Engaging with culture as Christians in a post Christian world, asking questions we don't normally ask in church.
The Need for Community: Online Church vs In Person Community
Today we are talking about online church vs in person community. Are both beneficial? Is there a clear Biblical mandate for followers to gather together in person? Is technology changing the way we do community? What are the downsides to only meeting online? We ask all these questions and more as we talk with Chris Cruz from Bethel Church in Redding, California.
Criticism and Judgement
Are Christians called to judge? What about to criticize? Should we enjoy correcting others? Is there a boundary when it comes to those who are not followers of Christ? Join us as Phylicia Masonheimer shares her thoughts on all these questions and more.
The Prosperity Gospel
What is the Prosperity Gospel? Where did it come from? Does it contain any sort of Biblical truth? Do we really just have to have faith in order to be healed? Hear Zachariah Paulson share his thoughts on all these questions and more.
What is progressive christianity? What are some common held beliefs of those who would consider themselves to be progressive christians? What can conservative christians learn from progressive christians? Today we hear from Aaron Salvato, founder and director of Good Lion Podcast Network, as he shares his perspective on this controversial topic.
Christians and Politics
Should christians be involved in politics? Should we let our Biblical convictions dictate how we vote? Is one party really more christian than "the other" party? Why do evangelicals like Donald Trump so much? Join us as we talk with Steven Dowling about one of the most polarizing subjects out there.
When Leaders Fail
Pastors fail. They have affairs, they struggle with power, money and honesty. Ultimately they are not immune to sin, so how should the church deal with it? How should the leader in question face their failure? Today we learn from Dr. Gerry Breshears about moral failure, leadership and the difference between redemption and grace.