SMChill08.21.21 Tetragrammaton!

SMChill08.21.21 Tetragrammaton!

Grab your favorite cup of warm, tasty life-altering potion, get busy on your favorite knick-knackery, and enjoy the ride, the heartbeat of the Mad Christian network is the community that gathers here, so don’t hesitate to jump into the comments. Mad Agents stand ready to assist you with slices of meme pizza and any encouragement or direction you need. It’s a village, not a club, and we plan to be here a while: like, till the end of the world. So calm down: remember that rest is from God: and thank him for Saturday mornings on which there is no better thing to do than ponder life in his universe and… chill.

This week, the Mad Christian and Meredith speak about:

00:00 Opening

00:41 Title

06:05 Worried that emotions are sinful

20:12 Hard times drive people people to the Scripture

21:05 The Psalter is for fighting Tchthulu

23:01 Damnation and shame: Hell is good news

26:42 Break

30:24 Burned out trying to find others who take their faith seriously

33:06 Hebrew and the Tetragrammaton

33:56 Why was Saul’s repentance rejected?

44:29 Emotional and physical purity, prudence and folly while engaged to be married

1:01:13 Porn is damaging

1:32:48 Contentment, excellence and quietism

1:48:50 Will baptism save my grandmother with dementia?

1:58:33 How to respond to claims early Christians used psychedelics during Communion

1:05:16 How to respond to the claim that demon-possession in the Word was only mental illness

1:06:40 Break

1:10:34 Divorce and remarriage and troubled consciences

1:24:34 Sins of ignorance vs high-handed sin

1:28:46 Grieving with those who are divorced, CPTSD and learning to cry

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