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The Two Thieves Podcast will focus on extolling God's mercies, examining scripture, and looking through the lens of a Christian Worldview. We will dialogue on current events, both inside and outside the Church, as well as reviewing other articles, videos, and publications. Like the whole of scripture, this podcast is first and foremost about God, not about man.
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Jun 8, 2017

This week we begin our eschatology series with a brief overview of what’s to come.  We also outline why eschatology is important, how our reformed hermeneutic affects our interpretations, and where all Christians can agree on such a debated topic.

 

Credits:

Intro: Mike B. Fort- “Otherside”

Eschat. Intro:  REM- “It’s the End of the World”

Speaker Clips: Sam Waldron, R.C. Sproul, Voddie Baucham, Wayne Grudem, Doug Wilson and Jeff Durbin

Jun 1, 2017

Are you reformed?  This week we analyze the question.  How is being Reformed different from merely being a Calvinist?  What role do confessions, creeds, and covenants play? How does this theology affect how we view the Law?  Stick around for the end of the episode to catch a sneek peek of our upcoming eschatology series! Thanks for listening!

 

Please leave us a review on iTunes!  Follow the Thieves on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome your feedback to twothievespodcast@gmail.com.

 

Music

Intro: Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Blue Ducks- “Four, Floss, Five, Six”

               Broke for Free- “Something Elated”

Outro: Shai Linne- “Nothing but the Blood”

May 24, 2017

Building off of the recent 2CV conversation that’s been going on, this week we take a look at the Regulative Principle of worship.  What is it?  Is it the correct approach?  How does it compare to the Normative Principle? 

Thank you to all who have rated us on iTunes!  Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and twothievespodcast.com. 

Music

Intro: Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Ari De Niro- “Failed Moments”

                  Mike B. Fort- “Liquid Paper”

Ending: Matthew Smith- “His Love Can Never Fail”

May 17, 2017

Fresh off of vacation, we tackle all of the relevant subjects we encountered during the past few weeks. Where do we each fall on the 2CV controversy?  What do we think about artificial wombs and embryo necklaces?  What about Trump speaking at Liberty University?  And why does Justin like Drake?

As always, thanks for listening!  Please drop us a rating on iTunes.  Follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@Twothieves), and at twothievespodcast.com.  Feedback welcomed at twothievespodcast@gmail.com

Music

Intro: Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Ari De Niro- “Excellent Adventure”

Outro: Dustin Kensrue- “Beautiful Things”

May 10, 2017

This week the Thieves are on summer vacation.  Because we won't be recording a new episode, we decided to put together an episode highlighting the top moments from our best interviews.  Join us as we interview Justin Peters, John Samson, Rusty Thomas, Tony Costa, and Douglas Wilson.  Thanks for listening!

Music

Intro: Mike B. Fort- "This Time"

Outro: Sho Baraka- "Here, 2016"

May 4, 2017

 This week we follow up our “Theology Trumps Politics” episode with an overview of President Trump’s first 100 days.  We seek to answer questions such as:  How should we judge Trump based on biblical standards?  How does Two Kingdom Theology affect our judgement of leaders?  Is it possible to judge civil magistrates outside of a biblical context?  And do the Thieves have an upcoming surprise for our listeners????

As always, thank you for listening.  Please rate us on iTunes!  Follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and our website twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome all feedback to twothievespodcast@gmail.com. 

 

Music

Intro: Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Bombay Bicycle Club- “Shuffle”

End: John Mark McMillan- “Borderland”

Apr 26, 2017

Answering important questions about eschatology and the gospel this week:  What is Isaiah 65 referring to when he speaks of the New Heavens and Earth?  How does ‘this age’ and ‘the age to come’ relate to the covenants?  What eschatological points do we all agree on?  And is the gospel working to make the world better?

You can follow the Two Thieves Podcast on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and at twothievespodcast.com.  Please leave us a rating on iTunes! We also welcome your feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com.  Thank you for listening!

Music

Intro:  Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Ari de Niro- “That Mexican Thing”

                  Moving Mountains- “Hands”

Ending: St. Andrews Hymns-“O Father You are Sovereign”

              Jackie Hill Perry- “I Just Wanna Get There”

Apr 19, 2017

We follow up last week’s discussion on Just War with a talk about Matthew 24 and the Olivet Discourse.  With the recent military aggression overseas, many have been quoting the “wars and rumors of war” found in the discourse.  So what is Jesus teaching his disciples in chapter 24?  Is it an end times prophesy?  Are we seeing it fulfilled today?  Join us as we talk about this often misinterpreted text.

Please rate us on iTunes!  Follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and at twothievespodcast.com.  We also welcome your feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com.  Thank you for listening!

Music

Intro: Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Mike B. Fort- “Best Wishes”

                  Scott Holmes- “Arcade Paradise”

Ending: Kings Kaleidoscope- “I Know”

Apr 12, 2017

Last week, the U.S. struck Syria with tomahawk missiles in retaliation for the chemical attacks on its citizens.  We take a look at such acts through the lens of scriptures and attempt to answer questions such as:  What is Just War Theory?  What can we take from scripture pertaining to just war?  Does the bible justify the type of retaliation we saw from the U.S.? 

As always, we appreciate all of your 5 star ratings on iTunes!  Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and at twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome your feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com.  Thanks for listening!

Music

Intro:  Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Broke for Free- “Night Owl”

                  Mike B. Fort- “A Tear is Falling Down”

Outro: Eshon Burgundy- “Fear of God”

Apr 5, 2017

After a 2 week detour, we continue our discussions on the family.  After speaking about gender roles, complementarianism, and homeschooling, this week we look at discipline and discipleship of children.  How should we understand and approach our children’s sinful nature?  What does scripture have to say directly on these topics?  What mistakes do we all make as Christian parents?  And finally, how is discipline with our children a picture of the Gospel?  Thank you all for listening!

Please leave us a rating on iTunes!  T-shirts are coming soon for those that have taken the time to review us!  Follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and at twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome your feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com.

Music

Intro:  Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Blank Kytt- “RSPN”

                  Jahzzar- “Fire Ahead”

Outro: Kings Kaleidoscope- “Felix Culpa”

Mar 29, 2017

As we look to wrap up the TULIP series this week, our brothers Matt and Wes at the Reformed Outlook join us to talk how Calvinism applies to day to day life.  We discuss what doctrines caused us to examine Reformed soteriology, how Calvinism differs from Reformed theology, and why the sudden resurgence of Reformed doctrine amongst young Christians.  Thanks to all who have listened to the series!

Please rate us on iTunes!  You can follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and on our website at twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome your feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com.  Please also check out our brothers the Laymen’s Cup and Reformed Outlook.  You can find more information about our podcast group at bereanmedianetwork.com. 

Music Credits

Intro:  Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Outro: Sho Baraka- “Road to Humble, 1979”

Mar 22, 2017

Doing our part this week to knock out the "L" in TULIP.  We're diving in to the scope and purpose of the atonement of Jesus and answering questions such as:  Who did Christ die for?  What scriptures do we use to justify our understanding?  What scriptures seemingly rebut limited atonement?  Thanks for listening!

If you haven't already, check out the first 2 episodes of the series from our friends at the Laymen's Cup and Reformed Outlook.

Check us out on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and at www.twothievespodcast.com.  Feel free to send feedback to twothievespodcast@gmail.com

Music

Intro: Mike B. Fort- "This Time"

Dialogue: Scott Holmes- "Jump for Joy"

              Benjamin Banger- "...Y'all I'm Goin Pop"

Outro: Shai Linne- "Nothing But the Blood"

Mar 15, 2017

Justin Peters of Justin Peters Ministries joins us this week as we discuss the hyper-charismatic and word of faith movements.  You may know Justin from the Strange Fire conference or from his Clouds Without Water conferences.  In this episode, we listen to clips from prominent false teachers such as Bill Johnson, Sid Roth, Rodney Howard-Browne, and Todd Bentley as brother Peters exegetically breaks down what goes on in these movements. We hope this interview is as eye opening and encouraging for you as it was for us.  Soli Deo Gloria!

Please rate us on iTunes!  You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and our newly revamped website at www.twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome all of your feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com.  Thanks for listening!

Music 

Intro: Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Blank & Kytt- “RSPN”

Outro: Shai Linne- “False Teachers”  

Mar 8, 2017

As the culture becomes more secular and the state its God, homeschooling is becoming the education of choice for more and more Christian parents.  So how should Christians feel about the homeschool vs. public/private school debate?  Of course we can't answer the question for all parents, but in this episode we outline why we've chosen homeschool and why we believe it's supported by scripture.

 

Please rate us on iTunes!  Also check us out on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and at www.twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome all feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com

 

Music:

Intro: Mike B. Fort- "This Time"

Dialogue: Jahazzar- "Look Inside"

               Fleslit- "Immortal"

Outro: Matthew Smith- "His Love Can Never Fail"

Mar 1, 2017

A follow up to last week’s episode, we continue to tackle gender.  This week WNBA star Candice Wiggins opened up about discrimination she faced in the league for being straight.  We talk about her story and use it as a springboard to discuss gender roles in culture.  We also take a look at what scripture has to say about gender and how we should interpret cultural context of verses. 

Please rate us on iTunes.  Check us out on Facebook, Twitter (@twothieves), and our website www.twothievespodcast.com.  We also welcome your feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com.

Music

Intro:  Mike B. Fort-“This Time”

Dialogue: Benjamin Banger- “Ric Flair”

                  Jahazzar- “Please Listen Carefully”

Outro: Sho Baraka-“30 & Up”

Feb 22, 2017

This week we dive into gender roles in marriage.  More specifically, Egalitarianism vs. Complementarianism.  What is the biblical call of men and women inside and outside of marriage?  Are men and women equal in every way?  Or has the bible called them to play separate, distinct roles?  Most importantly, did Justin single handedly get Boogie Cousins traded to the Pelicans? Join us this week as we dive in!

 

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Music

Intro:  Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Broke for Free- “Something Elated”

                  Blue Ducks- “Four Floss Five Six”

Outro:  Shai Linne- “Perfect Love”  

Feb 15, 2017

After 4 weeks of amazing guests, this week we unwind and debrief.  Not only do we highlight our favorite moments over the past few weeks, we also talk about everything from Christians and alcohol, immigration, the NBA, and Trump’s latest LGBT flub.  Even though this is a laid back episode for us, we hope you are all blessed as we tie everything back to the Gospel.  Thanks for listening!

Even though the contest is over, please continue to rate us on iTunes! Please also like and follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well as visit our website www.twothievespodcast.com.  We also welcome all feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com. 

Music: 

Intro- Mike B. Fort:  “This Time”

Dialogue- Mike B. Fort: “The Summer is Gone” and “Liquid Paper”

Outro- Sho Baraka: “Excellent- 2017”

Feb 8, 2017

This week we tackle the Islamic faith with Dr. Tony Costa.  Dr. Costa is a renowned apologist who has engaged in many debates with Muslims.  In this episode, he gives us an overview of the Islamic religion and answers such questions as: Who is Jesus in Islam?  How do we know the New Testament is more reliable than the Quran?  And, how can the layman Christian engage in apologetic discussions with Muslims?  We thank Dr. Tony Costa and pray this blesses all of our listeners. 

For more content, check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and at www.twothievespodcast.com.  Please send any and all feedback to twothievespodcast@gmail.com.  Thanks for listening!

Music:

Intro:  Mike B. Fort- “Otherside”

Dialogue: Ryan Little- “What About”

Ending: Shai Linne- “Mercy and Grace”

Feb 3, 2017

No introduction needed this week.  We had the privilege of speaking with Pastor Doug Wilson, pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho and best known for his movie Collison where he debates Christopher Hitchens, his many books, and extensive work in Christian ministry.  We took this opportunity to speak with Pastor Wilson about how Christians should approach cultural engagement.  We tackle abortion, same sex mirage, Two Kingdom Theology, and more.  We hope this interview blesses you all as much as it did us!

This is the last week to rate us on iTunes to be entered for a Reformation prize!  Check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and www.twothievespodcast.com.  Please send any and all feedback to twothievespodcast@gmail.com. 

Music:

Intro: Mike B. Fort- “Otherside”

Dialogue: Jahzzar- “March Madness”

Ending:  Sho Baraka- “Here, 2016”

Jan 24, 2017

This week we had an opportunity to speak with Reverend Rusty Thomas, Director of Elijah Ministries and Operation Save America.  Rev. Thomas is a national leader in the fight to biblically end abortion in the U.S.  Rusty shared with us his testimony of how he began in this ministry, his thoughts on the state of the church in the fight against abortion, and his insights on the future of abortion in America.  We hope this interview edifies you and encourages you all to use your giftings in the fight to end this abomination and, most importantly, further the cause of the gospel. 

Please give us a 5 star rating during the month of January to be entered to win a “Reformation prize”!  Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, and at twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome your feedback at twothievespodcast@gmail.com.

Opening music:  Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Dialogue: Jahzzar- “Green Lights”

Outro:  Loser’s Luck- “The Innocent”

Jan 17, 2017

Pastor John Samson (Kings Church, Arizona and effectualgrace.com) was gracious enough to join us this week to talk Reformation and Word of Faith theology.  This is an episode you absolutely do not want to miss as Pastor Samson discusses the early church figures and driving forces behind the Reformation.  He also talks to us about his experiences in the Word of Faith movement and why its teachings are so dire and dangerous. 

Please check out Pastor Samson’s work at effectualgrace.com, the Dividing Line, and Apologia All-Access.  We thank him for taking the time to come on with us this week.

Check out the Two Thieves Podcast on Facebook, Twitter, iTunes, and at www.twothievespodcast.com.  Please send any feedback or comments to twothievespodcast@gmail.com.  Please rate us on iTunes during the month of January to be entered into a drawing to win a Reformation goodie!! 

Special thank you to Mike B. Fort for our intro and segment music and Indelible Grace for the exit music. 

Jan 10, 2017

Happy 2017!  This week we had the opportunity to discuss the Doctrines of Grace with someone in sharp disagreement.  This gave us the chance to reexamine a few of the most common misrepresentations of Calvinism.  Though you may have come across these arguments many times before, we thought this was a great time to discuss how Reformed Theology is exegetically backed by scripture and often distorted by those with a more man-centered theology.  We hope this episode is helpful in the discussions our listeners have with others and ultimately glorifies God in the correct interpretation of his Word. 

Just a reminder….. rate us on iTunes to be entered to win a “Reformational” prize at the end of January.  Visit www.twothievespodcast.com for more information about our show and feel free to send all feedback to twothievespodcast@gmail.com. 

Background intro music credit:  Mike B. Fort- “This Time”

Jan 1, 2017

We wrap up our first year (kind of…) reviewing some of the hottest theological issues of 2016.  Narrowing it down to the top 5, we discuss pastoral attrition, the trinity debate, church authority, bathroom wars, and the Donald.  We can’t thank each and every one of you enough for your support as we strive to fulfill our part of the Great Commission through this Podcast and our ministry.  Please continue to share our episodes as we dive head first into 2017!

Please rate us on iTunes during the month of January to be entered to win a prize!  Please also like our Facebook page and check out our website at www.twothievespodcast.com.  We welcome any and all feedback to twothievespodcast@gmail.com.  Soli Deo Gloria!

Dec 23, 2016

We hope you all are as excited to listen to this episode as we are to share it! This week we talked with the guys over at the Laymen's Cup about a potpourri of gospel centered issues.  This was by far our favorite episode to date to record and we hope you all are blessed by it.  We thank Kemp, Shaun, Wes, and Bob for taking the time to speak with us and encourage all of our listeners to check out their website and Facebook page as well as subscribe to their podcast.  Enjoy!  

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Dec 15, 2016

This past Saturday we were back at the abortion mill to spread the gospel, but this week was a bit different.  This time, there were 2 men there who were attempting to thwart our efforts.  We spoke to both of these men about their worldviews, and on this episode we discuss the apologetic discussions we had with them.  What is the basis for the atheistic epistemology?  How do they justify what they know about the world?  What were some of the main oppositions these two had to Christianity?  What should the Christian mindset be when engaging detractors of the faith?  Please join us this week as we discuss this vital issue for Christians.  If you’d like to see a video of our discussion at the clinic just search our page on YouTube.

If you are listening to us on iTunes please give us a 5 star rating.  We welcome all of your feedback through our email at twothievespodcast@gmail.com or our website at www.twothievespodcast.com.  As always, thanks for listening!   

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