Joe Thorn Jimmy Fowler

Dogs in Heaven?

Joe and Jimmy get an email from a listener about pets, dogs in particular, and whether or not we will see them in heaven. Is this life the only existence our pets will know? Plus, we finally get to a cigar question.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Conviction and Communication

Today Jimmy and Joe wind up talking about church communication and conviction by revisiting a topic they hit on Monday’s episode, and answering one listener’s email about his own church. A brother, and member of First Baptist Church Jacksonville, pushed back on our discussion of FBC’s new membership requirement. And another listener emailed us about his struggle to stay at a church he loves.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Church Covenants

The guys heard about a church requiring its members to sign a statement on biblical sexuality to retain their standing in the church. The guys talk about it, church covenants, and the covenant used at Redeemer Fellowship.REDEEMER FELLOWSHIP IS HIRING!You heard that Redeemer Fellowship is hiring a full-time Associate Pastor of Discipleship and a part-time Youth Leader, right? Details are here.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Discerning God's Will?

This episode was originally recorded for Banter of Truth, but we are sharing it with everyone today. In this episode Joe and Jimmy talk through the passing of Joe's dad in a way that might make you uncomfortable, but is helpful for Joe. Then the guys answer a listener’s email about God’s will. Is it possible to be outside of God’s will apart from what Scripture says?Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Materialism in the Church

Jimmy and Joe talk through a listener’s question on materialism in the church. Thanks for the message, Chad!REDEEMER FELLOWSHIP IS HIRING?You heard that Redeemer Fellowship is hiring a full-time Associate Pastor of Discipleship and a part-time Youth Leader, right? Details are here.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Coffee and the Church

Today we talk with coffee roaster Eric Andersen of Fresh Ground Roasting about roasting, coffee, and coffee’s place in today’s church.GET FREE SHIPPING WITH YOUR FRESHGROUND ROASTING ORDEROur listeners can order some amazing coffee from FreshGround Roasting and get free shipping by using this link, or by using the “DocAndDevo” discount code at checkout. Offer is good through April 30th!And if your church is looking to get set up with great coffee for your congregation hit the “Wholesale” link at the top of their website for information and how to reach out to get the ball rolling.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

More on Deconstructio

Today Jimmy and Joe get back into the issue of deconstruction and caring for those who wander, while interacting with a tweet from Mark Driscoll.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Glory and Godliness

We bring Dr. Jason Alligood back onto the podcast to talk about glory and godliness, or how the promise of glory is a motive to godly living. Joe and Jason wound up talking about Extreme’s 1992 album, III Sides to Every Story, and the song, Am I Ever Gonna Change? You can watch the video below, but beware – there’s a cuss word in the song. If you have 20 minutes, listen to the last three songs of the album (including, Am I Ever Gonna Change?) which ends in a creative and moving composition of all three melodies.Get all the links and show notes at this podcast at — Inquiries:

Self-Appointed Prophets

Jimmy and Joe are back, catching up, and talking about one of Joe’s tweets that got some pushback. Are self-appointed teachers and “reformers” helping or hurting the church? The guys get into it and have some fun along the way.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Mormon Theology with Dr. Ed Romine

Our first interview of 2023 is with our good friend Dr. Ed Romine, Pastor of Education and Evangelism at FBC Provo. Joe asks Ed what are the fundamental problems with Mormon theology, and where to take the conversation when the come to your front door.Get all the show notes, link, and recommended reading at this podcast at — Inquiries:

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