The Podechesis Podcast: On God: Part 2

An Idol is anything that absorbs your heart and imagination more than God.” – Timothy Keller, Counterfeit Gods

So, how many gods are there really?  Is it possible to worship more than one god if there is only one, true God?  Many of us aren’t bowing before golden calves so we can’t be idolaters, correct?  Is idolatry truly the sin of our age?

In this episode of The Podechesis Podcast, Allen, Jim and Brett talk about question 5 in John Wesley’s Revision of the Westminster Shorter Catechism, “Are there more gods than one?”  During this discussion, the boys will talk about what gods demand their worship, why worshipping the one, true, living God is not limiting; its life giving, how following Jesus demands us to take a deep look at what truly has our hearts.

Along the way, Allen will confess that he has an altar in his office to UGA, Jim will try to convince us that M&Ms should be perfectly fine being used as communion wafers, and Brett will confess his love for dad jokes.   

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Important Links for Episode 6

Wesley’s Revision of the Shorter Catechism (From Seedbed.com): https://store.seedbed.com/collections/the-john-wesley-collection/products/wesleys-revision-of-the-shorter-catechism

Wikipedia article of Westminster Shorter Catechism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westminster_Shorter_Catechism

Knowing God by J. I. Packer

Books on World Religion

Christianity at the Religious Roundtable by Timothy Tennent

Neighboring Faiths by Winfred Corduan

History of The World’s Religions by David Noss and Blake Grangaard

Scripture Proofs

Deuteronomy 6

Jeremiah 10

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