Lyndon Unger: The History of the Renewal Movement

May 23, 2015

LyndonUnger Lyndon Unger is a pastor, teacher, and blogger at Watch Your Life and Doctrine Closely…, and recently spoke on the Renewal Movement at the Last Days Bible Conference in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The first session of that conference in which he spoke was on the History of the Renewal Movement, and our podcast episode this month is further discussion of the topic.



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Tony Miano: Misconceptions About Christianity

April 25, 2015


but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect1 Peter 3:15

Tony Miano returns for another episode of Echo Zoe Radio. Tony is a retired Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff, now spending his time sharing the Gospel with people through one-on-one evangelism, open-air preaching, and equipping other Christians to effectively and Biblically share their faith in a dying world. Tony was the perfect guest for this topic because he often encounters all of the misconceptions that we talk about for this episode in his day-to-day evangelism work and is well equipped to answer the challenges that people bring with these misconceptions.



Jerusalem’s King Trailer

March 23, 2015

Jerusalem’s King, a production of the Mount Moriah Foundation, Signet Ring Ministries, and Echo Zoe Ministries, is set to be released next month.

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Jordan Hall: Theonomy

March 14, 2015

View width= Jordan Hall is the pastor of Fellowship Church in Sidney Montana. He founded Pulpit & Pen, Voice in the Wilderness Radio, and Reformation Montana. On February 20th, he debated Joel McDurmon of American Vision on the topic of Theonomy. McDurmon advocated the position “Mosaic civil laws are obligatory for civil governments today”, whereas Hall took the contrary position. Jordan joins me for this episode of Echo Zoe Radio to discuss the doctrine of Theonomy in light of the recent debate.

The timing was providential for Echo Zoe Radio, as Theonomy is a similar view to “Federal Vision,” the topic of the January episode, and is a timely topic to follow the discussion with Dr. R. Scott Clark.



Dr. R. Scott Clark: Federal Vision

February 8, 2015


Dr. R. Scott Clark is a professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Westminster Seminary in Southern California. He’s also an associate minister at at Escondido United Reformed Church in Escondido, California. He has a blog at, where you can also find the Heidelcast, his podcast.

For this episode, Dr. Clark joins me to discuss Federal Vision, an errant teaching that is popular in some Reformed circles. We discuss what it is, as well as the dangers that it presents upon the church.



Bob DeWaay: Salvation & Condemnation

January 1, 2015

In January 2009, we began a series on “The Essentials of the Christian Faith,” with Patrick Szalapski. That episode was an overview of seven essential doctrines of Christianity. Since then, we have taken every January (except 2012) to get specifically into each of the essentials. Bob DeWaay returns this month for his third look at these essential doctrines with us. This time around, we discuss Salvation and Condemnation.

This episode was originally recorded on New Year’s Day as a live Google Hangout “On Air” (the recording of that video is below).



Justin Peters: Trips to Heaven

December 17, 2014

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And just as it is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgmentHebrews 9:27 (ESV)

Over the last few years, there have been several books, movies, and other accounts of people visiting both Heaven and Hell. The three most memorable being Colton Burpo, a (then) four-year-old boy who supposedly visited Heaven; Don Piper, supposedly killed instantly in a car accident, and visited Heaven for 90 minutes before being revived; and Bill Wiese, who claims to have been dead for 23 minutes, visiting Hell during that time.

Justin Peters, of Justin Peters Ministries, travels the US and overseas to give seminars on the Word-Faith movement, and other discernment topics, joins Echo Zoe Radio this month to discuss these stories, and compare them to Scripture and each other to demonstrate their falsehood.



Dan Phillips: The World-Tilting Gospel

November 23, 2014


“These men who have turned the world upside down have come here also, and Jason has received them, and they are all acting against the decrees of Caesar, saying that there is another king, Jesus.”Acts 17:6b-7 ESV

Dan Phillips is pastor of Copperfield Bible Church in Houston, Texas. He has a Master of Divinity from Talbot Theological Seminary. He also writes for the collaborative blog Pyromaniacs, and his own blog, Biblical Christianity. He’s the author of two books, The World-Tilting Gospel, and God’s Wisdom in Proverbs.”

I’ve had in mind to ask Dan for an interview for Echo Zoe Radio for quite some time. His book The World-Tilting Gospel is a wonderful read, about the most dear subject to any Christian’s heart: the Gospel. For this episode, Dan and I discussed the book, and through it, the Gospel.



Nick Coldagelli: The Love of God

October 26, 2014


One of the most commonly held beliefs held by everyone, from evangelical Christians to unbelievers, is that God loves everyone. Christians often present the Gospel by saying that “Jesus loves you and died for your sins.” But is this what the Bible teaches? Who does God love? How does He manifest that love? How does the Bible describe the love of God?

For this month’s podcast episode, Nick Coldagelli returns to share with us his study of God’s love. He lays out what the Bible teaches about the love of God. He also addresses commonly held values held by most Christians that can’t be found in the Scriptures.



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Cameron Buettel: Hillsong

September 13, 2014

Hillsong_Church_New Cameron is a seminary student at the Master’s Seminary in the greater Los Angeles area. He also works at Grace to You, the media ministry of pastor John MacArthur. Cameron has a blog called “The Bottom Line“, and he also has a website at It was on that blog that Cameron published years worth of correspondence and critique of Hillsong, which is a mega church movement and franchise based in Sydney, Australia. Cameron joins me to discuss Hillsong.



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