it simply means someone who chooses to think a certain way. In that respect, all proponents of the gospel are heretics. We also get a bit of a history lesson on the early Catholic church and orthodoxy.
The title of this week's Powercast is probably confusing to most of you. That's because is Greek to you and Greek to us too! Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss the term "Antinomianism", which was coined a few hundred years ago to condemn Christian sects who didn't observe certain Biblical laws. Antinomian means "against law," which we are not. The Gospel Revolution respects the law of the scriptures and its place in history. There is, however, a difference. We do not "fragment" the law as Jesus said he also would not do. Jesus said he came to fulfill it and we spread the good news that he did. This Powercast is a defining moment in the separation of the gospel from the myriad of creeds in the quasi Christian world from fundamentalism to universalism. You also don't want to miss what we heard this week from Steve Davis in California and Bill Couch in Tennessee.
Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett are back in this week's Powercast. Mike and Beres covered some current stories in the news. We also got to hear from Steve Davis in California, Paul Viggers in England and Danny Rogers in Canada. Their inquiries ranged from God's provision to the heart, soul, spirit and mind, to dealing with a medical condition.
In this week's special Powercast you get a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the making of "ONE - The Gospel According to Mike." This recording was used for chapter content in the book. Mike explains what the New Creation is and is not in regards to conventional Christian doctrine.
In this week's Gospel Revolution, Mike Williams returns in full health and vigor with Beres Bartlett. We got to hear from so many people who give their own testimonials of the reality of the gospel message in their own hearts and minds. We heard from Jodi Leis in Ontario, Canada, Vic' d'Obrenan in Alberta, Canada, Steve Davis in California, Adrianne Billing in Alberta, Canada as well as another friend who returned to the Gospel Revolution and all proving that you cannot un-ring the truth of the gospel once that bell has rung in your hearing.
Due to Mike being ill this week with some sort of stomach virus, this week's Powercast is a special episode taken from a teaching series Mike presented some years ago. This episode is the last of three sessions from the series "The Faith of God." In it, Mike discusses Paul's exclusive claims about the faith of God and the faith of Christ and takes a popularly known statement from Paul and puts it back into the powerful context Paul wrote it in.
This week's Gospel Revolution Powercast is a unique show. Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss the origins of the Gospel Revolution Powercast, how subject matter is discussed in the recording of the show, how that is then edited and produced and the final proofing of each show before actually being published or "going to air." Many behind-the-scenes dynamics are revealed in the thinking and processes of the ministry team.
In this week's Gospel Revolution Powercast, Mike Williams along with Beres Bartlett discuss inquiries from Gospel Revolutionaries as well as several current events bringing aspects of modern Christianity into the spotlight of the media. Discussing recent events, the subject of self-righteousness becomes apparent in the conversation, leading Mike to spin a popular verse from the New Testament into an eye-opening statement. Commenting on the events, Mike says, "He who is forgiven much, judges much," which he was referring to the self-righteousness on display in those events. We are very happy to have also heard from Connie Nelson and Vic d'Obrenan in Alberta, Canada, Mike Matsie in California, Adrianne Billing in Alberta as well, and Steve Snyder in Florida.
In this week's Gospel Revolution Powercast, Mike Williams discuss a famously quoted verse in contemporary Christianity upon which innumerable books have been written and sermons have been preached, BUT is actually MISQUOTED. Listen to Mike and Beres read the verse in its original context and see why context is important.
In this week's Gospel Revolution Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett talk about what they choose to talk about or not talk about with other people, in public or even on the Powercast. Mike attributes his choice on what he does and does not say to his thoughts being currency and he only spends them where he's assured a good return. He also points out that the freedom of conscience and of thought is even greater than freedom of speech.
In this week's Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss a number of topics and questions from Gospel Revolutionaries like Vic d'Obrenan in Alberta, Paul Viggers in England, Danny Rogers in British Columbia and Daniel Rouse and Pat Salonen in Michigan. They also discuss the term "Antinomianism", used by Martin Luther, which means to be against law.
This is a special Gospel Revolution Powercast. Beres Bartlett interviews Alexa Myers about her experience after years of her family's involvement with Bill Gothard. Gothard founded an organisation called the Institute of Basic Life Principles, an authoritarian, patriarchal and cultish group that imposes rigid submission to their authority.
This week's Powercast is a special presentation of one of the many recordings that was used in the making of Mike's book "ONE - The Gospel According to Mike". Enjoy a sneak peek at part of the behind-the-scenes processes that went into the development of the book.
In this week's Powercast, Beres Bartlett and Mike Williams discuss some recent events in the Christian world as well as some past events all relating to actions and deeds to demonstrate an external display of righteousness and what happens when they are questioned. We also got to hear from Paul Viggers in England.
In this week's Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett talk about the highlights of our 2015 Gospel Revolution Summer Conference in Calgary, AB - Canada. While those recordings are in the process of editing and mastering, you get a sneak peak into the series that was produced at the conference.
In this week's Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett tackle questions from our listers. One of the issues addressed was the current propaganda about blood moons being signs of the end of the world. We get to hear from Mike Kolb in Colorado, James Gustafson in Canada and Bernie Rouse in Michigan.