The Robert J. Morgan Podcast podcast

The Robert J. Morgan Podcast

Robert J. Morgan

Is your understanding of the Bible weak or fragmented? Do you understand and appreciate the heritage Christians have because of the Bible? The Bible can be intimidating with its 66 books written over thousands of years, just like the rich heritage born from its pages. How can we understand Scripture as a whole as well as its parts? How do we know it can be trusted? How has it changed the world? Become a listener, and you can expect to gain a grasp on Scripture better than ever. Best-selling author and Bible-teaching pastor of over 40 years Robert J. Morgan has spent a lifetime educating and energizing Christians with his easy-to-understand books, sermons, lessons, and stories. Robert J. Morgan helps people gain a grasp on the Bible as a whole and each of its 66 books, their chapters, and verses by exploring and explaining historical context and by incorporating masterful stories and illustrations along with practical application. You'll be inspired to let the Bible change your everyday life. You can also expect to grow in your understanding and appreciation of Christian heritage. Robert J. Morgan has written multiple volumes on stories behind the great Christian Hymns. Alongside these, his other volumes tell stories from church history related to key figures, dates, and great Biblical passages. He's also the author of 100 Bible Verses that Made America, which is a Biblical "tour" through American History. Whether you want to better understand the Bible, its impact on history, or its implications in your life, the Robert J. Morgan podcast is for you.

86 Episodes

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    BONUS: Interview with Dr. Jarrett Stephens

    19:22

    During the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns, Dr. Jarrett Stephens was inundated with questions from his congregation: "Why is this happening? What is God doing?" He was struck with the truth of the Always God, and the fact that He has not changed, and we are not forgotten. In this bonus episode, Rob Morgan interviews Dr. Stephens about this topic and powerful elements of Dr. Stephens' testimony. Support this podcast
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    Unstoppable: A Study through Acts - Part 36

    28:50

    Do you feel surrounded? Trapped by problems without number? You don't want to miss today's podcast! Believers may be surrounded, but we're never trapped! The story of Paul's hearing before Felix and Agrippa in Acts 25-26 has him literally surrounded by adversity. His response is masterful. We'll explore this incredible scene, and end with some Psalms that teach us about being surrounded by trouble, but also by the Lord's presence. Support this podcast
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    Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 35

    26:40

    Are you a procrastinator? Some things are dangerous to put off. Governor Felix told Paul "I will call for you at a more convenient time". Let's look at Acts 24 and explore how important and urgent our spiritual decisions are. Support this podcast
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    Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 34

    36:36

    When you're feeling your worst, who's the one person you want present to comfort you? You don't want to miss today's podcast episode, where we'll look at what I call "The Jesus Visits", as we continue our study through Acts. Support this podcast
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    Bonus Episode: Two Kinds of Prayer - Two Kinds of Answers

    31:42

    Prayer can take many forms, but two we see highlighted in the book of Daniel are important to understand: regular prayer and rigorous prayer. Support this podcast
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    Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 33

    31:34

    Can questions change your life? They did mine. On today's podcast, we'll look at two questions that can create a quality life like none other. We'll continue our study in Acts 22, as Paul faces persecution, arrest, and subsequent opportunities to preach Christ that emerged--specifically through his testimony that involves two crucial questions he asked Jesus. Support this podcast
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    Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 32

    34:04

    Have you ever given up? Is it ever appropriate? Today's podcast episode covers Acts 21, where we encounter believers who do just that: give up. Not in a negative sense, though, but in surrender to God's will. Let's look at this chapter together and learn the healthy way to give up! Support this podcast
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    Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 31

    28:56

    What if you were asked to preach a message of instruction to all pastors and church leaders on earth. Imagine your message could travel across time to everyone? And what if you could only use 400 words? What would you say? I like to call Paul's sermon in Acts 20 "400 Words for Kingdom Workers". Support this podcast
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    Bonus: Jesus and the Manuscripts - Interview with Dr. Craig A. Evans and Dr. Jeremiah Johnston

    35:02

    Can we trust what's written down and copied about Jesus? You'll want to hear today's podcast episode where Rob is joined by Dr. Craig A. Evans, a brilliant scholar and teacher in areas of apologetics including archaeology, to talk about original manuscripts about Jesus and why they can be trusted. He's the director of Strategic Studies and Distinguished Professor of Christian Origins at Houston Baptist University.  He's authored hundreds of articles and reviews and has published more than seventy books. Professor Evans has given lectures at Cambridge, Durham, Oxford, Yale, and many other universities, colleges, seminaries, and museums, such as the Field Museum in Chicago and the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa. He also regularly lectures and gives talks at popular conferences and retreats on the Bible and Archaeology, and Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Evans has appeared many times in television programs on History Channel, BBC, Dateline NBC, and others. Dr. Evans served as consultant on the National Geographic Society’s Gospel of Judas project and for The Bible television miniseries. He also participates annually in archeological digs in the Middle East and volunteer-teaches at schools world-wide. Professor Evans and his wife Ginny live in Richmond, Texas, and have two grown daughters and a grandson. Visit christianthinkers.com and craigAevans.com to learn more about Dr. Evans and his ministry. Support this podcast
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    BONUS: New Book - Great Is Thy Faithfulness First Chapter

    9:54

    In this episode, Rob reads from his upcoming release of Great Is Thy Faithfulness, a 52-week devotional book available for pre-order from Amazon now shipping September 21st 2021. Support this podcast

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