It’s been two weeks since Core Christianity, with Dr. Michael Horton and Pastor Adriel Sanchez, launched nationwide. And already, listeners are responding with positive feedback and great questions. Just this past week, Mike and Adriel answered these questions on the air:
“What does Paul mean in Philippians 2:12 when he says, “Continue to work out your faith with fear and trembling?”
“Should we forgive everyone who sins against us? What about people who sin against us over and over?”
“How would you apply the gospel to someone who’s suffered domestic violence?”
Each Core Christianity broadcast has a great mix of topics that range from the practical to the theological, and Mike and Adriel always tackle each question with insight and wisdom.
As Mike wrote recently on Core Christianity’s website about his new radio program:
Adriel Sanchez and I want to get the great truths of the Christian faith to you and your neighbors. We want the grand vision of a grand God to reorient your life towards love, hope, and beauty. We want to empower you to live with joy, hope, and confidence by directing you to Jesus Christ as we unpack what the Bible says about what matters most.
This is why we have built this program as a question and answer Bible program. We want to hear from you, our listeners, to empower you to know Jesus more deeply. We want to tap into those questions that aren’t getting answered in other places and to help you understand what the Christian faith is really all about. Your questions about the Bible, Christianity, and the Christian Life matter to God, which is why he has given us this opportunity to serve you. Our goal is to help you apply the truth of God’s Word and God’s grace to your everyday lives.
In this show, we come to you with the simple yet grand truth of the Bible. The Bible is the only source of our answers, answers you can trust because the Bible gives us the truth. The Bible tells us who we are, that we are created in God’s image yet as fallen sinners, rebels for no good reason against a good Father. It tells us what God has done to rescue us from our treason and rebellion and to make us his own justified and adopted children.
What could be more core about Christianity than this!