Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley come back to one of their most popular topics; brothers and sisters.
Questions Covered in This Episode:
- Indisputably: This is something we get more feedback on than just about anything else…why is that?
- How has the culture shift affected this conversation?
- What has been the church's response to the shift in culture?
- What does the biblical doctrine of anthropology related to men and women have to affirm?
- When we say “we need each other,” what does that mean?
- What are the threats and liabilities of relationships? What about not having these relationships?
- Why are we using family-oriented language in this conversation?
- Does this apply to those who are not believers?
- How has this changed us? How has it changed our ministries?
- Why is getting this right crucial?
- Adelphoi (ἀδελφοί): Brothers and sisters. The family of God.
- Philia: A kind of love that exists only among family, not just biologically but spiritually through the blood of Christ.
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