Hermas I (Visions) #2 is the long-awaited sequel to the first part covering The Shepherd of Hermas 1:24-2:7. Pastor Visser provides a brief background into the text itself and current audio series before providing lively commentary on the meaning of this extraordinary vision. This sermon on creation finds “the lady” granting Hermas exclusive permission to copy her book (of Life) before it’s quickly snatched away.
Visser On The Program was a unique broadcast in that it was more a highjacking of a “targeted individual” radio show. Pastor Visser steps to the plate and delivers an animated thirty minute sermon dealing with general Christian Identity doctrine resulting in positive reviews overall. Were Yahshua and John the Baptist pursued by their own governments? Contains part of the mislaid post-sermon dialog.
Hermas I (Visions) #1 provides a brief overview of The Shepherd of Hermas then explains the first 24 verses of the text. This colorful narrative explains why we must keep our thoughts under subjection in order to avoid engaging in covetousness. This lively segment also discusses the former slave Hermas having visions regarding his yearning of the bondsmaid Rhoda and his latter visitation from her.
Lost Gospel of Peter (Part #2) completes our two part examination into the “lost” Gospel of Peter on the 4th of July! In this sermon we highlight several inconsistencies between the historical book and the post-Crucifixion accounts detailed in the King James Version of the Bible. The apostle Peter explains the government attempted to falsely accuse the remaining disciples of burning down churches.