In the year 2015, Christians across the globe began experiencing the wrath of God.
The New Testament says that Jesus Christ “took upon him the form of a man, so that he might be a witness against them, saying, ‘This day I am taking away from you the sins of the world.'”
In a recent article, Christian author and podcast host Adam Jentleson spoke with us about his upcoming podcast, which explores the Bible in a podcast format.
“It’s a fascinating podcast, it’s a very honest and honest look at the Bible, and it’s really fun to do,” Jentleson said.
“We’ve been talking to people who have had experiences in their lives with this.
It’s kind of like going to church, it just feels like a little bit of an experience.”
Jentlesons podcast, titled Christian The Book, will be available to subscribers on iTunes on January 20.
It will include interviews with authors and other Christians.
The podcast is an adaptation of the popular book of the same name, but with a focus on Christians, and will be released as a book.
“It’s really like going back to church in the same way,” Jendleson said.
“You have to find your own way.”
The podcast is about the experience of living a faith, as opposed to being a Christian, Jentlysons podcast will also explore the faith’s impact on people.
“People have to really start coming to terms with the fact that they don’t really have a choice about whether they want to be a Christian or not,” Jantleson explained.
I think that’s the thing that’s really scary to Christians, is how many times they can be deceived by the power of the false gods,” Jenlysons podcast co-hosts, Scott Stearns and Jason Zechstein, told Entertainment Weekly. “
He explained that, while it’s possible to be both, it can be difficult to know what one really is.”
As the podcast begins, Stears and Zechsstein talk to Christian pastors and theologians about the Bible and what it means to them. “
This is the stuff that happens to Christians when they start to embrace these false gods, so I think that has to be one of the most important things that people talk about as they listen to this podcast.”
As the podcast begins, Stears and Zechsstein talk to Christian pastors and theologians about the Bible and what it means to them.
Stearnes told us that, like any conversation, the show has its “dark sides.”
“You’ll hear a lot of people say that they really hate it, but I think a lot are like ‘yeah, yeah, yeah.
It just makes me want to tear my clothes off and pray,'” he said.
Jentlessons podcast is part of a new effort by Christian podcasts and podcasts to increase awareness about Christianity.
The Southern Baptist Convention has launched a new initiative called ChristianPodcasts.org, which aims to bring together Christian podcasts, podcast hosts, and other Christian voices.
“I think the way that Christian podcasts are getting more visibility is a reflection of the need to really build on the ground that we have in this country,” said Dr. Mark St. John, executive director of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
“This is an important conversation for our country, and there are so many different ways that people can engage with this, but there is a real need to talk to Christians and other faiths,” St. Johns said.
The Southern Baptist Church, the largest Christian denomination in the United States, has an estimated 15 million members, and the Southern Baptist General Convention has an average membership of 12 million.