In this episode of The Interpreter Radio Show, our host is Martin Tanner. He discusses Come, Follow Me New Testament lesson 39 and critical comments that say the Restored Gospel was not necessary. You can listen to or download the August 27th broadcast of the Interpreter Radio Show below. These audio tracks are also included in our podcast feed (https://interpreterfoundation.org/feeds/podcast).
The “New Testament in Context” portion of this show, for the Come, Follow Me New Testament lesson 39, “God Loveth a Cheerful Giver” covering 2 Corinthians 8-13, will also be posted separately later today.
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Original air date: August 27, 2023. These recording have been edited to remove commercial breaks.
|The New Testament in Context Lesson 39: “God Loveth a Cheerful Giver” covering 2 Corinthians 8-13
|Gospel Advocacy: Critics say the Restored Gospel was not necessary because Christianity still existed at the time of the restoration, the New Testament still existed, and the fundamental belief in Jesus as our Savior still existed. However, these fundamental concepts were lost during the Great Apostasy and needed to be restored: The nature of God (not the un-Biblical Trinitarian concept) needed to be restored. The idea that God the Father is a person, a resurrected glorified person, as we read in the opening verses of Hebrews Chapter 1, and understand through the First Vision, needed to be restored. Also, the idea of ongoing revelation through Apostles and Prophets, Aaronic and Melchizedek Priesthood restoration was necessary
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