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Welcome to Come Let Us Reason Together, the podcast from Lenny Esposito and Come Reason Ministries. Here, we dig deeply into ways Christianity shows itself as an intelligent and rational faith. Episodes include topics about faith, ethics, worldview, and philosophy from a distinctly Christian perspective. Join us each week and see just how rational faith can be!

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Welcome to Come Let Us Reason Together, the podcast from Lenny Esposito and Come Reason Ministries. Here, we dig deeply into ways Christianity shows itself as an intelligent and rational faith. Episodes include topics about faith, ethics, worldview, and philosophy from a distinctly Christian perspective. Join us each week and see just how rational faith can be!

    Interview with J.P. Moreland: Scientism and Secularism (Part 1)

    Interview with J.P. Moreland: Scientism and Secularism (Part 1)

    Interview with J.P. Moreland: Scientism and Secularism (Part 1) In this special edition of the podcast, Lenny sits down with Dr. J.P. Moreland to discuss his new book Scientism and Secularism: Learning to Respond to a Dangerous Ideology. Listen in as J.P. explains the difference between science and scientism, how our culture has placed too much trust in the scientific enterprise as the arbiter of knowledge, and why such trust actually makes us less knowledgeable. Part 1 of 2

    Four Marks of the One True Church (Part 2)

    Four Marks of the One True Church (Part 2)

    Four Marks of the One True Church (Part 2) What does it mean to be a Christian? That question was as pressing to believers in the first centuries of the Church’s existence as it is to us today. How do we know if a church that claims to be Christian really is? The Church Fathers crafted the Nicaean Creed to help answer that question and included the line that the church should be “one, holy, catholic, and apostolic.” But what do each of these identifiers mean? Here, Lenny explains why Christians should recognize they aren’t part of individual faiths but the one true faith given to all saints. Listen in. Part 2 of 2

    Four Marks of the One True Church (Part 1)

    Four Marks of the One True Church (Part 1)

    Four Marks of the One True Church (Part 1) What does it mean to be a Christian? That question was as pressing to believers in the first centuries of the Church’s existence as it is to us today. How do we know if a church that claims to be Christian really is? The Church Fathers crafted the Nicaean Creed to help answer that question and included the line that the church should be “one, holy, catholic, and apostolic.” But what do each of these identifiers mean? Here, Lenny explains why Christians should recognize they aren’t part of individual faiths but the one true faith given to all saints. Listen in. Part 1 of 2

    The Need for a Creed — Knowing the Truth about God (Part 2)

    The Need for a Creed — Knowing the Truth about God (Part 2)

    The Need for a Creed — Knowing the Truth about God (Part 2) What do we mean when we say we’re Christians? Is it enough to claim to follow Christ? Mormons and others who have radically different views of the nature of God, the nature of Jesus, and key matters of faith have also claimed to be Christian, but that doesn’t mean they are. In this key study, Lenny examines how creeds became central to defining the essential elements of the Christian faith and how important they are in establishing true from false beliefs. Part 2 of 2

    The Need for a Creed — Knowing the Truth about God (Part 1)

    The Need for a Creed — Knowing the Truth about God (Part 1)

    The Need for a Creed — Knowing the Truth about God (Part 1) What do we mean when we say we’re Christians? Is it enough to claim to follow Christ? Mormons and others who have radically different views of the nature of God, the nature of Jesus, and key matters of faith have also claimed to be Christian, but that doesn’t mean they are. In this key study, Lenny examines how creeds became central to defining the essential elements of the Christian faith and how important they are in establishing true from false beliefs. Part 1 of 2

    The Necessity of a "Risky" Faith (Part 2)

    The Necessity of a "Risky" Faith (Part 2)

    The Necessity of a "Risky" Faith (Part 2) Statistics show that while we are living in an age of incredible prosperity and comfort, people are becoming more and more depressed. Why? It seems the more humans pursue material standards of success, the less happy they become. In a motivational teaching to start the new year, Lenny looks at how Jesus upends the assumptions of success and offers four practical ways Christians can become more focused in our discipleship. Part 2 of 2

Customer Reviews

Violet.ak ,

Great podcast, wish sound quality was better

One of my favorite podcasts! It would be even better if the sound wouldn’t fade out during the teaching.

Qazwix ,

Worth a listen

Although I don't agree with completely everything he says, I appreciate the way he reasons through his arguments. I have learned so much about the Christian faith, and how to gently defend it to others. Can't recommend this podcast enough!

Angelison ,

Sound quality stumbling block

Muffled at key moments and during q&a sessions!

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