Feb 6, 2018
Of all the out of context verses Revelation has its fair share. One of the most used and abused passages of the New Testament, the “hot or cold” verse means exactly the opposite of what you think it means. Jeff and Allen discuss the virtues of doing good work (read: being useful) despite religious affections, then share the most useful and useless items in their own lives.
Conversation on Out of Context Verses Revelation 3:15-16 (01:37)
Our Usefulness Segment (38:19)
From Our Conversation on Out of Context Verses Revelation
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