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Dr. Danny's Teacher-to-Teacher Podcast

Nov 20, 2020

  • Why?: Why do you think your teaching is authoritative?
  • What?: Some teachers think their teaching is authoritative because of their position in the church. Others, because they know and communicate the Bible well. Some even think that if they speak in authoritative ways—whatever that is—that their teaching has...


Nov 13, 2020

  • Why?: Does teaching in the Great Commission apply to every Christian in the same way?
  • What?: At the end of Matthew's gospel, he records Jesus' Great Commission to the church to make disciples by having a heart to reach the lost, baptizing new believers, and teaching all disciples to obey everything Jesus has commanded....


Nov 6, 2020

  • Why?: What does a teaching ministry have to do with baptizing?
  • What?: In the Great Commission recorded in Matthew chapter 28, Jesus commissions His disciples to make disciples. Having a heart to go to the lost, the church is to baptize those who become disciples of Jesus as their first act of obedience as new...


Oct 30, 2020

  • Why?: If "Go" is not the Commission, what does "Go, therefore…" have to do with the Great Commission?
  • What?: The Great Commission recorded in Matthew chapter 28, verses 19 and 20 begins with "Go, therefore…" Many focus on the going as if the only way to carry out the Great Commission is to "go on mission" to some...


Oct 23, 2020

  • Why?: The Great Commission is recorded at the end of Matthew's Gospel, but what is the commission?
  • What?: In Matthew's Gospel, chapter 28, verses 19 and 20, Matthew records Jesus' Great Commission for the church. Jesus said to His first disciples: "Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the...