a podcast for regular people with real questions about the Christian faith
"Why Did God Leave the Possibility for Sin?" and other tough questions
In this episode Leah and Andrew talk about tough passages of scripture and church history from listener-submitted questions.
What the Bible Has to Say About Women (plus how to tackle tough passages in general)
In this episode Leah and Andrew talk about what scripture has to say about women. Leah tackles tough Old and New Testament passages about women to see what the whole of scripture has to say.
Interview with Jay Medenwaldt: What Psychology Brings to Apologetics
In this episode Andrew & Leah interview Jay Medenwaldt about what psychology can contribute to apologetics. We talk about Jay’s conversion to faith and how he began studying apologetics & psychology. We learn about what psychology brings to apologetics tactics, the design argument, and having better conversations.
Rich Mullins: A Ragamuffin Life of Grace & Struggle
In this episode Andrew tells the story of singer-song writer Rich Mullins. He shares about Rich's incredible musical ability, his life and struggles, and his Ragamuffin Gospel.
Human Relationships as Evidence for a Trinitarian God
In this episode Leah presents an argument that human relationships are evidence for a Trinitarian God. The idea is that a creating, loving God must be eternally life-giving and loving before creating the world as we know it.
Interview with The Weekly Encouragement: Youth in Apologetics
In this episode Leah & Andrew interview the hosts of The Weekly Encouragement podcast. The show is run by two young men passionate about scripture and apologetics. We talk about how apologetics is important for teenagers and all those young in their faith.
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Would love to hear apologetics addressed against every religion or at least the main ones. Judaism, Muslim, Hindu etc...
Sometimes they can be kinda dumb, but all in all pretty profound.
This podcast has taught me a lot!
I like how she takes off the righteous cap and puts herself in other people of different religions’ shoes.