Honest Conversations in Black and White
Honest Conversations in Black and White
A Biblical Case for Cessationism with Tom Pennington | Honest Conversations, Ep. 10
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Honest Conversations in Black and White
A Biblical Case for Cessationism with Tom Pennington | Honest Conversations, Ep. 10
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A Biblical Case for Cessationism with Tom Pennington | Honest Conversations, Ep. 10

Honest Conversations in Black and White
Honest Conversations in Black and White
A Biblical Case for Cessationism with Tom Pennington | Honest Conversations, Ep. 10
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In this episode of Honest Conversations in Black and White, Virgil Walker and Scott Aniol chat with Tom Pennington about his latest book, A Biblical Case for Cessationism: Why the Miraculous Gifts of the Spirit Have Ended. Tom is Pastor-Teacher of Countryside Bible Church in Southlake, Texas.

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Scott Aniol

Executive Vice President and Editor-in-Chief G3 Ministries

Scott Aniol, PhD, is Executive Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of G3 Ministries. In addition to his role with G3, Scott is Professor of Pastoral Theology at Grace Bible Theological Seminary in Conway, Arkansas. He lectures around the world in churches, conferences, colleges, and seminaries, and he has authored several books and dozens of articles. You can find more, including publications and speaking itinerary, at www.scottaniol.com. Scott and his wife, Becky, have four children: Caleb, Kate, Christopher, and Caroline. You can listen to his podcast here.

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Virgil Walker

Vice President of Ministry Relations G3 Ministries

Virgil L. Walker is the Vice President of Ministry Relations for G3 Ministries, an author, and a conference speaker. He is the co-host of the Just Thinking Podcast and a contributor to Fearless with Jason Whitlock. Virgil has a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Theological Studies from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Virgil and his wife, Tomeka, have three children. Listen to his podcast here.