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Invisible Faith (James 2)

james keystones podcast Aug 27, 2020

In James 2 we discuss one of the most controversial passages in the New Testament: “Faith without works is dead” (2:26).

What does James mean by this?

We discover that true Biblical faith moves beyond objective facts to experiential reality. And, it turns out that BOTH of these are...

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It’s All Joy (James 1)

james keystones podcast Aug 20, 2020

This talk kicks off a 5-part series on the book of James. Join us as we walk through this 5-chapter powerhouse of a book, using the Keystones approach as our guide.

In James 1, we learn about trials, trouble, and tribulation…

… and we discover that James says we should “chalk...

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Another C.S. Lewis Eleventary

eleventary Aug 17, 2020

Clive Staples Lewis was a British writer and theologian. He held academic positions in English literature at Oxford and Cambridge and is known for his Chronicles of Narnia and other writings.

“‘Safe?' said Mr. Beaver; 'don’t you hear what Mrs. Beaver tells you? Who said anything...

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Umberto Eco & Why You Should Read Deep & Wide

podcast Aug 13, 2020

George reads a lot. And a lot of what he reads is very different from what most people read.

Among his most enduring influences is the great Italian academic semioticist Umberto Eco (1932-2016).

On this episode of the StandfastCast podcast, Karen asks George about why it is that this rather...

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An Umberto Eco Eleventary

eleventary Aug 10, 2020

Umberto Eco was an Italian novelist, literary critic, philosopher, and professor.

1. “I love the smell of book ink in the morning."

2. “There is nothing more wonderful than a list, that instrument of wondrous hypotyposis.”

3. “A democratic civilization will save itself...

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The Expulsive Power of a New Affection

podcast Aug 06, 2020

In 1819, when he was at the height of his influence and effectiveness, Thomas Chalmers preached a sermon on growing in Christ and resistance to temptation and sin.  It has been heralded as a classic ever since.

The sermon has been particularly influential in George’s life,...

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An Ambrose Bierce Eleventary

eleventary Aug 03, 2020

Bierce was an American short story writer, journalist, poet, and Civil War veteran who was known for his social commentary.

1. Politics is the strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles; the conduct of public affairs for private advantage.

2. The lottery is tax on people who are...

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Things Worth Doing (Throwback #6)

podcast throwback Jul 30, 2020

Brent Hebert introduces this talk…

He says he had the pleasure of meeting George Grant 2 or 3 years ago at the For God & Truth Conference in Trinity, Alabama.

Brent adds, “It has been said that if you want to know the heart and love of a pastor, take a glimpse at his library and...

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A Thomas Sowell Eleventary

eleventary Jul 27, 2020

Thomas Sowell dropped out of Stuyvesant High School and served in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War. He later became an economist and social theorist who is currently a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.

1. People who enjoy meetings should not be in...

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The Begats of Geneaology (Throwback #5)

podcast throwback Jul 23, 2020

Tim Yarbrough introduces this “throwback” talk in which George discusses how God uses covenantal succession through people… even the unexpected people.

Turns out, the Lord only has imperfect people to use. That means, we’re all— by His grace— qualified.

(This...

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