October 26, 2020

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #128

podcast_logo.gifThis week: Why is it so easy to walk away from the Gospel? (Some thoughts about Galatians)

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  1. Ah, man, Michael… that bit on Galatians hit the nail on the head for where I was 10-15 years ago. I didn’t think I had left the Gospel, but I had. I was using the exact same rationalization that the Galatians had. Heck, I even read Galations as I was beginning that legalistic trip so that I could use logical gymnastics to justify my position based on technicalities.

    This was a good show, man. A very good show.

  2. Mark Nikirk says


    Loved the section on Galatians. Looking back on that book, Paul really /was/ fired up about it. That underscores for me the importance of keeping the gospel central. Like the man said, “I don’t mind if they do a topical series, as long as they do it exegetically.”