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Bro, nobody likes to be corrected. Nobody likes it. No, it's not fun. It's never fun. You've got a lot of pride wrapped up in it, men and women.

I was going to say men, but I think women too. It's a very humbling experience, especially when it's done by another human being. It's one thing when God corrects you, but how does God correct you? He doesn't come down from the heavens with a wagging finger. He puts godly people in your life.

He brings the Holy Spirit's conviction into you, but nobody really likes it. It's a sign of maturity when you can take correction and come out the other side thankful for it. Not everybody who speaks into your life is always going to be seeking to correct you and have your best interest at heart. Know the source that it's coming from, but if it's a trusted source, if it's a trusted believer or brother, sister in Christ, listen to and receive that correction and really take a moment to examine yourself. John, just like you said, that's how God speaks to us.

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Here's the only bugaboo. Oh. It's going to you. A million dollars to you.

And I love that. Your phone and your laptop. Sure. Any device that you have that you have to charge. I have two right here. So, yeah, your phone. Three. I mean, I charge. Whoops.

Yeah, yeah. And I charge my Apple Watch. So, your Apple Watch, your phone, your laptop, your iPad, anything in your life that requires a charge. It will never get above 10% ever again.

Ew. Yeah, you'll always be at 10% or less. You could leave it on the charger till kingdom come.

It will not charge above 10%. Ew, I hate that. Yeah. I'd probably take that, though. Terrible feeling. Are you serious?

Yeah, I'd probably take that. Really? Yeah, just keep a power bank with you.

Oh, man. I hate that. I really... Because the power bank itself would only get to 10%. Yeah, you can leave it, charge it up for... Yeah. Wait, do you charge the power... Yeah, you charge the power bank. Yeah, I charge the power bank. Yeah, that's got 10% battery. I'd probably take that. You better be near an outlet at all times.

I'd probably take that. I have a phone charger in my car that you can sit the phone in and it'll charge while you're driving. Yeah, this would be 10%. It'll charge fine.

The phone's not broken. It only charges to 10%. It'll get to 10 and then it'll hold. If you leave it plugged up, it'll just stay at 10.

But it'll never see 11% again. I'd probably take that. You'll take it? It would be a headache, but I would take it.

I think I would take it too, but man, what a nuisance. So yesterday... It's actually kind of funny because yesterday... This was born out of a situation that I had yesterday where I forgot to charge my phone. So I woke up in the morning and it was on like 15% and I was like, this is not going to work? So then I come to work and I was like, all right, where's my phone charger? I was like, oh, I took my phone charger home because nobody was using it at the office.

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What do you need with it? So I was like, okay, she has something I need, so I'm not going to lash out. I was like, I'd like to charge my phone, please. She's going to hand it to me. Make sure I get it back.

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Again, that's 336-759-0363. Well, John, are you ready? I was born ready, my friend. Let's hop right back in. All right. Welcome back to Clear View Today with Dr. Abbadan Shah, the daily show that engages mind and heart for the gospel of Jesus Christ. You can visit us online at, or if you have any questions or suggestions for new topics, send us a text at 252-582-5028.

That's right. We are here in the Clear View Today studio with Dr. Questions himself, who also just happens to be a PhD in New Testament textual criticism, professor at Carolina University, author, full-time pastor, and just happens to be the host of today's show. Credentials just like Dr. Shah's. It's funny how life works out.

You know, I know we said we've never seen them in the same place at the same time, but I could swear I just saw Dr. Shah walking down the hall, and then it's crazy because then Dr. Questions came in. So I don't know. It is what it is. Dr. Shah, or excuse me, Dr. Questions.

Let me not ruin the illusion. Million dollars. You're going to get a million dollars, I think, in cash. You can get it credited to your account if you want, but I would say it makes more of an impact if it's in the briefcase.

Then you slide it across the table. Your phone, your laptop, your iPad, any device that you have that you have to charge will never go above 10%. It will rise to 10% and then stop.

I've had computers and laptops and phones like that for a long time. But you've got to make it last throughout the day. So like I can have my little battery charger. You can have it in there, but it just won't rise above 10%.

If it's hooked up, it won't drop, but it'll just be 10% is the... I'll take it. You'll take it? I'll take it. Really?

It's just a little stressful, but I mean, a million dollars? Yeah. That'll help ease the stress up. Yeah. Would you take a backpack with you and have just the little battery charger with it?

Oh, yeah. Which I do anyways. Yeah, but now you've got to wear it. I guess you don't have to, but I'm thinking you're at a board meeting or something. You've just got a backpack on with cables coming out, charging the phone.

Every time I travel, I have three chargers with me. Okay. I think Ryan said he would take it too. I would take it, yeah.

That's insane. I don't know that I could. A million dollars? I mean, I want to. Don't get me wrong. I want to, but I can't... Now, if you said like a thousand or 10,000, I'd be like, I don't know about that.

I just don't know. I mean, I need my stuff. I need my stuff to be charged. Something about seeing that full green 100% just makes you happy on the inside, and I'll never have that again. It is nice. But then I've got a full green in my bank account, so that might help. That's true. That green will help offset the lack of the other green. Fair enough.

Fair enough. Well, speaking of full green, I'm loving this. I am in. You know what that means. It means that it's time for lightning to strike. The doctor is in. The doctor is in. Lightning strikes, the doctor is in. Today is lightning round questions. That means all the questions that you guys have been sending us throughout the week, we're going to read on air, and Dr. Questions himself is going to answer them.

Appropriate that the million dollars question about charging fell on lightning round questions, because you have the little lightning bolt when you're charging it. Oh, very clever. You'll just see that forever. Jonathan T. What do you think the T stands for, my friend? Oh, man.

The T probably stands for Talladega. Jonathan Talladega wants to know, are there any New Testament scholars that you disagree with, but still read or follow? Plenty. Yeah.

Where do I begin? So, I guess that's a thing, like, for someone who's not scholarly, you tend to think, like, with a pastor, let's just say with a pastor, like, if I disagree with that guy, I'm probably not going to listen to him preach. But it's not that way in the scholarly world. No.

No. I mean, there are so many out there like that that I appreciate their scholarship in one particular area, but I wholeheartedly disagree with them in other areas. I don't know if you want me to name names, but it happens in my field in textual criticism, because some of the guys are excellent when it comes to collating data.

Right. They're great. They're excellent when it comes to cataloging the history of the text or history of variants and things like that, when it comes down to their final analysis of, is the Bible the Word of God? And they're like, they look at you really confused, like, why are you even asking that?

Because I don't believe the Bible is the Word of God. I can follow you up till that point. Yeah. I'm not sure what to do with you. You know, you said something, I don't know if it was the last lightning round or if it was just a previous episode, but you said that in scholarship you can very much treat it like a buffet.

You can pick and choose what you need. Whereas you don't do that in the church setting, but in scholarship you very much treat it like, I can appreciate this, and I'm going to take that, I'm going to take this, and I'm going to build conclusions off of things that I think are solid evidence in multiple places. I believe in some ways has been something that God has gifted me.

It's not something that I take lightly or I'm proud of or whatever. I just know that God has gifted me the ability to go to some of these sources and find that information and then be able to sift it through what I know are important doctrines and know what remains and what needs to be trashed. And I'm able to do that, but not everybody is able to do that. Well, and that's where we are very blessed to have you as the pastor because you can do that. You can sift through those things, whereas the average person will come up to that and be like, oh, well, I agree with him here, so I'm just going to buy into wholesale everything that this person says.

That's how I'm bent. And I know, Dr. Schell, you and I have been talking because I've got one of your textbooks right now for one of my classes. I won't say which textbook it is.

It's a thick, it's a very big volume. I know which textbook it is that you're talking about. So there's some things in there that I've read and I know this is not, I don't believe this. And I've called you and we talked about it.

I think we FaceTimed once. I was getting ready for a quiz and I was like, surely this is not what he means. And you're like, no, that's what he means. But I was like, I'm writing. And then later on you found out there are other things he said, too, and that one question even showed up on the quiz that was kind of like very confusing, like, no, surely he doesn't believe that. And I said, no, that's the answer.

That's what he'll say it was. And I put it and it was right. But I had to mark something that I didn't believe to get it right on a test. But where I was going with that is I'm super, I'm the type of person like, I'm writing this person off. I'm not ever reading the book. But you were like, no, there's great things in that book.

So these things are not great. He is my favorite when it comes to some other part of theology. He is the best.

He's awesome. And that's the thing that it's hard for me to wrap my mind around where it's like I wholeheartedly disagree with you here. But here you're untouched. I'm trying to become more like that in my thinking. It has happened for me after years and years of reading and studying.

It's not something that has happened overnight. I have spent a lot of time understanding the history of scholarship, whether it's New Testament scholarship, systematic theology, or even history of evangelical world. I've read a lot of things, biographies or autobiographies of people where they discuss their interaction with people in the evangelical world. For example, Ted Engstrom, I think he was with Navigators, I believe.

Somebody can check on that. Just an amazing guy, great guy. But I read his autobiography because he has a lot on how everything works. And so how different people were and who were they and what they did and all that stuff. And so it really helped me tremendously to kind of navigate my way through the evangelical world. So both in scholarship and in that world.

Youth for Christ and World Vision International. And he wrote a book on his life. I forgot the name of the book. But anyways, it was a pretty good book.

That's awesome. Well, that kind of leads us right directly into our next question. Yeah, our next question is coming from Marcus D. John, what do you think the D stands for? D'Artagnan.

Marcus D'Artagnan, Three Musketeers style. Is it common for New Testament scholars to still write or speak on Old Testament issues? How necessary is a PhD to be considered credible in a field of study? Great question, by the way. I would say they can do that as long as somehow it's connected to the New Testament. So if, now this is completely fantastic, I don't think this would happen, but if ETS or someone at ETS contacted you and said, we want you to write a paper on Job and present it at ETS, would you decline or would you say that's... I would say, hey, you do know that my PhD is in New Testament and specifically textual criticism. Are you asking me to maybe look at some quotations of Jesus or Paul or somebody?

So for you, that would be a huge red flag. Is that what you want me to do? Is that what I'm doing? Am I looking at the Septuagint of Job's text, maybe? Because I'm not just going to go pull up the Hebrew and start doing that. Although I can read it, I can study it, I'm not as well versed. If you were sitting in the crowd, or any New Testament scholar, if they were sitting in the crowd and a New Testament scholar that they knew got up and started speaking authoritatively on the Old Testament, do they sort of tune out or do they sort of... does that raise question marks? You mean in a scholarly setting? Yeah, like at ETS or at a conference.

Right. An Old Testament scholar starts talking about... No, a New Testament scholar starts talking about... or vice versa. Depends on what exactly he's saying. If he's talking about the use of the Old Testament and the New, he can definitely talk about that because that's connected. If he's talking about Septuagint quotations in the New Testament, of course, that's fine, too. Canon issues, now we're struggling, but yes, to sort of compare with the canon issues of the New Testament canon. Okay, we can still do that. Some historical critical stuff, because a lot of Old Testament historical critical method has been sort of applied to New Testament studies.

We can go with that. But once you get beyond that, when you start talking about the theology of the writer of Deuteronomy, I believe it was Moses, but anyways, in Old Testament scholarship, it's usually called the writer of Deuteronomy. Or something like prophecies of Isaiah.

As long as they are connected to the New Testament, it's fine, but if not, then you have to go. That's not my field. Right, right. If someone did, would you, I guess, would other scholars sort of write that off, or would it even happen in the first place?

Now, let me back up for a moment. It also depends on the caliber of the scholar. There are scholars out there who are New Testament scholars, and yet they have done a history of scholarship.

And in that history, it was not just relegated just to the New Testament, it was also the Old Testament. But they have so established themselves. A case in point would be D.A. Carson.

D.A. Carson has written books like The Gagging of God. The Gagging of God is about, it's about relativism and postmodernism. Now, he is a New Testament scholar.

What's he doing writing about postmodern philosophy and all that, how it relates to New Testament or Old Testament studies? But since he has established himself in that way, you go, okay, if it's from D.A. Carson, he is a research scholar. D.A. Carson has also written a book, books on divine sovereignty. Well, divine sovereignty is not limited just to the New Testament, it's also in the Old Testament.

So how can you go there and talk about that? Well, because it's D.A. Carson. So his name kind of carries that authority and that credibility.

Yeah, and the older guys did that more. Not all. Like F.F. Bruce.

F.F. Bruce was a very famous scholar. More on the New Testament side. But, I mean, he did books on the Old Testament as well.

Or on the entire history of the Bible. It's like, how could he do that? And why are we quoting him?

Well, because that's F.F. Bruce. So it's also a matter, I guess, of how long you've been on the scene and how people... how respectable are you? What is your credibility in the scholarly world? I guess I'm just wondering if there's any universe where someone does, and I don't know why they would do it, but let's say someone's like, hey, we want Dr. Abadan Shah to do a paper on the Old Testament canon or something. You're like, well, I've got to go get another PhD real quick.

Yeah, I would be hesitant at this stage in my life to do that. Gotcha. Like, some New Testament scholars have written books on hermeneutics. And when they're talking about hermeneutics, it's not just New Testament section.

They're talking about the Old and New. And yet they're talking about hermeneutics. Are they really qualified?

I don't know. But they have established themselves, and their work is very well written, so people read it. They study it. There are also textbooks written by a New Testament guy.

But it also has Old Testament, but they have established themselves. Like so many others I can mention, but yeah, those two readily come to my mind. Yeah, very cool. Chad R. What do you think the R stands for, man? Rhombus. Chad Rhombus wants to say, wow, I don't know if I like the way this one's going. I'm astounded that anyone can think Jonah is the slickest person in the Bible. Chad. Chad's been listening to the show.

It feels kind of targeted, Chad. Didn't you say that, David? Who said that? That was me. That was all John. I feel like I'm going to cut this question.

No, you didn't now. I'm astounded that anyone can think Jonah is the slickest person in the Bible. What do you all think about Laban? Laban, I would say, is pretty slick. Laban is slick, but I also... Like for me, if someone's slick, right, I don't think that that's like a... Laban was a cheat. Laban's not slick. He's slimy.

Yeah, that's kind of slimy. Slick is like you come on, you say the right things, which I guess he did. He got the guy to marry the wrong girl and then stay married to her for seven years, so I guess that's slick, but... It can't be Jonah, though. Jonah was not slick.

I'm fine. I'm willing to concede that. I don't think it's astounding, Dad.

I don't think that's astounding. Read the next one. Chad took that question personally. Yeah. Our next question comes from Mike T. John. What does the T stand for? Oh, that's tortoiseshell. Okay.

Mike, tortoiseshell. I heard through the grapevine you're a turkey hunter. Do people hunt in India and does it have the type of climate to hunt wild animals? They did a lot of hunting back in the day to the point that they completely eradicated the tiger population.

That was good to say. I thought that was... Yeah, they do hunt in India. They hunt gazelles, deer, it's a different looking deer, but still deer, and there were people in our church who hunted and they would bring us deer meat. Oh, wow. That's awesome. Yeah. Well, not like tons of people, but a couple of people did hunt.

But it did happen. Oh, yeah. So here in the South, it's like everywhere. It feels like everybody hunts. It's a very different world.

Yeah. In America, it's very different where people own guns and all that in India, that very few... Would they hunt with like bow and arrow and stuff? No, with guns. Oh, with guns.

Gotcha, gotcha. But it was fewer that actually owned guns. Very few who actually went through the training and all that stuff to even own a gun like that. So did you hunt back in India or was it until you came here when you started? No. Never hunted in my life.

I mean, other than crabs by the river, as I mentioned one time. But no, not hunting. Now my dad did. Back in the day, this is going back to pre-independence time, independence of India. This is 1947 where the British were in India, and so a lot of tiger hunting would happen.

My grandfather on my dad's side would hunt tigers. And there's a story. I want to hear the story.

Yeah, let's do it. Okay, okay. So the story goes like this. A British officer came to my grandfather, my dad's dad, and said, look, I've never been tiger hunting. I would like to go because I know you go hunting and I'd love to go with you. And so my grandfather took this Indian officer, this British officer with him.

And my grandfather was a police commissioner, so kind of like law enforcement people. And they went hunting. And now the thing about tiger is when it walks through the jungle, there's a jungle, right? It's not the woods.

The woods are in America. Jungles are different. They roar, and the roar is so loud, so deafening, so terrifying that sometimes monkeys will even fall from the tree.

Have you told me that before? They get paralyzed, yeah. They get paralyzed.

They just fall with a sickening crunch. Yeah, with fear. And the roar is a very different kind of roar.

I can imagine. So anyways, that happened. And so he took him. And they were both on different trees. So my grandfather was on one tree, and the British officer was another one. And then nothing happened, so they moved to another place. And the British officer was higher up on the tree, on another branch. And my grandfather was on this side. And so the tiger came. You have people out there who will tell you, it's coming this way, and that's the way.

So they know where it's going to be. And he roared. And when he roared, it wasn't raining, but you could hear water trickling down the leaves. Oh, man. No, dude. No. No. No. Oh, yeah.

You know what? I can't even blame him. I can't even blame him.

I probably would have done the same thing. And my grandfather was like, oh, oh, no. It's like falling on his shoulder and stuff. Yeah, it's like, yeah. But it was on a different branch.

But it was very obvious that he wet his pants. Yeah, he couldn't control it, man. Because it's so scary.

I can imagine. Terrifying. We've got time for one more question. Nick R. Nick R. Nick R. The R is rutabaga.

Nick Rutabaga wants to know, this one's kind of mean-spirited too, if you could eliminate one worship song from existence, what would it be? Yikes. Wow. That's... Come on, man.

That's an interesting song. No. It's just a question. It never existed? Yeah, just never.

Or nobody ever sings it again. Okay. I would say, personally, personally now, it's got to be Good Good Father. I was going to say the same thing.

You were going to say the same thing? You don't like Good Good Father. It's a good song. It's a good song. It's a good song.

And I really enjoyed it when it came out. But it's been so run into the ground. Yeah. It's been ruined. Yeah. That's the one I would do away with. It's been ruined for me. You know why it resonated?

Because maybe in America, there may be a need for some good good father, I guess. Yeah. Was there ever... I know when you were growing up in church, y'all did the hymns and stuff, like the really, really British hymns. Was there ever one that you were just like, oh my goodness, please. Yeah, there were several songs like that.

And not just British hymns, but also Indian songs that were just not good. It was just like, this is bad. This is not good.

I don't enjoy this. It's over. Yeah.

Then some were like, oh, we're doing this again. Yeah. Yeah. If you guys didn't get the chance to have your questions answered, if you've been sitting on them, ask yourself why and write in and send those questions to us at 252-582-5028.

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Well, same as always. Make sure that you are in church. Make sure you're worshiping God. But more than that, take some of the answers to these questions and start applying them to your day-to-day life. So on Monday of next week, so after you've worshiped, after you've gone to church, after you've given to your church, start writing down some of these answers and saying, how can I live out even just one of these this week? And I think you're going to find that God is going to show you the way He wants you to go with that.

That's right. I hope you guys have a wonderful weekend. We love you guys. We'll see you next week on Clearview Today.
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