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The Bellator Christi Podcast with Pastor Brian Chilton

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Classical Christian Apologetics, Biblical Theology, and Christian Living. Be sure to check out Pastor Brian's website at http://bellatorchristi.com. Also, be sure to visit Pastor Brian's YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/BCPowerman.

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The Old Testament is often avoided by Christians due to its complexity. Among the complex books in the Old Testament, more controversy has come from the Book of Genesis than perhaps any other. However, both the Book of Genesis and the Old Testament both hold great value for the believer in Christ. Today we are joined by Dr. Chet Roden. Dr. Roden completed his Ph.D. at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Old Testament studies in Wake Forest, North Carolina; his M.Div. also at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; and his B.A. from Baptist College of Florida. Dr. Roden currently serves as the Chair of Biblical Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia where he also serves as the professor of Old Testament and Beginning Hebrew. Dr. Roden also spends much of his summers on archaeological digs in Israel; serves as pastor; is a die-hard Alabama football fan; and plays a mean banjo with his bluegrass group. Join us today as we welcome the multi-talented Dr. Chet Roden as as we discuss Dr. Roden's new book 30 Days to Genesis and the importance of Old Testament studies.
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Our world seems to be unraveling at its seams. Just this week alone, we learned of the death of a godly priest, stabbings in Japan, and endless shootings. Despite the chaos of the day, the believer can still find peace. How? Such peace is... more

Report after report notes the great divisions that exist between races and ethnicities in our time. However, such does not need to be the case. In the midst of all this racial division stands a church in Indianland, South Carolina that... more

Racism is afflicting our nation. Riots are breaking out. Anger is increasing. Resentment is taking hold. Yet, we are reminded in the Scriptures that "There is no longer Jew or Gentile, slave or free, male and female. For you are all one... more

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Since the earliest times of the Church, Christians have sought understanding on how they should blend with the culture. Monks decided to separate themselves completely from the culture. Others created systems of church-run... more

This year marks the 240th anniversary of Independence Day. Independence Day marks the date on July 4th, 1776 when the United States of America declared its independence from England by the signing of the Declaration of Independence.... more

Order is important in life. Understanding the order of operations helps a person see the big picture. But what order did God follow when arranging creation? This topic has been a subject of debate for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.... more

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Today we talk with pastor, apologist, and chaplain Jason Kline. Jason received his Master of Divinity degree in Theology from Liberty University, his Bachelor of Science in Religion and Business also from Liberty University, chaplaincy... more

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