My two collaborators, Watcher and MD, have already posted our first installment of the Iron Rod Podcast. Many of my readers (those who are still around after I have been largely absent in order to focus on my forthcoming book) are also familiar with their two blogs.
The three of us decided recently to join forces to discuss Scripture, church history and promote searching the Word of God. While we don’t always agree on the details, the three of us share a love and respect for Scripture, placing it in primacy over the philosophies of men.
So nice to hear from you again.
The podcast felt like a breath of fresh air.
Curious though why the cryptically vague reference about a “recent blog comment… leading to a whole new rabbit hole”. Share more haha. I follow all three blogs and specifically love the comment sections and had no idea if that’s a generic reference or an actual recent occurrence haha. Forgive my curiosity anyway.
But really it helped me not feel so alone, it really made my day better and gave me a hope for similar fellowship in my own life. Thanks
Hi Nicole. Glad you enjoyed it. The cryptic reference was to a video in the comments section of Measuring Doctrine’s blogpost about Jehovah, Part 2. The video is of an Evangelical Christian professor named Michael Heiser. He adheres strictly to the Bible and explains things that really resonated with the three of us. He talked about God having a divine counsel, and also about Jehovah (Yahweh) as being both a Spirit (the Father) and a physical presence (the Son). It was very enlightening and I have just finished reading his book, The Unseen Realm. Highly recommended.
Debbie Streeter said:
breath of fresh air….yes.
Debbie Streeter said:
I loved finding out that this blog and becauseIamwatching are two different blogs!!! HA!! Go figure…………………….love love love that there is a podcast. I have been lucky enough to not go “atheist” in this faith crisis situation but my eyes have become WIDE OPEN, I have shed many tears over this whole situation. I consider you three “teachers” for my journey. I very much look forward to this next stage (podcast).