The Scripture & Plain Reason Podcast Launches Tomorrow!
The Scripture & Plain Reason Podcast launches tomorrow, Monday, May 2nd. You can listen to the podcast from any of your favorite podcast platforms. We are striving to produce engaging content that affirms both the truth and clarity of Scripture in every episode.
Who is it? Ryan Campbell and Brian Fuller. Most of you at EBBC know Ryan Campbell. He is one of our deacons who leads the finance action team. He is a close friend and we are enjoying preparing, recording and editing these episodes very much. In the first episode, you will get to know each of us a bit better.
What is it? It is a podcast. For those who are not familiar with podcasts, they are basically recorded conversations. We will be having conversations about various areas of contemporary Christian concerns as well as conduct interviews with Christian leaders. Some of the Christian leaders that we have scheduled interviews so far with include Scott Klusendorf, Alisa Childers, Voddie Baucham and Dave Woetzel.
Who is the target audience? Our hope is that the primary audience will be our EBBC family. The podcast format will give us the opportunity to drill down on topics that we may rarely address from the pulpit on Sundays. I am also hopeful that my children and other young people at EBBC will tune in. So. my vision for the podcast is both parental and pastoral.
Why is it called The Scripture & Plain Reason? When Martin Luther was summoned to the Diet of Worms in 1521 he was pressured to recant his teachings. He replied, "Unless I am convinced by Scripture and plain reason...my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. God help me. Amen." The words "Scripture and plain reason" were the inspiration for the name of the podcast. The Scriptures are true. And, the Scriptures are clear.
What could I do? Please subscribe to the podcast through your favorite podcast application. (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon, etc. If you do not have a podcast application, you can listen to it here. And, if it's helpful, consider sharing it with a friend.