The Songs of Tolkien and Romans

In the Silmarillion, Tolkien pictures God singing a song and Satan trying to improve on it until he’s ultimately offering a different song. Paul sees something similar in the song of order being sung in Eden and the song that humanity has sang instead via Sin. We talk more about that in today’s episode as we continue through Romans.

You can listen to today’s 1208PODCAST episode here or wherever you stream your podcasts.

The Prophets Call Us to the Poor 1208PODCAST

There are two major streams of the prophetic in the church today. One form is of a more supernatural perspective, where God speaks to people and they speak out his word. The other form is of a more natural perspective, where the poor are preached about and actions are taken to provide for them. But these two streams shouldn't be separated. If God truly is supernaturally speaking to us, he will at some point speak to us about the poor. The prophetic life is both supernatural and natural—preaching and action.
  1. The Prophets Call Us to the Poor
  2. The New Creation Spirit of Pentecost
  3. Walls and Poison
  4. Replacement Principles
  5. The Armor of Spiritual Warfare

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