26 episodes

Instructor Jerram Barrs, professor of Christian studies and contemporary culture, presents an analysis of the philosophical, religious, and scientific beliefs and ideas that have shaped different cultures and are now reshaping our multicultural and pluralistic society. Differences in attitudes toward the value and purpose of life, sexual identity and roles, racial and cultural differences, God, good and evil, superstition, etc., are all discussed with the goal of learning how to better communicate the Gospel in our society.

Apologetics & Outreach - Audio Lectures Covenant Theological Seminary

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Instructor Jerram Barrs, professor of Christian studies and contemporary culture, presents an analysis of the philosophical, religious, and scientific beliefs and ideas that have shaped different cultures and are now reshaping our multicultural and pluralistic society. Differences in attitudes toward the value and purpose of life, sexual identity and roles, racial and cultural differences, God, good and evil, superstition, etc., are all discussed with the goal of learning how to better communicate the Gospel in our society.

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4.4 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

N. Virginia Engineer ,

L'Abri Shows Through

The more than two decades of experience show through in this series by Dr. Barrs. He emphasizes how to llisten to the other person and how to respect that person without compromising one's own faith.

Bt8707 ,

Passively Biased

I listened to lesson 26. He one sidedly evaluates the new age movement by basically painting a picture of a spiritual system which frees you from having morals or having to answer to a higher source. He tries to make it look like a self ideology which is completely and utterly a blatant misrepresentation of their beliefs. He does not use facts or even really say anything significant disproving the ideology at all.. He just shows how brainwashed and indoctrinated he is.

Jay-cut ,

Apologetics and Evangelism

Excellent and thought provoking content combined with deeply personal ethos and urgency.

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