Q&A Wisdom Episode

Q&A Wisdom Episode

This week Coleen and Angela answer listener questions. Some of the topics covered are: quiet times, reading teachers that have serious theological error, enneagram and others. 

A note regarding this episode: One of the listener questions involved was regarding a teacher we are not familiar with. Our answer was not regarding that specific teacher but rather teachers in general that promote serious theological errors. 

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Q&A: Eat the meat and spit out the bones?, Matthew 18 and exposing false teachers, addressing the truth in love, confronting family members of sin, private revelations

Q&A: Eat the meat and spit out the bones?, Matthew 18 and exposing false teachers, addressing the truth in love, confronting family members of sin, private revelations

This week Coleen and Angela answer listener questions. Should we confront public teachers before exposing their false doctrine? Why shouldn’t we eat the meat and spit out the bones with heretical teachers? How do you handle the tension of loving and engaging in critical conversations with brothers and sisters you believe to be in error, doctrinally (secondary / tertiary)? Can a women lead a church group, congregation, family (when husband is there) in prayer, does this give her spiritual authority? Are there exceptions to God giving private revelations today?

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Episode Resources:

Bluestocking Baptists

Reformation Stories – Hannah Oliver

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