A podcast that highlights the importance of the life of the Christian mind
This Is the End (of Straight Thinking)
Straight Thinking #323: This Is the End (of Straight Thinking) To hear Ken's new podcast visit http://rtbapologia.podbean.com
Three Broad Goals of Christian Apologetics
Straight Thinking #322: Three Broad Goals of Christian Apologetics
Logic 101L: Beware of Presumption
Straight Thinking #321: Logic 101L: Beware of Presumption
Logic 101K: Two Pitfalls to Critical Thinking
Straight Thinking #320: Logic 101K: Two Pitfalls to Critical Thinking
Logic 101J: Three Types of Logical Reasoning
Straight Thinking #319: Logic 101J: Three Types of Logical Reasoning
Thinking Through Theories: Interview with Ross Hoagland and Mark Perez
Straight Thinking #318: Thinking Through Theories: Interview with Ross Hoagland and Mark Perez
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Helps me focus my thoughts on what is true
This class is sharply focused on how to weigh evidence, discern truth, and convince others to do the same. These folks point to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as reality...in a polite, respectful, humble way. They voice the opinions of others faithfully without denigrating them, which makes me and other audience listen to them all the more. Thank you for putting your life, brains, heart, and time into doing this.
Love the podcast; but the breathing drives me crazy
I love the RTB material - so glad I stumbled upon it. As a audio buff, I can attest that sometimes a single production issue can be such an annoyance that it drives patrons away. As I skim through these episodes, it seems that they are plagued with the intrusive sound of one of the speakers' breath. Put simply: it's super annoying. It's a simple fix with a noise gate - and it would really boost the quality!
Science and faith play nice together.
This podcast offers something for people of faith, skeptics and atheists. This team is a collection of philosophers, scientists and an "average" guy. They integrate science and faith. Some of them didn't start out as Christians, but came to faith when they found the Christian world view made the most sense when combined with their knowledge of the universe.