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2010




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December 30, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP & CD; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-Mail Question - Gentlemen, The Word of God will prove us to be wrong or right. If salvation can be lost as you affirm, then you need to explain to the world why it is that when you committed adultery in your heart, Matthew 5:28, you did not become lost, 1 Corinthians 6:9-10. If you say that you have never lusted after a woman in all your saved life you are either lying or you are a homosexual. Will you please explain this dillema that you have placed yourself in. You see, if one can be lost after salvation, then rest assured that all the saved have been lost the second time, the third time and the fourth time, etc., etc., etc. To refuse to admit this is to deny the reality of sin after conversion. Will the speakers on this program, one by one, go on record as admitting that you have been lost at least twice maybe even more and have been saved at least twice maybe even more? If you will not admit this, then it is only logical to conclude that you do not really believe what you say you believe, that one can be lost the second time. You can not pontificate your doctrine to everyone else and not apply it to yourself also. If you have your cake you have to eat your cake; .
December 28, 2010

Host: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP & CD
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at the TCSOP & CD and Preacher for the Lake City, TN Church of Christ

Discussion: Joshua 7 - Lessons we can learn from the mistakes of Achan.
December 23, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP & CD

E-Mail Question - Hi Wesley, Just wanted to make these observations from Scripture regarding being Saved, and Eternal Salvation (Can't Lose It Salvation). When we get Saved we are: *Born into God's family. We cannot get un-born John 3:7, 1 Peter 1:23; *Adopted into God's family. Adoption cannot be reversed. Romans 8:14-16; *Married into God's family. God hates divorce, He marries us to himself for better or for worse! Malachi 2:16;Caller - Caller states that Adam Cross on his program stated that the "Church of Christ does not believe in the Bible";
Caller - Renaming person who made statement about not believing the Bible;
Caller - Talking about eternal security;
Caller - Response to previous caller;
*Bought with a price. 1 Corinthians 6:19-20. When something is bought it is owned by the buyer. The owned possession cannot disown itself, even if it is an animate being which runs away, or is taken captive by someone, it is still legally owned by the buyer. The owner could sell the possession, but Jesus says in Hebrews 13:5 that he will never leave us, nor forsake. We are bought by the Blood of Jesus for a permanent possession!; *Sealed by the Holy Ghost. Ephesians 1:13-14; *Indwelt by the Holy Ghost. Romans 8:9-11; *We become new creatures in Christ. 2 Corinthians 5:17; All of the above actions are initiated by God. We simply cannot "change masters" as you stated on a previous program. We are without doubt SAVED FOREVER!!! Sincerely and Eternally, .

December 7, 2010

Host: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP & CD
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at the TCSOP & CD and Preacher for the Lake City, TN Church of Christ


Discussion: The Mistakes Of Jeroboam - I Kings 12:

December 2, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP & CD; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN

E-Mail from last program
E-Mail - Hi Wesley, Well, you all are keeping true to form with your subtle innuendos, and devious twisting of God's Word. Tuesday's (11/30/2010) program was proof multiplied that you all are numbered with the Deceivers named in 2 Corinthians 11:13-14. I did not wrongly use the words "implied", & "essence"; look them both up in Noah Webster's 1828 Dictionary. You all twisted that whole statement to make it seem like I was saying something that I absolutely did not say. I have never said that a person can live any way they want to after Salvation. You implied that I believe a person can live any way they want to after Salvation when you grouped me with Samuel Morris. I believe people who live a sinful lifestyle after Salvation are committing the "sin unto death" found in 1 John 5:16. They truly are in danger of premature physical death if they continue a sinful lifestyle, but they are still Saved. 1 John 3:9, and 1 Corinthians 5:5 are just two verses that bear this out.
Caller - Where in the Bible does it say you cannot play the lottery (gambling)?
Caller - Based on Scripture alone which church has the right creed, Catholic or Orthodox? Does the Holy Spirit proceed from the Father and the Son or the Father alone?
Caller - Caller says that there is one verse that defeats once always in grace.
November 30, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at the TCSOP & CD and Preacher for the Lake City, TN Church of Christ

Discussion of phone call that came in on earlier broadcast
E-Mail - Hi Wesley, Last Tuesday,11/23/2010, on your program you responded to a statement I made in an e-mail. You implied that it was no problem for the Holy Ghost to no longer indwell a person who loses their Salvation. What about the Scripture in Ephesians 1:13-14 that says in essence that a Believer is Sealed (Indwelt) and that the sealing is the guarantee of our Salvation until the return of Christ. A person cannot lose their Salvation Wesley; it's not theirs to lose. Ephesians 1:13-14 is proof of that. I didn't get to hear the rest of that program due to the nature of my work. Sincerely and Eternally Saved.

November 23, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at the TCSOP & CD and Preacher for the Lake City, TN Church of Christ; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP & CD

Recommended website: www.thebible.net
E-Mail Question - On the program of 11-18-2010 Mr. Phillips concluded that God disinherited the children of Israel by referring to one verse of Scripture (verse 12). I would kindly ask Mr. Phillips and the other speakers on this program that agree with this conclusion to reevaluate your position. Please read the entire context of verses 11-20 and relate to the listening audience what God's actual conclusion was whether He followed through by what He said in verse 12. To imply that God disinherited the nation of Israel means that no further generations of this people received God's benefits, promised land. Please prove this from Numbers 14. Would Mr. Phillips also be so kind to explain why God did not carry through with the decree set forth in verse 12. If you do not know or will not give the answer, I would be happy to.
Caller - Read about Judas and how he did not make it;
Caller - Would you make a comment on "let not come upon you unaware".

November 18, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-Mail - You also said on a previous program that if a person lost their Salvation and did not have time to repent before dying that God would understand, and make an exception; where is your "book, chapter, & verse" for that statement)????? Then there is the question: What about a person that gets Saved and, for whatever reason, has no time to be baptized before they die. According to your teaching that person would go to Hell because they didn't get baptized. God is not going to make exceptions to His plan of Salvation! That's why the Bible TEACHES, from Genesis to Revelation, that Salvation is by FAITH ALONE.
Caller - Please comment on 1 Corinthians 5 about turning his soul over to Satan.
November 16, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at the TCSOP & CD; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP & CD

E-Mail Question - You seemed to imply on Tuesday 10/12 that Saved people can live sinless lives, yet you also teach that a person can lose their Salvation. I have two questions that can be answered by a simple "YES" or "NO" answer: 1) Do you believe that a person can live a sinless life, YES or NO? 2) Have you ever lost your Salvation, "YES" or "NO". Continuing on, what sin causes a person to lose their Salvation? God says sin is sin, no big ones and little ones in God's eyes. Now, if you lose your Salvation that means you are Lost again. You teach that a Lost person MUST be baptized to be Saved, so why did you say on one of your programs, Thursday, 8/12/2010, that re-baptism was not necessary when a person loses their Salvation and then gets re-Saved? HUUMMM??? I really would like to hear an in-depth explanation. You also said on a previous program that if a person lost their Salvation and did not have time to repent before dying that God would understand, and make an exception; where is your "book, chapter, & verse" for that statement)????? Then there is the question: What about a person that gets Saved and, for whatever reason, has no time to be baptized before they die. According to your teaching that person would go to Hell because they didn't get baptized. God is not going to make exceptions to His plan of Salvation! That's why the Bible TEACHES, from Genesis to Revelation, that Salvation is by FAITH ALONE.
Caller - Queriest reading scripture, Ephesians 2:4-10;
Caller - Would you address the doctrine that th soul will be saved regardless of what the body does;
Caller - Caller wants us to read scriptures Luke 7:47-50;
Caller - Commenting on Hebrews 11: mentioning faith, look at Joshua chapter 6, when was the city given to them.

November 9, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at the TCSOP & CD; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP & CD

Discussion - II King 5: Naaman the leper.
Caller - Visiting those who are in the hospital and they are lost and they turn to the Lord would they go to Heaven or Hell without being baptized?
October 26, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at TCSOP & CD;

Discussion: How To Find The Right Church.

October 21, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-Mail - Dear Wesley, I've noticed some discrepancies in the doctrine you teach on your radio program. You or someone on your program (10-12) made the statement that there was no power in the baptismal water. Yet the statement was made on one of your shows within the last several weeks that it was in the baptismal waters that a person contacts the blood of Christ. I'm fairly certain that it was you who made the statement. Truly there is no power in the baptismal water; baptism is a saved persons testimony that we have trusted Jesus Christ as our Savior. It was stated on your program Tuesday (10-12) that nowhere in the Bible does it say that faith alone saves or words to that effect. Now you know as well as I do that there are many verses in the Bible that make it perfectly clear that salvation is through faith alone. Sadly, you pervert these verses by twisting them out of context and or by erroneously referencing verses talking about baptism or works;
Caller - Why did Paul practice baptism?;
Caller - Verses to show that Paul practiced baptism;
E-Mail continued - You seem to imply that saved people can live sinless lives. Yet you also teach that a person can loose their salvation; I have two questions that be answered by a simple yes or no answer. Do you believe a person can live a sinless life, yes or no? Have you every lost your salvation, yes or no? What sin causes a person to loose their salvation?
October 14, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP & CD; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN

E-Mail - The washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Ghost in Titus 3:5 is talking about our Baptism by the Holy Ghost. Titus 3:6 makes this clear. The Apostles were not the only ones to be baptised by the Holy Ghost. Yes, they were also given miraculous powers. The Bible teaches that these powers eventually were no longer needed and they passed away. Believers today do not have the powers the Apostles had, but we do have Spiritual gifts, and we do manifest the fruit of the Spirit. You guys are masters at twisting Scripture to make it say what you want it to say.;
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October 12, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at TCSOP & CD; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP & CD

E-Mail Questions - Dear Wesley, There is no such thing as a "dry birth";
E-Mail Continued - only got to hear about ten or fifteen minutes of your program today due to my job. I don't know how far you got in my e-mail today but it has become totally apparent that you twist all Scripture to suit your own doctrine of water baptism being essential to Salvation. Your distortion of John 3:3-7 was unbelievable!!!! You need to read this passage without interruption to present the true context over the radio. The way you "hacked it up" made it easy for you to distort it. You know what this verse is saying in context, and you know it negates your stand on water baptism. When you objectively compare ALL other Scripture regarding baptism you can only conclude that Ephesians 4:5 is talking about Spiritual Baptism. You are really confused or you are one of the people mentioned in 2 Corinthians 11:13-14. I won't make that call; God knows.;
Caller - Wants to have a better understanding of why in Acts 2:38 the Holy Spirit was after baptism and in Acts 10 & 11 the Holy Spirit was before; .

October 7, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - Continued from last program - Dear Wesley, John 3:3-8 is not talking about water baptism! The context clearly indicates that Jesus is talking about child birth(water), and Spiritual birth(Spirit). You grossly distort this passage with your interpretation!!!
Caller - If a person is allergic to water, known as aquagenic urticaria, and they are not baptized will they go to Hell?;
E-Mail Continued - The one Baptism mentioned in Ephesians 4:5 is the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Read Matthew 3:11, John 16:33, Acts 11:16, & 1 Corinthians 12:13. Many people are baptized in water more than once. Some as infants, some when they profess Salvation, some when they go from one denomination to the other, and of course, according to your faith, NO ONE is Saved until they are baptized in Church of Christ water by a Church of Christ preacher;
E-Mail Continued - You said Tues. 9/29/2010 that people didn't receive the Holy Ghost until after Baptism. What about Cornelius and his household in Acts 10:47???

October 5, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean Of Media at TCSOP & CD; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP & CD

E-Mail Questions - Dear Wesley, John 3:3-8 is not talking about water baptism! The context clearly indicates that Jesus is talking about child birth(water), and Spiritual birth(Spirit). You grossly distort this passage with your interpretation!!!
E-Mail continued - You said Tues. 9/29/2010 that people didn't receive the Holy Ghost until after Baptism. What about Cornelius and his household in Acts 10:47???
Caller - What do you mean when you say you will not fellowship anybody?
Caller - Would you explain the New Testament teaching on "tithing"?

September 21, 2010

Host: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

Discussion - Prayer;
Caller - Who is qualified to pray?
Caller - Explain where it says "God hears not the prayers of sinners".

September 14, 2010

Host: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Jerry Craft - Woodruff, SC; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - One must preserve oneself, therefore, we believe in working our way to heaven trusting self, not trusting God Almighty and the righteousness that God imputes to one that has obeyed Him that we feel that one must continue to be faith or be lost;
Caller - Explain John 5:24.

September 9, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

Discussion - John 9.

September 7, 2010

Host: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - I will concede to the speakers on this program that the salvation that comes from Jesus is not immediate and eternal can diminish in quality and value such as being lost. When the speakers on this program convince me of the following: 1.) Jesus was lying these verses dealing with salvation (John 3:15-16; 4:14; 5:24-25; 6:29, 37, 39-40, 47, 54; 10:28-29; 17:2, 11-12, 24), 2.) That the Holy Spirit was lying in these verses (Ephesians 1:13-14; 4:30), 3.) That Paul was lying in this verse (2 Timothy 1:12), and 4.) And that Peter was lying in this scripture (1 Peter 1:3-5).

September 2, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - Both Romans 4 and Galatians 3 are in the context of what causes justification. I have read both of these chapters carefully and I've not found water baptism anywhere in either chapter. Can you please show us from these chapters where water baptism causes justification since you assert this doctrine;
In Galatians 3:8 the Bible teaches that the heathen would be justified by faith. Can you give us a verse in the Bible that states that Abraham was the father of those that was water baptized and a verse that states that the heathen (us) would be justified be water baptism? Please give us a clear and direct statement comparable to the one I've given to the contrary. I've found no verse in scripture that every states that one is justified by water baptism;
Caller - Study about the spirit, pricked in the heart.

August 31, 2010

Host: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

Discussion - Questions concerning Bible Authority.

August 24, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - On one of your recent radio broadcasts (8/5 or 8/10 I think) while discussing my e-mail, one of your co-hosts mentioned Romans 4:8, and then Quickly moved on to something else. This scripture is just one of many that PROVE that a person CANNOT lose their Salvation. How can a person lose their Salvation if God WILL NOT IMPUTE SIN to them. I'm sure you know what the word " impute" means. At Salvation we are endowed with the righteousness of the Lord Jesus Christ. He paid our sin debt in full. Our Soul is righteous (justified and sanctified), but our flesh isn't (Romans Chapter Seven), that's why we confess our Sins. You frequently state on your program that the "once Saved always Saved" crowd don't believe in confessing Sin because there is no point in it. My Church is a "Once Saved always Saved" church and we certainly DO believe in confessing our sins, as well as repenting of our sins. Don't categorize everyone based on your unfounded perceptions; name names if you are so certain concerning the "Once Saved always Saved " crowd. We also believe in Church Discipline when necessary. You also frequently quote John 3:5 out of context. John 3:6 explains John 3:5. It certainly is not talking about water baptism;
E-Mail Question - Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you (SALVATION) will perform it (Keep you Saved) until the day of Jesus Christ. We don't keep ourselves Saved, the Lord Jesus Christ keeps us Saved. This is a simple sentence stating that FACT. A 5th grader could understand what this verse is talking about. Dance around it all you want, it still says we are Eternally secure (Always Saved);
Caller - Talking about enduring to the end shall be saved;
Caller - Discuss the passage from Mark where there were people teaching and preaching in the name of Christ.

August 19, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA

Caller - Why do the Primitive Baptists not believe in John 3:16?;
Caller - Would you please give an exposition of Romans 9?; Caller - Please explain calvinism.

August 17, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-Mail Question - Salvation is also eternal (FOREVER) Philippians 1:6,confession and repentance is an ongoing process in a Christians life (1st John 1:8 thru 2:2). Question; if a person can lose their Salvation, do they have to get re-Baptized every time they get re-Saved??? What if you sin and don't have time to repent before you die, like in a car wreck etc., do you go to Hell??? We are indwelt by the Holy Spirit immediately at Salvation. I don't think you all believe in the actual indwelling of the Holy Spirit, despite the numerous Verses that clearly state such an indwelling. (Romans 8:9-11, & John 14:17 and others). Sincerely and Eternally in Christ,..
Caller - Explain "turning him over to Satan" in 1 Corinthians 5;
E-Mail Question - What if you sin and don't have time to repent before you die, like in a car wreck, etc. do you go to hell?
August 12, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Chris Lydon - Student at TCSOP

E-Mail Question from previous program - Can you please explain 1st Corinthians 1:17 in light of you insistence that Baptism is necessary for Salvation. There is a definite distinction in that verse between Baptism and the Gospel. The Ethiopian man in Acts 8 had already believed (got Saved) before he was Baptized. The people in the house of Cornelius in Acts 10 had already been indwelt by the Holy Ghost (Saved) before they were Baptized;
E-Mail continued - There are numerous other accounts of people being Saved in Scripture where Baptism was never even mentioned. Then too, how could any Old Testament Saints be Saved since they were never Baptized. Abraham "...believed in the LORD; and he counted it to him for righteousness." Genesis 15:6; No Water Baptism !!! Salvation has alwayys been by Grace through Faith from Genesis to Revelation. Baptism is totally separate from Salvation; it is a testament of our Salvation.
Caller - Would the problem with this teaching is the lack of understanding of "the works of righteousness"?
Continuing E-Mail - Salvation is also eternal (FOREVER) Philippians 1:6,confession and repentance is an ongoing process in a Christians life (1st John 1:8 thru 2:2). Question; if a person can lose their Salvation, do they have to get re-Baptized every time they get re-Saved ??? What if you sin and don't have time to repent before you die, like in a car wreck etc., do you go to Hell???

August 10, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP

Discussion - Reviewing previous program concerning being baptized for remission of sins to be saved; Boasting;Does a man stand in between a sinner and going to heaven?;
Caller - How come Ananias called Saul brother before he baptized him?

August 3, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - Can you please explain 1st Corinthians 1:17 in light of you insistence that Baptism is necessary for Salvation. There is a definite distinction in that verse between Baptism and the Gospel. The Ethiopian man in Acts 8 had already believed (got Saved) before he was Baptized. The people in the house of Cornelius in Acts 10 had already been indwelt by the Holy Ghost (Saved) before they were Baptized;
Caller - Paul wrote in Colossians the same thing about salvation;
Caller - Is Mark 16:16 a command?
July 29, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lenanon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP

Discussion - Reviewing phone calls from Tuesday's program;
Caller - Scriptures that teach about murders not being saved;
Caller - Comments on previous caller's comments;
Caller - Jesus died to save us and lives to keep us;
Caller - Explain why God got on to Moses for murder; What are the greatest commandments and if we break them will we go to hell.

July 27, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at TCSOP; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

Discussion - Review of a call received at the end of the last broadcast concerning the death of Christ being a failure;
Caller - Stating that he believes in "once saved always saved";
Caller - Says that "once saved always saved" is true.
Caller - Agrees that "once saved always saved" is wrong.
Caller - What commandments are we to keep?;
Caller - When Christ was created in the fleshly body and was He capable of sinning?
July 22, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lenanon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at TCSOP

E-Mail Question - If I believed and taught that water baptism is necessary for salvation then I would also teach that enduring to the end is necessary for salvation. When we find these statements from Jesus in Matthew 10:22 and Matthew 24:13 we find them in the same context that we find Mark 16:16, that is, the statements of Peter with the commands from Jesus to preach the gospel and are included in the context in Matthew just as they are in Mark. In Mark Jesus told them to preach the gospel, that according to you includes "he that believeth and is baptized shall be saved";
Caller - When Jesus died, how many of our sins were atoned for?

July 20, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at the TCSOP; Dan Bailey - Bristol, TN; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

Discussion - The Christian Walk Romans 12:;
Questions on Romans 12: 1. Can you take your body and subject it as a living sacrifice? 2. What it means to be "not conformed to this world?"
Caller - Where did all of the different races come from?
Caller - Discussion of the word ungodly;
July 13, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at the TCSOP; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - so is Jesus the Son of God or was He God, or both? the Word also says in Ephesians 4:6 One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all. So if He is in us all (the redeemed) who is it that's in us the Holy Spirit, the Father or the Son?;
Caller - Are there any Scriptures that support a religious experience prior to salvation?; What version of Scripture do you support and why?
July 6, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Dean of Media at the TCSOP; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-Mail Question - On a former broadcast, Wesley replied to the question "Do you sin everyday" with the statement "I don't know about everyday". This responses implies that Wesley believes that here has been a day in his life that he has committed no sin. This would mean that in a twenty-four period he did not commit one sin of omission, not one sin of commission, not one sin of not doing what you know to be good, and had not broken even one New Testament commandment.
Caller - Doesn't the Bible teach us that we need to be perfect?;
Caller - Paul's testimony clears up the question about Saul being saved;
Caller - Talk about death bed repentance;
June 29, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - Can you tell us why Paul was wrong when he told the Philippian jailor that to be saved you must believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and show us in this passage of scripture where Paul told this man that he was wrong and that you must be baptized also?
Caller - Baptism and salvation question; Christ sent Paul not to baptized?;
Caller - A lot of people will go to heaven without being baptize.
June 15, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA

E-Mail Question - Can you tell us why Paul meant in Romans 1:16 that "believeth" means "be baptized"? Can you show us where water baptism is in Paul's definition of the Gospel that he preached in 1 Corinthians 15:1-2?;
Caller - Can you discuss the Baptist's approach to the security of the soul?.
June 3, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - Can you tell us why Paul was wrong when he told the church at Corinth that Christ did not send him to baptize, but to preach the Gospel and show us where Paul changed his mind and told the church at Corinth that he was wrong and that baptism was a part of the Gospel?
June 1, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail from May 27th program;
Discussion - What saves me? Different things are discussed that saves man.
May 27, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN

Statement from e-mail - If instrumental music was authorized in worship wouldn't all Christians be required to play an instrument? Would God tell all Christians what to play?;
.E-Mail Question - The church of Christ denomination including the speakers on this program have adopted Ephesians 5:19 and Colossians 3:16 as the prescribed pattern for New Testament worship. It is deduced from these verses that the worship is to be congregational and accapella. Here is the question I have for people who interpret this pattern from these verses. The context of teaching in both these chapters in scripture is not limited to a number of people, mainly congregational and the day of the week, mainly the first day of the week, no other verses about the leaders conduct in these chapters are limited by these restrictions. The verses have to be taken out of context to teach these doctrines. Why do you not form your doctrine from I Corinthians 14? A chapter in scripture that is absolutely in the context of when the body of believers gather together on the Lord's Day. I think we both know the answer to this question. The doctrine of accapella is not found in this passage of scripture. In this chapter singing psalms a set piece of music, a sacred oath, accompanied with the voice, harp or other instrument falls into the category of prophecy and is allowed to be practiced one by one in 1 Corinthians 14:31.
Caller - Regarding the book of Job, how did Satan bring down the fire and the wind from the wilderness. Did he not have to get permission to do it?
E-Mail continued - The goal in prophecy is for the church to be edified verses 3, 4, 5, 12, 26, 31. Paul understood that the church that he founded gathered together on the Lord's Day that people would bring to the service with them psalms, doctrines, tongues and revelations. Those individual, each one, would contribute to the service as the Lord directed them to do but with a few rules of order found here. I challenge the speaker on this program to adopt this model of worship when your congregation gathers together concerning worship. It is the perfect example that we find in the Bible for believers and it would only be proper to follow the designs set forth here instead of taking two verses out of context in order to teach a particular doctrine. I believe that you will find that when we allow individuals to practice what the Bible allows the whole congregation will be blessed. I'm sure you want the best for them, don't you?
May 25, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-Mail question - Hello, authority on musical instruments and the authority on having a radio broadcast here is my question?? Where is the authority given in God's Word, to be on a radio, or to have electricity in a place of worship, or to use a microphone to amplify ones voice.. The word says to cry loud and spare not ... So looks to me its like straining at a gnat ... or making your own cistern or way of worship to suit ones on self;
Caller - Recommending a Chronological King James Version;
Caller - Why churches do not greet one another with a "holy kiss?";
Called in Question - Wanting the Scripture repeated about the "Holy Kiss" claims it is is not in their Bible.

May 18, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA

Caller from last Tuesday's program - I am 59 years old and I keep turning away from the Lord. I try going to church but I feel nothing, is there still hope for me?
Discussion - The Old And New Covenant Contrasted - Hebrews 8.
Question from Caller - Is it wrong for a Christian to feel anger for a child killer and how can a Christian deal with this anger?
May 4, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA

Discussion - The Revealed Will Of God;
Caller (from last week) - I have never heard of a "Plan B" except on Arise To Truth and who are the preachers in "Plan B" and what are their names?.
April 27, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA

Discussion - The Distinctive Pattern (Ephesians 3:21)
Caller - I have never heard of a "Plan B" except on Arise To Truth and who are the preachers in "Plan B" and what are their names?
April 15, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN

E-Mail - Please read the history of the theory that baptism saves and allow your eyes to be opened to this unbiblical doctrine that originated from man and not God;
Caller - Would you address the role of the Holy Spirit in the salvation of the individual?;
Due to technical problem beyond our control, the last part of the program was not recorded. We sincerely regret this.

April 8, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN; Lon Schuler - Kingsport, TN

Discussion: Instrumental music from e-mailer who asked if Psalm 92 would prove that instrumental music would be scriptural;
E-Mail - Can you please explain why you disagree with Strong's definition of the word "Psallo" in James 5:13 (a book that you have endorsed on your program);
E-Mail - I find it to be ironic that in your study of the New Testament relating to worship and singing, that you did not talk about a word that is also found in these passages and is just as important. Psalms, the word is found in the following New Testament scriptures, Ephesians 5:19, Colossians 3:16 and James 5:13. You have recommended Strong's Concordance for those seeking Biblical definitions for words. Will you instruct your listeners to accept the definition that this book gives for the word "Psalms" in these passages and more importantly will you accept this definition since you recommend this book? If the definition for the word Psalms is not correct here, will you please give us the correct definition and renounce Strong's Concordance as a good Bible reference book?;
Caller - The one time that Easter is mentioned in the book of Acts and the rest Passover. Why was Easter left in the book of Acts?;
Caller - Do you think there is a chance that the Devil will ever be saved?, Using a Bible that is right, i.e the KJV, What about healing of Christ, In Romans 1:29 it says not to debate,;
Caller - What about speaking in tongues?, How do you interpret Scriptures?;
E-Mail - If mechanical instruments of music were authorized in worship, wouldn't all Christians be required to play an instrument?, Would God tell all Christians what instrument to play?
Caller - What kind of language did Christ speak when He was on the Cross? [Last few minutes of program as not recorded due to recording equipment failure for which we apologize].

March 30, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA

Why Should A Person Be A Christian?
Caller - Is God's name Jesus? If your answer is yes; in that case Jesus did not die because God is Spirit and a spirit cannot die.
Caller - Jesus said, "I come in my Father's name", this means God and Jesus are not the same.
March 23, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - In Acts 10:44-47 we find a group of people that had just heard the Gospel and were defined by these three undeniable characteristics. l. they possessed the Holy Ghost (Vs. 47), 2. they praised God (Vs. 46), and 3. they were not baptized (Vs. 47). At this point in time were these people children of the devil or children of God?
Caller - Is it proper Biblically for a pastor to take the tithes that the people give for the church for his personal use?;
Caller - How old are the dinosaurs?.
March 11, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Doug Parnell - Lebanon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN

Discussion - Is Hell real?, Is the Bible right?, Why don't people preach on it anymore?;
Caller - Comments from listener about the reality of hell and noting Luke 15:16-29; Caller - Wanting a copy of the free DVD; Caller - Recommending a good concordance.
March 9, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - Before you go on the air to explain how Simon Magnus was saved twice, I suggest you do some history study about him. Here is a good starting place (the web site was given in the e-mail);
Are there two different gospels?
Caller - Hebrews 9:12 is a good verse on eternal life.
March 4, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN; Wes Garland - Red Boiling Springs, TN

E-Mail continuing from last broadcast - The church at Corinth was referred to as "sons" in 1 Corinthians 4:14. In verse 15 the Bible says that these "sons" were "begotten" by the Gospel that Paul preached (1 Corinthians 15:3-4). The word "begotten" means procreate, regenerate, be born, clearly indicating the point of Salvation of the soul or being "born again". When we look at 1 Corinthians 1:14-16, we find that not all these "sons" were baptized by Paul. My question is simple. How did Paul "beget" these sons without baptizing them? Paul made no reference whatsoever in 4:15 that anyone else was involved in this process of regeneration but Himself;
Caller - You talk a lot about baptism and about everything, but why don't you talk about the gift of the Holy Spirit, shouting and praising the Lord and get some joy in your church instead of a formalistic program and get the power of God and healing and all of that good stuff; that's a part of that too. Think about that!
E-Mail Question - In 1 Thessalonians 5:8 the Bible speaks about the "hope of salvation." Will you be consistent in your theology and apply the same logic to this verse as you did to Titus 1:2 and Titus 3:7 and say that no one is saved right now, it is something that will happen in the future.
March 2, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

News from University of Texas at San Antonio, TX (UTSA);
E-Mail Question - It is not surprising that you would employ the straw-man tactic to identify me with a category (Liberal theology) only for the purpose of destroying my influence. When Paul preached the Gospel of Grace (Gal. 1:6) he was immediately accused of preaching a license to sin (Romans 3:8). I believe that these may have been some of the same people He referred to in Philippians 1:15-16. Let me set the record straight; I do not identify with antinomianists (Salvation is a license to sin) no more than I identify with legalist's (Salvation is a set of rules and regulations). If you continue to label me with the former group you will do it as slander in light of my words and you will stand before God and give account for it at the Judgment seat of Christ;
E-Mail Question - The church at Corinth was referred to as "sons" in 1 Corinthians 4:14. In verse 15 the Bible says that these "sons" were "begotten" by the Gospel that Paul preached (1 Corinthians 15:3-4). The word "begotten" means procreate, regenerate, be born, clearly indicating the point of Salvation of the soul or being "born again". When we look at 1 Corinthians 1:14-16, we find that not all these "sons" were baptized by Paul. My question is simple. How did Paul "beget" these sons without baptizing them? Paul made no reference whatsoever in 4:15 that anyone else was involved in this process of regeneration but Himself;
Caller - How can the soul be born again?.
February 23, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

Discussion: Continuation of a review of a 20 page paper entitled: "Is Baptism Essential For Salvation?" from last broadcast;
Caller - Comments about baptism;
Caller - Comment please on that the blood is what cleanseth us from our sins.
February 18, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

Discussion: Review of a 20 page paper entitled: "Is Baptism Essential For Salvation?"
Caller - Checking on Tim and Wesley after the death of Kandy; David and Bathsheba issue;
Caller - Please comment on Revelation 20:6.
February 16, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP

E-Mail Question - This is an open challenge to any "loosing salvation apologist". Give book, chapter and verse, one verse not two that clearly identifies either of the following: 1. A member of the New Testament church who was saved twice, 2. A member of the New Testament church who died in a lost condition;
E-Mail Question - Are we in eternity now, since we are eternal beings?
Caller - Thanking panel for clearing up the thought about eternal life.
February 9, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA

Discussion: Obedience.
February 4, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN

Discussion - "Once Saved, Always Saved";
E-Mail Question - I have often heard you issue this challenge to Baptist preachers, "Is Jesus telling the truth or lying in Mark 16:16?" The assumed admonition to these preachers is then, "Why can't you just take Jesus at His word, here?" I will apply the same question to you, "Why do you refuse to take Jesus at His word concerning John 10:28?" This statement stands alone just as your examples stands alone, in other words, in both of our examples Jesus' words do not have to be qualified further since they are from the Savior Himself. I've heard you say, "If He said it once it is good enough." Will you accept the Savior's words as they are written in John 10:28 as you challenge others to do in Mark 16:16?;
E-Mail - Since you have propagated the idea that a member of the New Testament church can be lost, I would assumed that you also teach that they may die in this state. You're therefore obligated to show from the context of Scripture that the following people appear in that they died or would have died in this state;
Caller - If we go back to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, they did not repent but blamed others, and that was why they were thrown out of the Garden; If we put blame on others and do not repent we cannot enjoy Heaven; Jesus at the age of 12 He was accountable and are we not also going to be accountable? .
February 2, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-mail Question continued from January 26 broadcast: Can you explain the difference between once saved, always saved and "they shall never perish"? If eternal salvation (the only kind Jesus gives) is the Gift of God and God takes it back once he has given it, then Salvation never was a gift to begin with; it was a limited warranty item that was voided when man did not fulfill his end of the agreement. When man attaches a "so long as" to God's gift, it immediately becomes anything but a gift. It is no wonder that you have preachers that make statements like "I've been working on my salvation for thirty years now"; They have the idea that Salvation, the Gift of God, is a maintenance agreement, a contract between man and God, that must be upheld on man's end of the contract to finally and ultimately be viable. I want the speakers on this program to tell the audience the last time you gave your wives a gift and them took it back because they didn't fulfill their end of the agreement (keep the rules that came with the gift). You cannot have it both ways; say that Salvation is eternal and It is the Gift of God and then say that it will be taken away if not properly maintained. I dare you to practice on your wives what you accuse God of doing regarding a gift; take it back once you have given it.
January 28, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Jim Gore - Kingsport, TN; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN

Discussion - Sugar sticks of those who believe in "Once saved, always saved";
Caller - Caller asking the King James Version versus the New International Version and what is the problem with the New International Version; Caller - Are you familiar with Dr. Ben A Byrd's program "The Bread Of Life" and what is your opinion of his program?, What is a Campbellite?.
January 26, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-mail Question: Can you explain the difference between once saved, always saved and "they shall never perish"? If eternal salvation (the only kind Jesus gives) is the Gift of God and God takes it back once he has given it, then Salvation never was a gift to begin with; it was a limited warranty item that was voided when man did not fulfill his end of the agreement. When man attaches a "so long as" to God's gift, it immediately becomes anything but a gift. It is no wonder that you have preachers that make statements like "I've been working on my salvation for thirty years now"; They have the idea that Salvation, the Gift of God, is a maintenance agreement, a contract between man and God, that must be upheld on man's end of the contract to finally and ultimately be viable. I want the speakers on this program to tell the audience the last time you gave your wives a gift and them took it back because they didn't fulfill their end of the agreement (keep the rules that came with the gift). You cannot have it both ways; say that Salvation is eternal and It is the Gift of God and then say that it will be taken away if not properly maintained. I dare you to practice on your wives what you accuse God of doing regarding a gift; take it back once you have given it.
January 21, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN

Discussion - Once Saved, Always Saved
Continuing the E-Mail from last program - Thank you once again for your candidness and honesty concerning the gospel. Sometime could you cover the scripture that states "we are sealed unto the say of redemption." I've had people tell me that they can do no wrong and are saved and because of that verse, Ephesians 4:30, they're going to heaven regardless of what they do after they were once saved, God bless you, P.S. I did not write to be recognized in and of itself. I would simply like to hear your opinion on these topics, Thank you once again;
Caller - How a preacher says that Church of Christ people are going to hell and making fun of using laptops;
Caller - If a man can be unsealed when he is sealed, how many times can that happen, or once he's unsealed he's lost forever and will go to hell?;
Caller - Would you please explain John 5:24?, If the man repents, does he need to be baptized again?;
Caller - Comments on the Baptist, their tradition and following God.
January 19, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

Comments about wine while dealing with intoxicating drink;
Commenting on Kathy Griffin's comments;
E-Mail - To whom it may concern, This week was the first time I heard your broadcast on 690 AM WZAP. On Tuesday, you talked about how Mormons and others do not believe the same as the Bible teaches us, and on Thursday it was on several things such as "once saved, always saved." After hearing how, you showed by many scriptures that the "once in grace, always in grace" teaching is not taught to us in the Bible. I was so very relieved. So rarely is the truth of the Bible taught these days. But to hear such a glorious revelation being taught on the radio, hallelujah. Thank you for being so bold and may God bless your ministry greatly. I was curious to know your thoughts and teachings on foot washing in churches. In John 13:4-17, it tells of Jesus washing the feet of His disciples and telling them that "they should do the same to one another." The scripture does not specify if we are to do this now or if it was meant only for that period of time and for those people;
Continuing with E-Mail - My personal opinion on this that we should wash feet in church and have done so. In doing so we place everyone on the same level, if you will where no one is above the other including our pastor and deacons. Afterward you can see the love in the church. I too have excluded myself from a foot washing at one point. You see, a week before our young daughter was assaulted by her babysitter and I had not yet come to forgive this act and felt my heart was vexed. I feel you must be, well, I feel that I must have no aught against another if I wish to participate in a foot washing and communion. Thank you once again for your candidness and honesty concerning the gospel.
January 14, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN; Adam Horn - Lebanon, VA; Jim Gore - Kingsport, TN; Lon Schuler - Kingsport, TN

E-mail - I'm amazed but not surprised that you reached the conclusion you did in your question. What would your immediate response be to someone who asked you, "What must I do to be saved?" You cited Acts 2:37 as an example of this question and in Acts 2:38 as the response. You sir, have read into Acts 2:37 words that are not there "to be saved." What amazes me is that you ignore an exact illustration of this question to use as your example Acts 16:30-31 and instead use scripture that favors your theological bias which demands that these words be read into the scripture. I am glad to report to the speakers on this program that my immediate response to someone asking, "What must I do to be saved?" would be exactly the same as the Bible records Paul and the others gave, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved and thy house" Acts 16:31. Unlike your example, the Scripture that I cite needs no implied or inferred words that do not exist in order to reach a conclusion;
Letter - To whom it may concern, This week was the first time I heard your broadcast on 690 AM WZAP. On Tuesday, you talked about how Mormons and others do not believe the same as the Bible teaches us, and on Thursday it was on several things such as "once saved, always saved." After hearing how, you showed by many scriptures that the "once in grace, always in grace" teaching is not taught to us in the Bible. I was so very relieved. So rarely is the truth of the Bible taught these days. But to hear such a glorious revelation being taught on the radio, hallelujah. Thank you for being so bold and may God bless your ministry greatly. I was curious to know your thoughts and teachings on foot washing in churches. In John 13:4-17, it tells of Jesus washing the feet of His disciples and telling them that "they should do the same to one another." The scripture does not specify if we are to do this now or if it was meant only for that period of time and for those people;
Caller - If a man had never know Christ and he gets saved under the conviction of the Spirit, and on his way to the river bank or where ever he is being baptized at was to be in an automobile accident or something and his life was ended right then. Would that man make it to heaven? .
January 12, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA

Discussion: Continuation of the topic Sermons That Jesus Would Preach.
January 7, 2010

Host: Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA
Panel: Michael M. Jordan - Marion, VA; Tony Hoss - Kingsport, TN; Lon Shuler - Kingsport, TN

Discussion: Sermons That Jesus Would Preach.
January 5, 2010

Host: Wesley Simons - Elizabethton, TN
Panel: Tim Phillips - Dean Of Instructors at the TCSOP; Bill Haywood - Abingdon, VA

E-Mail Questions - Has it ever occurred to you that the theology of Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses concerning salvation are the same as the Church of Christ, baptismal remission of sins? Are you prepared to embrace them as brothers because of this? Are you also aware that all these denominations, Church of Christ, Mormons, had the same historical founding period early 1800's, what is your reaction to these undeniable facts?.

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