Clash of Minds

Presented by Walter Veith

Season 1, Episode 1


Season 1

1. Verily My Sabbaths

We cannot pick and choose the commandments that we want to keep based on which are easy. We must give God all or nothing. Choose to obey the Sabbath and give the Lord your all, today.

2. Righteousness by Faith in Verity Part 1

What does righteousness by faith involve, and can we separate the law from faith?

3. Righteousness by Faith in Verity Part 2

God sent His one and only beloved Son to die for us, and still many believers are reducing Jesus to being less than the church.

4. Righteousness by Faith in Verity Part 3

The world is moving toward religious unity. Though there are certainly similarities between religions, that does not mean we should seek unity. Divisions exist for many reasons, and we must examine why we are so different.

5. A Double Portion

Can we receive more spirituality than we already have? Watch as Pastor Veith explores 2 Kings and the story of Elijah and Elisha, and how we should all be praying for a double portion in our own lives.

6. Without Me You Can Do Nothing

What is the ultimate defense against living amongst the spiritually dead? Listen to this powerful video with Walter Veith about how we are experiencing a battle of the mind, and how Jesus Christ is the one and only way out of the darkness.

7. The Herodian Mind Part 1

How often do we ignore God’s laws in favour of earthly rules and beliefs? We always find justification for our fleshly impulses, but do our actions reflect that Christ is in our hearts? Walter Veith explores the Herodian Mind and methods in which we reconcile our worldly laws with God’s law. Part 1 of 2.

8. The Herodian Mind Part 2

Since we cannot see God, we often feel compelled to grow closer to earthly authority figures. Sometimes we trust in political or social leaders, hanging on their every word, deceived by their friendly and welcoming masks.

9. I Think Therefore He Is

The famous philosophical phrase “I think, therefore I am” implies that our own logic and reasoning has led to our existence, and that we are powerful enough to create our own truth.

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