Max interviews Misha Popoff on Bible Salt of the Earth as Saltpeter!

Misha Popoff has appeared on the Non-Sequitur Show, Salt and Earth, and numerous other podcasts. He has interesting ideas on scriptural interpretation and the meaning of the word “Salt” in the Bible. Come listen to what he’s all about!

Find Misha’s article in the October 2018 edition of “Culture Wars” magazine:…

Aftershow: late night bull stream on “salt of the Earth” and other topics.

#RedPillReligion: A Pan-Orthodox Perspective on Sola Scriptura Religion

Support Sola Scriptura is a doctrine of certain types of Christians that most Christians reject. Here three different branches of Christianity which reject it are represented.

Three Branches of Ancient Original Orthodox Christianity represented in this stream:
Assyrian Church of the East:


Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople:

Roman Catholic Church

1 Thessalonians 2:14
“Therefore, brethren, hold the Traditions which you have learned whether by word or our epistle.” — St. Paul

Sola Scriptura: In the Vanity of Their Minds by John Whiteford

Church Fathers and Sola Scriptura:

Church Fathers and Sola Scriptura

Orthodox Wiki:

Typology of Mary in the Writings of the East Syriac Fathers (& the Nestorian Controversy it caused):

The Story Behind the King James Bible by Ken Curtis PhD

Augustine of Hippo On Christian Doctrine

The Pilgrim’s Religious Beliefs

The Cambridge Companion to Orthodox Christian Theology (Cambridge Companions to Religion)

Was heißt „Sola Scriptura“ heute? Ein Hilferuf für das protestantische Schriftprinzip (Is Scripture Alone Enough?)

Martin Luther on the living word: Rethinking the principle of sola scriptura

Should We Dispense with sola scriptura? Scripture, Tradition and Postmodern Theology Najib Awad

The Search for Sola scriptura in the Early Church D.H Williams Sage journal

Words Written and Words Inspired: Sola scriptura Volume 36 (Number 137), Issue 1 William Rockett

Sola Fide, Sola Gratia: The Battle for Luther in Seventeenth-Century England J. Wayne Baker The Sixteenth Century Journal Vol. 16, No. 1 (Spring, 1985), pp. 115-133

International Review of Economics pp 1–15 | Luther on the social ethical meaning of justification by faith alone

Pentecostal aspects of early sixteenth century Anabaptism Byrd, Charles Hannon University of Birmingham

Crossway what sola scriptura means

Tabletalk: Sola scriptura and sola fide
reformers make the mistake of the bible being the only standard of the churches practice

Sola Scriptura and Sola Fide

The Bible Alone? Debate – Jay Dyer vs RC Apologist

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#RedPillReligion: Max & Philosophy Tiger on Understanding the Bible

How can you understand the Bible, beyond just picking it up and reading it? Eric, Max & co. discuss!

Catholic Answers on “Bible Alone”:

How Do Catholics Read The Bible:…

Interpeting the Bible the Orthodox Way: Learning to See the Bible with the Mind of the Spirit:…

The Heresy of Orthodoxy:…

Other recommendations: Ancient Texts for the Study of the Hebrew Bible by Kenton Sparks…

Ancient Texts for New Testament Studies: A Guide to the Background Literature……

The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Old Testament by John H. Walton…

Exploring the Religion of Ancient Israel: Prophet, Priest, Sage and People…

The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha ( 2 Volume set) by James H Charlesworth…

The History of the Christian Church (8 Volumes) by Philip Schaff…

A Week in the Life of Rome (A Week in the Life Series) by James L. Papandrea…

The Making of the New Testament: Origin, Collection, Text & Canon…

Introducing Early Christianity: A Topical Survey of Its Life, Beliefs & Practices…

Ancient Israelite Religion by Susan Niditch…

The New Complete Works of Josephus by Flavius Josephus…………