Is there really a talking snake in Genesis 3? “Bible Answer Man” host Hank Hanegraaff tackles the question of whether Satan, as a serpent, actually spoke words to Eve in the Garden of Eden.
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Dr. Gerardo Martí joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to discuss Robert H. Schuller's remarkable success with the Crystal Cathedral—and why Schuller's influential ministry collapsed so suddenly.
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Philip Yancey joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to talk about his new memoir, "Where the Light Fell," a story of suffering and God's mysterious grace.
"The reason it's so easy to overlook Jesus’ genius," says Erwin McManus, "is that his canvas is the human spirit.”
"Sometimes you leave because you love a people," says Beth Moore, "and sometimes it is an act of protest.”
“You name any issue on the table today in the church at large," says Beth Moore, "it's somewhere most likely reflected in [Galatians].”