In this episode, I explain the need for presuppositional apologetics as the starting point for everything that we do.
Social media commentaries by Christians about the covid regulations are riddled with misquotations and misapplications of Romans 13. So in this new In The Car – the first since I began the Paul Taylor Podcast – tackles this issue.
In this week’s episode, we look at the reasons why Genesis matters. The episode also contains a competition – send your competition entry by email to podcast(at)proverbs1810.org (using @ instead of (at), with the word Competition in the subject. Other details are in the show. The video on this page is a short 5 minute…
In the third episode of the Paul Taylor Podcast, I am looking at the amazing first verse of the Bible.
What was the Star of Bethlehem? And who were the strange Wise Men, who recognized it? Click to subscribe to the Paul Taylor Podcast.
This is the first episode in a brand new regular podcast series, from Proverbs 18:10 Ministries. the Paul Taylor Podcast will drop every Tuesday. In Episode 1 I begin an explanation of why we need to start all our theology with Genesis. As an example, we see how we cannot fully understand the life of…
A new regular weekly podcast is being launched by Proverbs 18:10 Ministries, featuring President and Founder Paul Taylor. The podcast is called The Paul Taylor Podcast, and will be available every Tuesday for audio download. Hopefully, you will soon be able to search for it in podcast applications, but in the meantime, you can put…
Announcing the upcoming studio podcast, the Paul Taylor Podcast. Also, Van Gogh’s Café Terrace at Night is used as a template for worldview analysis!
Was Boris Johnson going to be the great political savior for Britain? No. His moral flaws have influenced his descent into despotism during the Covid “crisis”.
We look at what the Bible says about communal worship, and how the diktats put in place by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Washington state Governor Jay Inslee are contrary to God’s law, and hence to be resisted by Christians and churches.