Guest Podcast Presenter @ Partakers.co.uk

Hello all! Just to let you know that I was invited to be the guest presenter of the Partakers.co.uk podcast for Wednesday Worship!

I decided to talk a little about Hebrews. It’s only 10minutes in total, so a great daily devotional for you! Have a listen and tell me what you think 🙂

A big thank you to Dave Roberts, the main presenter and owner of Partakers.

Also, thank you to Sam Hargreaves who represents ResoundWorship.Org, who compose and write amazing, new, fresh worship songs.

You can click here to visit the podcast 🙂

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Dean Roberts

Dean is a Minister in the Anglican Church. Currently he is Curate in the parishes of Bedwas, Machen, Michaelston-y-Fedw and Rudry in South Wales. He was born and bred in Wales, is married to Megan, and has two dogs called Taliesin and Melyn, and two cats named Sinsir and Hâf. He graduated from Cardiff University with a BA Hons. in Theology & Religious Studies, and has studied for an MA in Theology, Ministry & Mission at Trinity College Bristol. He also holds a Cert.RSCM from the Royal School of Church Music. He loves playing music, walking, reading, blogging and horse riding as well as going to the cinema and theatre. Read More @ http://deanroberts.net/about

  • AgentCormac

    HI Dean. I’ve just been listening to your podcast with interest. Please would you mind telling me how you know that Jesus, the person you revere, is a ‘perfect lamb’? (Whatever that means.) How you know that you can approach the ‘throne of god’ in the knowledge that he ‘loves’ you? How you know that so many things in the bible are ‘an amazing truth’? How you know that Jesus ‘has you’ and ‘loves you’ and that these things are somehow an ‘eternal promise’. It’s astonishing. You asset these claims with such incredible conviction. But how do you know they are true? Where’s your evidence? Where’s your proof?

  • Most of these things are references in the Bible, AgentCormac. It’s also bound up in tradition and church history, as well as early church fathers, philosophers and greek thinkers.  But mainly the bible.

    This sort of proof is something which you wouldn’t consider valid though. Of course, you can ask many Christians who’ve had a tangible experience of God, but again you wouldn’t trust their word.

    Without sounding rude, or arrogant – I think the question you’re asking will not satisfy you, nor prove to be any worth to you!  The reason I can speak with such certainty is because I know what I’m saying to be true for me, and for any who are open to listening, or listen already. I hope that makes sense!