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Epiphany Fellowship is a gathering of growing sinner/saints who have accepted the call to join God on His mission in Philadelphia and the world. We want to develop disciples that are able to minister in the culture and help new disciples to grow in God’s word in every area of their lives and shining the truth of the person of Jesus Christ to the glory of the Triune God.

Customer Reviews

Unique Voice

As a young African American male, I can say it's refreshing to hear reformed theology taught from an urban point of view. I still have issues with Calvinist teaching but I enjoy the great overall teaching of this podcast.
Pray for me as I will keep you in my prayers.

Haven't Heard a Bad Sermon from Epiphany

Eric Mason has a fantastic grasp on Scripture, all of his sermons that I have heard point to Christ.

Sermons Get Annoying After a While

I used to attend church services and used to really like Epiphany. I started listening to the podcast once I moved. The pastors are very good at speaking to real life and real world issues in a way that is very refreshing. They do not shy away from how evil the world is and the role of Christians in it. They also do not shy away from discussing the evil of racism that plagues our society.

After a while, though, the way the pastors talk about women became grating. Sermons are very patriarchal. Women are more likely to be linked to Eve, Jezebel, or Delilah than Deborah, Lydia, or Priscilla. It’s unclear whether they respect women who are NOT their wives.

Also, the language at times is more colorful than I’m comfortable with.

Finally, I like pastors who display humility. Others might appreciate the bombastic style of preaching, but after a while, I got tired of it.

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