1. The lesson of Malachi reveals God’s love for his people. When the people ask for proof of God’s love, he reminds them of their election.
  2. Sin, death, and Satan may have had more than a puncher's chance to beat us, but when God stepped into the ring, they should have admitted defeat and thrown in the towel.
  3. Alright. That’s it. No more Old Testament proofs for you. Gillespie and Riley continue to read and discuss Erasmus’ diatribe on Salvation and Free Will. This episode, how to squeeze free will out of the Old Testament.
  4. Yeah, well, you know, that’s just, like, your opinion, man! Gillespie and Riley continue to read and discuss Erasmus’ diatribe on Free Will and Salvation. How does Erasmus read the Bible and how does his interpretation continue to influence the church today? How does Erasmus’ anthropology determine how the church continues to preach and teach Christian doctrine?
  5. Yeah, well, you know, that’s just, like, your opinion, man! Gillespie and Riley continue to read and discuss Erasmus’ diatribe on Free Will and Salvation. How does Erasmus read the Bible and how does his interpretation continue to influence the church today? How does Erasmus’ anthropology determine how the church continues to preach and teach Christian doctrine?
  6. Hey, careful, man, there’s a theologian here! Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Erasmus of Rotterdam’s discourse on The Freedom of The Will. In his debate with Martin Luther, how did Erasmus lose the battle but win the war over the doctrine of free will? How does it continue to influence the church today?
  7. You’re not making Christianity better; you’re making Stoicism worse. Gillespie and Riley continue their discussion of free will and predestination by reading Clement of Alexandria. Where does the doctrine of free will originate? What happens when a Christian blends biblical theology and philosophy? Why doesn’t Riley like Star Wars sermons?
  8. I thought we had something, but then you do and pull this. Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Iranaeus on free will and predestination. What part do Christians play in their salvation? Do we choose to sin? Who goes to hell?
  9. Just Think of This As a Friendly Test That Could Get You Thrown into Hell, Or Not... Your Choice. Why do we demand that the choice be ours as regards our salvation or damnation? How does the doctrine of free will result in us hating God and each other? What about the influence of free will and predestination on popular culture?
  10. The Only Wrong Choice Is to Not Make a Choice... Where does the belief in free will originate? Is free will a biblical doctrine? How does Justin’s teaching on free will and salvation still influence the church and western culture today?
  11. The following is an excerpt from “Crucifying Religion” written by Donavon Riley (1517 Publishing, 2019).
  12. The Church of Jesus Christ is and stays Jesus' Church whether we decide it is or not.