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RTB's mission is to spread the Christian Gospel by demonstrating that sound reason and scientific research—including the very latest discoveries—consistently support, rather than erode, confidence in the truth of the Bible. For more information please visit our website at www.reasons.org/monthlypartners

Reasons to Believe Podcast Reasons To Believe

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8, 92 Ratings

RTB's mission is to spread the Christian Gospel by demonstrating that sound reason and scientific research—including the very latest discoveries—consistently support, rather than erode, confidence in the truth of the Bible. For more information please visit our website at www.reasons.org/monthlypartners

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

M. Kidd ,

Sound and faithful. Thought-provoking.

Good variety of topics from theology to history to apologetics. Honest and open.

Mississippi Country ,

3 gods: the Trinity, St. Augustus, and Mortimer Adler

The 28:19 section of the show is great. My only complaint about that is I wish they spent more time on topics rather than a few minutes per segment. My low rating for this podcast is for Straight Thinking. It’s a shallow, pseudo-intellectual part of the podcast that spends far too much time circling around a version of the same 3 topics every episode: the Trinity, St. Augustus, or Mortimer Adler. The subject of the episode could be as far away from any of those topics as possible, but Mr. Samples always finds a way to incorporate one of those topics and spend half the episode gushing over it. It’s tiring to listen to and with the way RTB has made it the highlight of their podcast, I’m finding less and less reason to stay subscribed to them, in spite of my love for Dr. Rana and Dr. Ross. When he finds a way to limit his talking about those three topics, I find myself enjoying him and him raising good points, but without fail, as soon as I begin to think I will continue listening to him, he hijacks the episode to start talking about one of the three aforementioned topics. I hate to give a poor review for a generally good podcast that is ruined by one aspect of it due to the pedestal that aspect has been lifted on. Hopefully they’ll tell him to broaden his topics but given that he’s been doing this for years, I doubt it.

RCBaker ,

The Truth Will Set You Free

Reasons to believe podcasts communicate some of the relevant findings in the books that Hugh Ross has written. Its increadibly clear and takes the position of researching and knowing the alternative views overlaying the scientific method to reduce the noise into the only logical explanation.

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