Joe Thorn Jimmy Fowler

Yoga Pants Panic

This episode of Banter of Truth was recorded last summer, but we are sharing it everyone today in light of the returning discussion about yoga pants and modesty. Licensed Professional Counselor, Krista McDunn joins Joe to get into yoga pants, leggings, bikinis, modesty, and lust. Does it matter what we wear? Why all the focus on women? What about modest men? And how should we better prepare our children, boys and girls, to navigate through a hyper-sexualized culture?Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Denominational Investment and Exhaustion

Today we’ve got Dr. Matt Henslee on the pod t talk about SBC investment, why it matters, and why it can be so tiring. Matt is the associational missionary of Collin Baptist Association and one of the pastors of First Baptist Farmersville. Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

The First London Confession: The Trinity

Today Joe and Jimmy crack open the 1LCF, Article 2, to start in on The Trinity. How should this doctrine lead us to worship? And what’s wrong with this particular article (there is an issue). Want to follow along as we discuss? Pick up The First London Confession by PBHB, and Dr. Renihan’s brilliant exposition of the confession in his For The Vindication of the Truth.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Multiples Services and Wild Hearts

Today we are giving you a peek at our All Access content by sharing an episode of Banter of Truth with you all. In this episode Jimmy and Joe answer listeners’ emails about going to multiple services and the book Wild at Heart.If you like what you hear and want to support the podcast you can subscribe to All Access right in your Podcast player. Look for the link that says support this podcast, click the link and you’re good to go.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

First London Confession, Ch 1 on God

Jump to the 7:45 mark to get straight to the 1LC. Today the guys catch up and then begin to discuss the First London Confession, Chapter 1. The 1LC is good, but deficient. Want to follow along as we discuss? Pick up The First London Confession by PBHB, and Dr. Renihan’s exposition of the confession in his For The Vindication of the Truth.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Quest for Meekness

The guys are back after Spring Break and jump into a classic, Matthew Henry’s Quest for Meekness and Quietness of Spirit. But first, they answer an email from a listener about worship cringe.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Mailbag (Ep. 692)

Jimmy Joe and open up the bag o’ mail and respond to two listeners about who is more woke between the two hosts, and how should a man leave the church he has been part of his whole life? Should he leave at all?Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Witches, Fresca, and Fake Prostetants

Joe and Jimmy answer a listener’s email about the Salem Witch Trials, discuss what flavor the JMac Fresca should be, and a new/cringey publicity stunt that doesn’t seem to be getting any traction.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Christian News

Today you find Joe and Jimmy catching up on something Jimmy missed in Christian news this week, and then they answer an email about good sources for Christian news. Who do they like? Who do they trust? Plus, another giveaway!PBHB GIVEAWAYWe are excited to partner with Particular Baptist Heritage Books and offer a giveaway to our listeners. PBHB has republished Principles and Practices of the Regular Baptists (1883), and we are giving away two of these bad boys!To enter the giveaway hop on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or TikTok and share how Doctrine and Devotion is an encouragement to you, and be sure to include the hashtag #pbhbgiveaway.We will pick 2 winners on Friday evening, March 10th at 10pm CST and announce the winners on Monday the 13th.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

Co-Vocational Ministry?

Video is available on Youtube.We bring in Pastor Vaughn Sanders of First Baptist Church of Bolingbrook to talk about his call to ministry and why he chose to be co-vocational. What benefits and barriers might co-vocational ministry produce? It’s a great conversation, and we know you’re gonna enjoy hearing from Pastor Vaughn.Support this podcast at — Inquiries:

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