Hello, dear ones, and welcome to this weeks Mega List! Let’s begin with an update of what’s coming on AfterThought next week. Lord willing, Monday I’ll be dropping an episode co-hosted by Instagrammer Becca.Berean whom I affectionately call the Meme Master. We discuss how she was saved out of the Word of Faith movement and what the dangers are within it. Her story gives God the glory, and edifies the listener. On Thursday, I’ll be dropping my interview with Dr. Jason Lisle where we discuss his book The Ultimate Proof for Creation. He gave his testimony, discussed Dr. Bahnsen, presuppositional apologetics, and briefly touches on multiple other topics such as, flat earthism, black holes, and his newest book that he’s currently working on.
On to recommendations! Our brother in the faith, SlimJim, has blessed us with three clips of teaching on trusting the Old Testaments accuracy. You can listen to them here. I’m going to be using his material, and lessons, to create homeschool lessons. Cultish, an Apologia podcast, recently dropped a three part series on Bethel and the New Age. You can list to part one here, part two here, and part three here.
For reviews, today, I want to discuss Costi Hinns book God, Greed, and the Prosperity Gospel. This book was published July, 2019 by Zondervan. Costi Hinn is Benny Hinns nephew, and in this book he details what his life was like within the Prosperity Gospel, why he left, how he was saved, and why it’s important that this movement is rebuked. I’m so thankful to Cost for writing this book, the honesty within shows humility, repentance, and love for those lost inside this movement. I had some audible credits, so I used them to purchase this and a few other books. Costi reads the audiobook Himself, which gives it a real personal touch! You can also find it in kindle, and paper back.
My suggestion to you for this weekend is to read a book, a physical book. I picked up a book the other day, I almost always read kindle or listen to audio, and it was so foreign to read a physical book. Even if it’s just a few chapters, remind yourself what it was life before books were digital. As always, beloved brethren, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.