The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast

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The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast is a monthly podcast that brings you sound biblical teaching that does not compromise the scriptures but demonstrates its purpose in your life and reinforces your faith in God's Word. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you relevant and insightful guest interviews and the uncompromising study of many complex and misunderstood biblical topics, characters, places, and events. Together, we'll unearth those often-overlooked scriptural treasures that will bless you and open up your understanding of God's word. Your show hosts and Bible teachers Alexander Ortiz and Christian Lopez, bring great passion and humor to the show, where the topic and conversation is always the Bible. The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast is produced by Core-Truth Media Network, available at http://coretruthmedia.org (CoreTruthMedia.org). read less
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God's Greatest Testimony
Feb 4 2024
God's Greatest Testimony
In this episode, we delve into the undeniable identity of Jesus and the source of His power as He fulfills the redemptive mission given to Him by His heavenly Father. Despite the overwhelming evidence, some still choose not to believe in Him and reject the work that God accomplished through His Son. Join us as we explore God's testimony about His Son through three irrefutable witnesses, leaving unbelievers without a valid defense for rejecting God's chosen Messiah.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:John 10 (22-42) - I AND THE FATHER ARE ONEMalachi 3 (1) - THE MESSENGER AND THE LORDLuke 16 (19-31) - THE RICH MAN AND LAZARUSJohn 20 (30-31)Hebrews 1 (3)Matthew 6 (1-4)John 11 (47-48)Matthew 17 (1-13)Luke 3 (21-22)John 12 (27-30) - THE SON OF MAN MUST BE LIFTED UPMark 3 (22-30)Matthew 12 (22-34)Deuteronomy 19 (14-21) - STATUTES ABOUT BOUNDARIES AND WITNESSESDeuteronomy 17 (6)Luke 20 (1-8) - THE AUTHORITY OF JESUS CHALLENGEDJohn 8 (12-30) - I AM THE LIGHT OF THE WORLDJohn 3 (22-36) - JOHN THE BAPTIST’S LAST WITNESSJohn 3 (28)Luke 1 (15-17)John 1 (19-20) - A VOICE IN THE WILDERNESSLuke 1 (67-80) - ZECHARIAH’S PROPHECYJohn 1 (15)John 5 - Core-Teaching for this episode.Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps...
Repentance
Jan 7 2024
Repentance
In this episode, we explore the significance of repentance in the Gospel message and its transformative power in your life. Gain a deeper understanding of biblical repentance and its role in salvation. Discover how to equip yourself with the complete message of the Gospel and develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. Listen now and explore the profound impact of this teaching on your spiritual journey, and learn how to share it with others effectively.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Acts 2 (38)Acts 17 (30)Psalm 51 - CREATE IN ME A CLEAN HEART, O GOD2 Samuel (11) - DAVID AND BATHSHEBAEphesians 2 (8)Romans 2 (4-5)2 Peter 3 (9)Sinclair B. Ferguson quote: Repentance is a characteristic of the whole life, not the...2 Corinthians 7 (10)Isaiah 402 Corinthians 7 (10)Matthew 27 (1-10)Luke 24 (45-47)Acts 26 (12-20) - PAUL TELLS OF HIS CONVERSIONActs 3 (18-19)Mark 1 (15)Matthew 3 (1-12) - THE PREACHING OF JOHN THE BAPTISTEzekiel 18 (30-32)2 Chronicles 7 (13-14)Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our
Understanding the New Covenant Part 2: Redemption Beyond the Limitations of the Law
Dec 3 2023
Understanding the New Covenant Part 2: Redemption Beyond the Limitations of the Law
Join us again as we delve into the unwavering faith of the Old Testament saints and discover how God's plan for redemption goes beyond the limitations of the law, rituals, and sacraments. Experience the enduring presence of God's mercy, righteousness, and glory as we conclude this enlightening two-part teaching. You will gain a deeper understanding of Scripture and a renewed perspective on the profound significance of the new covenant.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Jeremiah 31 (31-34)Hebrews 9 (11-28) - THE NEW COVENANTJohn 3 - YOU MUST BE BORN AGAINLuke 24 (25)1 Peter 1 (3-5)Romans 3 (24-25)Acts 7 (37-38)Exodus 34 (29-35) - THE SHINING FACE OF MOSESExodus 33 (12-23) - MOSES AND THE GLORY OF YAHWEH2 Corinthians 3 - MINISTERS OF A NEW COVENANTConsider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our Core-Truth Media Network page and explore the diverse range of podcasts and high-quality content we provide to those seeking to deepen their understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith.Core-Truth Media is a registered subsidiary of Core-Truth Ministries and is organized and operated exclusively for religious purposes as a 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania Non-Profit...
Understanding the New Covenant Part 1: Exploring Old Testament Roots
Nov 5 2023
Understanding the New Covenant Part 1: Exploring Old Testament Roots
In this episode, we delve into the significance of the new covenant, as mentioned by Jesus during the Last Supper. Building upon the teachings of the Apostle Paul to the church in Corinth, we explore the purpose of the Old Testament law and its connection to the gospel. Gain fresh insights into God's promises and plans for His people as we uncover the transformative power of Christ's redemptive work on the cross. Join us for this enlightening two-part teaching that will deepen your understanding of Scripture and provide a renewed perspective on the significance of the new covenant.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Luke 18 (10-14) - The Pharisee and the Tax CollectorWhy Should I Read the Bible? - Bible Apologetics - A DAILY DEVOTIONAL - Blog article by Curt BlattmanDid the Old Testament Saints possess the Holy Spirit? — Core-Truth Ministries - Core-Truth.org blog article by Alexander OrtizLuke 22 (20)Romans 2 (25-29)John 5 (39-40)Romans 9 (31)Romans 7 (7-12)Genesis 6 (5-8)Galatians 3 (19)1 Peter 1 (10)Galatians 3:24Galatians 3:19Galatians 3 (10-14)Hebrews 11 - Heroes of the Faith2 Corinthians 3 - MINISTERS OF A NEW COVENANTConsider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our
Guarding Against Sin and Growing in Christ
Oct 1 2023
Guarding Against Sin and Growing in Christ
In this episode, we explore essential biblical principles that can help safeguard your life against sin and foster spiritual growth in your relationship with the Savior. Join us as we delve into topics such as guarding your life in Christ, deepening your understanding of Scripture, cultivating holiness and righteousness, and nurturing your love for the Savior. We provide practical advice on applying these principles to your daily life, offering valuable insights on defending against sin and growing in Christ. Don't miss this enlightening discussion on fortifying your spiritual journey and embracing a life of faith.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Proverbs 30 (7-9)2 Corinthians 3:18Ephesians 4 (17-24)1 Peter 2 (2)Matthew 3 (8)Mark 4 (1-8)Luke 6 (43-45)Colossians 1 (23)1 Timothy 4 (16)1 John 2 (3-4)John 14 (23-24)Psalm 51Acts 8 (25-40) - AN ETHIOPIAN RECEIVES CHRISTLuke 24 (13-35) - THE ROAD TO EMMAUSJoshua 1 (8)1 Corinthians 1 (21)Romans 1 (18-20)Psalm 19Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our Core-Truth Media...
Living a Relentlessly Biblical™ Life with Uncompromising Faith
Sep 3 2023
Living a Relentlessly Biblical™ Life with Uncompromising Faith
In this episode, you will learn how to live by God's Word without compromise, understand the transformative power of Scriptures, and how you can help others understand them. Join us and discover what it means to be Relentlessly Biblical™.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Romans 8 (29) - Be conformed to the image of His SonMatthew 5-72 Timothy 3 (16)Romans 1Proverbs 31 - A MOTHER’S ORACLE - A WOMAN WHO FEARS YAHWEHEphesians 5 (1-21) - BE IMITATORS OF GOD1 Corinthians 13 (4-7) - THE EXCELLENCE OF LOVEExodus 20 - THE COMMANDMENTS OF YAHWEHLuke 4 (16-21) - JESUS REJECTED AT NAZARETHMatthew 28 (16-20) - THE GREAT COMMISSIONJohn 21 - JESUS APPEARS AT THE SEA OF GALILEEHebrews 4 (12)John 5 (39-40)Luke 24 (13-35)Genesis - An Interview with Dr. Terry Mortenson (Answers In Genesis)1 John 1 (5-10)Mark 12 (18-27)Episode 14 - How Does God Speak to Us? An Interview with Jim OsmanCore-Truth Ministries - (Committment to Biblical Principles) - The most important reality in this world is truth…What Does It Mean To Be Relentlessly Biblical? - Bible Apologetics - A DAILY DEVOTIONAL by Curt BlattmanConsider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use
The Goodness of God
Aug 6 2023
The Goodness of God
When individuals think of God, they associate goodness with Him. However, what exactly does this goodness encompass? Exploring the concept of goodness in relation to God can be a complex and thought-provoking journey. However, it can also be enlightening and inspiring. In this episode, we delve into the caring nature of God and how it can help guide us toward a life of faith and righteousness.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:I was that Lost Sheep! (Ava Rosario) - Testimony from the Evidence of Truth PodcastRomans 1 (21-25)Answers magazine article by Tim Challies - How can you believe in a God who would condemn people to suffer the torments of hell eternally?Romans 1 (20)Ephesians 2 (4)Psalm 103 (13)Ezekiel 36 (24-28)Luke 15 - Parables that demonstrate God’s love for usRomans 5 (6-10)Deuteronomy 7 (7-8)John 3 (16)1 John 4 (8)2 Timothy 2 (13)1 Thessalonians 5 (24)Hebrews 6 (16 -20)Titus 1 (2)1 Samuel 15 (29)John 17 (3)Isaiah 44 (6-20) - THE FUTILITY OF IDOLATRYRomans 6 (23)Acts 10 (34)Psalm 19 (7-9) - THE LAW OF YAHWEH IS PERFECTExodus 34 (6-9)Exodus 33 (12-23)Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to...
Marriage and the Gospel
Jul 2 2023
Marriage and the Gospel
In the Gospel of John, Jesus comforts his disciples by promising to prepare a place for them in his Father's house. To understand the significance of this promise and its connection to the gospel message, it is important to examine the Jewish marriage customs of biblical times. Throughout the Bible, God uses this analogy to explain his relationship with his followers and the significance of his sacrifice. This episode aims to change your perspective on marriage and the gospel message forever.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:The Book of Hosea - Hosea and GomerEzekiel Chapter 16 - JERUSALEM PLAYS THE HARLOTRomans 5 (8)Matthew 25 (1-13)John 6 (44)2 Timothy 2 (13)James 4 (4)2 Corinthians (2-3)Revelation 20 (11-15)Revelation 19 (7-9)Colossians 3 (1-4)1 Thessalonians 4 (16-17)1 Corinthians 11 (25)John 20 (17)John 6 (61-62)1 Corinthians 6 (19-20)Hebrews 13 (12)Hebrews 10 (10)1 Corinthians 6 (11)1 Corinthians 1 (2)Ephesians 5 (25-27)1 Corinthians 6 (19-20)1 Corinthians 11 (25)Ephesians 5 (22-23)John 3 (29)John 14 (1-3)Dr. Renald Showers (1935-2019) - Former Chairman of the Pastoral Studies Dept. Philadelphia College of...
How Does God Speak to Us? An Interview with Jim Osman
Jun 4 2023
How Does God Speak to Us? An Interview with Jim Osman
Do you believe that God communicates with us outside of the Scriptures? With so many Christians claiming to have received personal messages, nudgings, leadings, and whispers from God, it can be challenging to reconcile these claims with the Bible. How can we distinguish between fact and fiction and confidently address these claims with our loved ones? When many in the pulpit and throughout the evangelical church assert that "you must listen for the voice of God," where can Christians turn for answers?In this episode, we will explore the topic of hearing from God and whether or not He speaks outside of the Scriptures. Our guest, Pastor, and Author Jim Osman, will help us navigate this compelling topic and answer these difficult questions. Join us as we examine whether God communicates truth and expresses His will to us without using the Bible, using the Word of God as our guide.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Paperback - God Doesn't Whisper by Jim OsmanKindle version - God Doesn't Whisper by Jim Osman Our Guest Bio: Jim OsmanJim was born in May 1972 and graduated from Sandpoint High in 1990. He came to know Christ at Cocolalla Lake Bible Camp in the summer of 1987. Kootenai Community Church has always been his home church, attending Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, and Youth Group. After graduating from High School, he attended Millar College of the Bible in Pambrun, Saskatchewan. At Bible College Jim met his wife-to-be, Diedre, who was also enrolled as a student. Jim graduated with a three-year diploma in April 1993 and married Diedre in August of that year. He returned to Millar for further education in September 1994 and graduated the Fourth Year Internship with a B.A. in Strategic Ministries in April 1995. He was inducted into the Honor Society of the Association of Canadian Bible Colleges and appointed a member of Pi Alpha Mu. Jim and Diedre returned to Sandpoint where Jim worked in construction until asked to take over the preaching at Kootenai Community Church in December of 1996. Where to find Jim Osman: Jim's Website | @jimcosman2 on Twitter | Jim on YouTube Hey there!...
What Salvation is Not!
May 7 2023
What Salvation is Not!
Salvation is not self-punishment, fasting, pain infliction, or meditation. It is not living a good life - Loving others, acts of service, charity, or abstinence from sin. Salvation is not denying sin, claiming to be saved, or pretending to be. Salvation is a gift from God that cannot be earned by good deeds or simply being a good person. In this episode, we will call upon various texts in the Bible and open up your understanding of true biblical faith and the assurance God is granting you of his eternal presence in heaven instead of just hoping to make it on your own.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Acts 8 (25-40) - AN ETHIOPIAN RECEIVES CHRISTRomans 4 (16)Peter 1 (3-5)Matthew 22 (1-14) - PARABLE OF THE WEDDING FEASTMatthew 25 (1-13) - PARABLE OF TEN VIRGINSJohn 14 (6)James 2 (17-18)John 15 (1-11) - I AM THE TRUE VINEMatthew 12 (30-32) - BLASPHEMY AGAINST THE HOLY SPIRITHebrews 6 (1-8) - WARNING AGAINST FALLING AWAYIsaiah 53 - THE SUFFERING SERVANTActs 8 (4-24) - PHILIP PREACHES IN SAMARIAActs 8 (1-3) - SAUL PERSECUTES THE CHURCHLuke 14 (33)Ephesians 2 (8)Romans 3 (9)Matthew 10 (22)Matthew 7 (21)Matthew 19 (16-26) - THE RICH YOUNG RULERConsider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use
Joy in the Midst of Suffering
Apr 2 2023
Joy in the Midst of Suffering
In the life of a believer, joy can be challenging in the midst of suffering. As a born-again believer, you aren’t only granted, by God’s grace, to believe in His Son Jesus Christ but also to suffer for His sake. As Christians, God calls us to follow Christ regardless of the circumstances. This episode explores a pastor’s heart for the church of Jesus Christ and how you can endure suffering with humility, love, and a focus on the gospel of Jesus Christ. You will be encouraged and rise above your challenging circumstances, making this episode a great listen for anyone seeking inspiration during difficult times.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:The Pilgrim’s Progress - Book by John BunyanJames 1 (2)Acts 4 (32-38)1 Peter 2 (2)Colossians 1 (10-11)Romans 16 (5)Philippians 4 (16-17)Colossians 1 (10-11)Hebrews 9 (27)Hebrews 12 (2)Acts 9 (14-15)Galatians 2 (20)Ephesians 4 (15-16)Philippians 2 (25-30) - Epaphroditus “E” was sent to support Paul.Philippians 2 (1-13)Philippians 1Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our Core-Truth Media Network page and explore the diverse range of podcasts and high-quality content we provide to those seeking to deepen their...
Grace for the Humble
Mar 5 2023
Grace for the Humble
Sin wages war against the members of our bodies. Often it is the source of quarrels and conflicts in many of our lives. It impairs our judgment and motives and causes us to desire what God does not will for our lives as we seek the things that do not endure and draws us further from God. The scriptures speak purposefully and declare that friendship with the world is hostility toward God. As we each face our struggles, balancing strong emotional attachments with the world and those deep and intimate longings for the things of God do not come naturally. In this episode, we look to the scriptures and teach you how God’s grace is sufficient to prepare you to receive the grace that saves our lives and transforms our motives toward desiring God.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Matthew 23 (12)1 John 5 (19)Proverbs 11 (2)Proverbs 22 (4)Luke 22 (24-27)Matthew 5 (1-12) - THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT; THE BEATITUDESGenesis 32 (9-12)James 4 (1-17)Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our Core-Truth Media Network page and explore the diverse range of podcasts and high-quality content we provide to those seeking to deepen their understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith.Core-Truth Media is a registered subsidiary of Core-Truth Ministries and is organized and operated exclusively for religious
True and Perfect Love
Feb 5 2023
True and Perfect Love
Love is an essential and vital part of life, and we spend a lot of time and energy trying to find or define it. But before we look for love in all the wrong places, we must understand what the Bible says about it. According to the scriptures, one of the tests of our faith is how we love. In this episode, we explore how God is love, and if we love one another, it shows that we have been born of God and understand what true love is. God's love for us is perfect, and if we want to love others as God does, we need to learn to love with the same unconditional and perfect love.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:1 John 3 (15)1 John 1 (9) 1 John 2 (10) 1 Corinthians 13 (4-8)John 15 (12-15)John 13 (1)John 13 (1)Matthew 18 (21-22)Romans 5 (8)Genesis 1 (26) - Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness1 John 2 (19) - False teachers separated themselves (and their followers) from the apostolic believers.Acts 20 (28-31) - Paul predicts false teachers will arise in the church.1 John 4 (7-21)Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our Core-Truth Media Network page and explore the diverse range of podcasts and high-quality content we provide to those seeking to deepen their understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith.
Genesis - An Interview with Dr. Terry Mortenson (Answers In Genesis)
Jan 1 2023
Genesis - An Interview with Dr. Terry Mortenson (Answers In Genesis)
Understanding what the book of Genesis says about the origin of all things is foundational to understanding the Bible. If chapters 1 and 2 of Genesis are not the truth about the beginning of all things, how can we believe the rest of the scriptures? Especially when the New Testament claims that our creator is also our redeemer. Because if God is not our creator, how can he be our redeemer?In an "evolving world," defending the Christian worldview is not easy, and many Christians lack the knowledge and confidence to mount a vigorous defense of the Bible. Unfamiliarity with God's Word and what it says about how everything came to be is not a justification for a retreat from the battlefield of ideas.In this episode, our guest Dr. Terry Mortenson (from Answers in Genesis), will join us for an insightful discussion on how scriptures answer the many questions that a surprising number of Christians have about creation. Worldly ideas that contradict God's Word do not need to be a source of fear and confusion. The scriptures have the answers you need to have understanding and confidence in the only book that the creator of the universe authored just for us - The Bible.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Coming to Grips with Genesis book by Dr. Terry Mortenson  and Dr. Thane Hutcherson UryGenesis: Paradise Lost – In the beginning…God!Creation, Science, Bible History, & Dinosaurs | Creation MuseumLife-size Noah’s Ark | Ark EncounterAnswers in GenesisMark 10 (6)Revelation 22 (3)Romans 8: (18-22)Genesis 5 (28-29)Genesis 3 (14-19)2 Peter 3 (14-18)Evolution - The wrong worldview (by Curt Blattman)Romans 3 (4)Genesis 3 (9-11)Hebrews 11 (3)Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 (2-3) Our Guest Bio: Terry MortensonDr. Terry Mortenson A speaker, writer, and researcher for Answers in Genesis. B.A. math
Who is Jesus?
Dec 4 2022
Who is Jesus?
After his completed work on the cross and before he ascended to his father in Heaven, Jesus Christ commanded his disciples to:“…go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.” (Mark 16:15) and “…to make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, teaching them all that I commanded you…” (Matt. 28:19)This commission is a mandate for all his followers, past and present. However, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ does not come without opposition. Christ said that many false teachers would come with a false gospel and deceptive notions of who he was and deceive many.In this episode, we diligently search the Bible to test those deceptive spirits that continue to deceive many in the church today with a different gospel and a Christ not found in the scriptures.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:John 14 (6)John 11 (25)John 10 (14)John 10 (7)John 8 (12)John 6 (48)John 14 (6)Deuteronomy 21 (23)2 Corinthians 8 (9)Philippians 2 (5-11)Mark 5 (1-13)Mark 1 (14-28)John 20 (26-29)Matthew 28 (16-18)Matthew 4 (9-10)Revelation 19 (9-10)Acts 10 (25-26)Exodus 20 (3-6)John 20 (30-31)John 5 (1-24)Exodus 6 (1-8)John 8 (53-59)Exodus 3 (13-14)Colossians 1 (15-20)
Can Christians lose their salvation? (ft. guest co-host Curt Blattman)
Nov 6 2022
Can Christians lose their salvation? (ft. guest co-host Curt Blattman)
There are many Christians who struggle with the question of losing their salvation. It’s undoubtedly a contentious topic within the church but an important one to address. If you are a new or mature Christian concerned about your eternal security in Christ - you are not alone. In this episode, Christian and I are joined by our guest co-host, Curt Blattman, as we look to the Bible for answers to this controversial question so that you will not stumble over God’s plan for your life but rest assured in his promises and provision.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Ephesians 1 (4-5)John 10 (28)John 6 (37-40)1 John 2 (19)1 John 3 (6)Matthew 13 (36-43)Matthew 13 (18-30)Matthew 13 (1-9)Ezekiel 36 (22-30)Romans 8 (Entire Chapter)Romans 8 (31-39) Our Guest Bio: Curt Blattman Hello. My name is Curt Blattman. I grew up and have spent my whole life living in New York City. I am 69 years old and am married to the love of my life, Meiying. I have one daughter, Desirae, who is 37 years old and lives and works in New Jersey. Back around 1980 I started on an intense quest to find out what the purpose of life was. I was an atheist back then but after being exposed to the gospel message of Jesus I began to realize that I was a sinner and after six months of learning more about God, on October 12, 1981, I gave my heart to Jesus. Today, 40 years later, I have grown so much in my love of the Lord. My first career was as a banker at JP Morgan Chase. My second career was as a counselor at the Bowery Mission. And now my third career is as a traveling apologist. I have an Economics degree from Princeton University, an MBA in Finance from New York University, and a master’s degree in Apologetics from Biola University. Where to find Curt Blattman: Curt's Website Previously appeared on: Episode 5 - Apologetics -
Salvation - A House on Rock, not Sand
Oct 2 2022
Salvation - A House on Rock, not Sand
Jesus Christ taught that obedience to his word meant the difference between building your house on rock or sand. It is vital that we understand this illustration as we live out our faith. Especially when we consider his warning, "Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. In this episode, we tackle an important question - Are you saved or self-deceived?Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:2 Timothy 3 [16]Matthew 24 [5-15]2 Corinthians 11 [3-4]John 3 [11]Isaiah 57 [15]Proverbs 29 [23]Psalm 51 [17]Psalm 34 [18]Matthew [5-7] - The Sermon on the MountMatthew 5 [1-12] - The BeatitudesPsalm 34 [18]1 John 2 [19]Romans 8 [29-30]John 8 [31]Romans 8 [1-17]Matthew 7 [13-29]Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our Core-Truth Media Network page and explore the diverse range of podcasts and high-quality content we provide to those seeking to deepen their understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith.Core-Truth...
Apologetics - An interview with Curt Blattman
Sep 4 2022
Apologetics - An interview with Curt Blattman
In this episode, we interview Christian apologist, author, and speaker Curt Blattman. Our discussion with Curt will encourage the Christian and challenge the skeptic on why the Bible should not only be read but believed to help all of us experience peace and joy as we travel on this journey called life. This interview will demonstrate why we can have complete confidence in the Bible as God’s Word and how it can encourage our souls with fresh manna daily.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Curt Blattman's book - The Challenge: Dare to Weigh the Evidence!John 3 [11]Jeremiah 3 [22]1 Peter 3 [15]Master of Arts — Christian Apologetics - Biola University - Here is Curt's recommendation for an apologetics education.Curt Blattman's website: Bible Apologetics - A DAILY DEVOTIONAL - Why We Believe the Bible is our Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth Our Guest Bio: Curt BlattmanHello. My name is Curt Blattman. I grew up and have spent my whole life living in New York City. I am 69 years old and am married to the love of my life, Meiying. I have one daughter, Desirae, who is 37 years old and lives and works in New Jersey. Back around 1980 I started on an intense quest to find out what the purpose of life was. I was an atheist back then but after being exposed to the gospel message of Jesus I began to realize that I was a sinner and after six months of learning more about God, on October 12, 1981, I gave my heart to Jesus. Today, 40 years later, I have grown so much in my love of the Lord. My first career was as a banker at JP Morgan Chase. My second career was as a counselor at the Bowery Mission. And now my third career is as a traveling apologist. I have an Economics degree from Princeton University, an MBA in Finance from New York University, and a master’s degree in Apologetics from Biola University. Where to find Curt Blattman : Curt's Website | Curt's email: curt717@yahoo.comConsider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up...
The Unforgivable Sin
Aug 7 2022
The Unforgivable Sin
The Bible teaches that God is a loving, full of mercy, and forgiving God. So why does Jesus declare in Matthew's Gospel that there is one sin that God will not forgive? In this episode, we clarify Christ's warning to those who defiantly refuses to believe him and gain remarkable insight into the believer's calling to share the good news of salvation.[00:47] Website updates[06:67] The Unforgivable SinWelcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Hebrews 6 [4-7]1 Peter 2 [1-3]John 14 [15-21]John 3 [30-36]John 16 [1-15]John 8 [12-30]Matthew 12 [22-32]Consider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our Core-Truth Media Network page and explore the diverse range of podcasts and high-quality content we provide to those seeking to deepen their understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith.Core-Truth Media is a registered subsidiary of Core-Truth Ministries and is organized and operated exclusively for religious purposes as a 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania Non-Profit Corporation. © Copyright 2024 Core-Truth Media All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized use and or duplication of this media without permission is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be shared, provided that full and clear credit be given to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast with appropriate and specific direction to the original content....
The Gospel and How to Share it (Part 2)
Jul 3 2022
The Gospel and How to Share it (Part 2)
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is often misunderstood and seldom shared effectively with others. In this second two-part episode, we share some practical insight into how you can overcome fear and objections and confidently share the gospel message with others.Welcome to The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast. Every first Sunday of the month, we bring you a show dedicated to establishing and reinforcing a high view of the scriptures and Jesus Christ, of whom the scriptures speak. So tell all your podcasting friends and family that this show is free to Listen and Follow on the podcast platform of their choice. Join our Mailing List to receive the latest show news and updates, and visit our Join the Conversation page to ask questions, provide feedback, or submit an idea for future episodes.If you encounter issues accessing our episode notes on your preferred podcast platform, please visit The Relentlessly Biblical™ Podcast website to access the complete set of notes. Scriptures links and references:Romans 14 (12)Romans 3 (23)Romans 3 (19)Isaiah 64 (6)Share Jesus without Fear: William Fay: 9780805418392 - Christianbook.comMatthew 13 (1-9)Mark 1 (4-8)1 Peter 3 (15)Matthew 28 (19-20)Ray Comfort's ministry websiteConsider Partnering with Us:When you support this show through your prayers and gifts, you enable us to provide sound biblical teaching that helps others open up their understanding of the scriptures across the globe. Please Donate Now to make a one-time gift, or use PayPal to make it a recurring monthly donation. Thank you for your gracious, thoughtful support. Please visit our Core-Truth Media Network page and explore the diverse range of podcasts and high-quality content we provide to those seeking to deepen their understanding of the Bible and grow in their faith.Core-Truth Media is a registered subsidiary of Core-Truth Ministries and is organized and operated exclusively for religious purposes as a 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania...