Ep. 56 – Terrorism, Expository Exultation, Hamartano

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Welcome to the Plodcast! Listen in to hear Pastor Wilson address the world of terrorism. After that he plods on to review John Piper’s book, “Expository Exultation”. Finishing things off, Wilson takes a look at Hamartano in Titus. Happy Plodding!

Show Notes:



  • What does it mean to identify someone as a terrorist?
  • Terrorist has come to mean a bad guy, which is completely inaccurate
  • Terrorism is a particular tactic
  • Terrorism is to directly target innocent civilians in order to spread dismay, consternation and terror in the general populace
  • Half of terrorism is claiming that you committed the bombing


Expository Exultation:

  • Written by John Piper
  • Not fully done with the book, but it is amazing
  • Great read for pastors
  • Piper shows how the preaching of the word in a way that exults in the Gospel that is being proclaimed is a central part of corporate worship
  • Worship is a corporate act
  • The word and the sacrament go together like cooking and eating go together



  • Looking at this word in Titus
  • Only used once: Titus 3:10-11
  • He is talking about a heretic who won’t listen and is stubborn
  • Heresy is a kind of sinning