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Modern Culture and the Conceit of Affluence
We see there are differences between the older and younger generations regarding culture and what we value. This disparity is prevalent not simply in secular society but also in the church. Here we explore why young people see the world differently and how both sides can overcome their biases to understand the world in a more realistic context.
Examining the Evidence for Systemic Racism
Part of the Apologetics.com Radio Show series, preached at a Saturdays service
As apologists, we bring logic, reason and evidence to bear on arguments that are raised against the Christian worldview. In this show, Jason and Tony take an evidence based look at Critical Race Theory, systemic racism and the arguments behind the Black Lives Matter organization. Is systemic racism the only answer for why incarceration rates are 6x for black people? We want to take an honest look at this situation with the goal of acting justly, loving mercy and walking humbly with our God. Join us for this conversation and feel free to chime in via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on our Facebook page.
Should Christians Engage in Politics?
On this episode Jacob Daniel, Harry Edwards and special guest Logan Zeppieri discuss the role Christians play in politics. We try to answer the question "Should Christians engage in politics and to what extent?" This topic was spurned by recent events surrounding the arrests made at a church in Moscow, ID for violating local mandates related to COVID restrictions. Some of the questions we delve into are:
1. What does the Bible say about politics? Is it a necessary evil? Or is there virtue found in politics?
2. Why has the topic of politics even become an issue for Christians today? In other cultures, say the Muslims, their faith and politics are viewed in the same way—very little distinction between the two. Do we think there’s any good in viewing politics similarly to how the Muslim view theirs?
How Then Do We Live as Christians in a Broken World
In this show, Bob Parucha and Michael Robirds discuss how we are to live in the context of today's situation. They touch on the important topics of sanctification, fighting our own sin, justification and the relationship between faith and works.
Walking the Line Between Church and State
Because God has ordained the family, the church, and the state, we must, as Chrisitans engage with the political sphere. On this show, we talk about justice and our government and the way in which they have been regulating church activities. How should Christians be responding? Are these mandates examples of political tyranny? How should Christians be thinking through these topics and where do we begin our thought process? The famous Presbyterian Reformer John Knox declared that resistance to tyranny is obedience to God. Are we at that point? If not now, when? Tune in as we discuss this topic and take calls from our listeners.
How Has Church Changed During the Pandemic of 2020?
Jon Noyes and Harry Edwards discuss the changes churches have undergone since the pandemic. We invite a couple of listeners to express their opinions on how the pandemic has affected their weekly gatherings.
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Truth Discussed Intellegently
If you are a Christian who desires to think about subjects a little deeper, listen to this show. If you are not a Christian and would like to understand Christianity a little deeper, listen.
Good Radio Show
Very good topics and guests. Very informative and interesting
Where's the apologetics?
the branch of theology concerned with the defense or proof of Christianity.
As other reviewers have noted, this podcast is just a bunch of guys, all very faithful, who sit around agreeing with one another about their ideas and beliefs. This is fine if all you care to hear is the Christian perspecitve, but when they start examining the "other side" it becomes clear they not only have no clue what science is nor how it operates, and they seem to take pride in their ignorance. At no time do they have anyone who offers a countering argument, who could clarify an opposing view or even offer a challenge to their beliefs. To call this podcast "apologetics" is the same thing as calling political debate where only the Republicans show up a fair and balanced view on the topics at hand. They only prove they want no discussion except with themselves, and that's both boring and disappointing.