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Elizabeth speaks about thoughtful faith, thoughtful living, and matters worth thinking about.

The Elizabeth Whitworth Podcast Elizabeth Whitworth

    • Christianity

Elizabeth speaks about thoughtful faith, thoughtful living, and matters worth thinking about.

    The soul, the spirit, and what happens when we die

    The soul, the spirit, and what happens when we die

    It is important that we know where our ideas come from. In Christian theology, there are two basic schools of thought about the soul and what happens when we die: what Plato taught and what the Bible teaches. I compare the two ideas, discuss how the Bible differentiates the soul and the spirit, and explain why it matters that we understand the truth about this.

    • 10 min
    How I read and study the Bible

    How I read and study the Bible

    In this episode I talk about how I was able to make daily Bible reading a habit after years of struggling with consistency, how I study the Bible, and tips that can help you read and study the Bible for yourself in a more consistent and fulfilling way. Here are the apps and sites I reference:
    bible.com (https://www.bible.com/)
    dailyaudiobible.com (https://dailyaudiobible.com/)
    biblegateway.com (https://www.biblegateway.com/)
    blueletterbible.org (https://www.blueletterbible.org/)

    • 14 min
    Why I never talk about heaven and hell

    Why I never talk about heaven and hell

    I never talk about heaven and hell as a dichotomy for eternal destiny. I don't do it because the Bible doesn't present this dichotomy. It presents a dichotomy that is much more clear and coherent.

    • 9 min
    The difference between evidence and proof

    The difference between evidence and proof

    Evidence and proof are not the same thing. Faith is belief without proof, but it never should be belief without evidence.

    • 3 min
    If God is real ...

    If God is real ...

    A Christian, an athiest, and an agnostic walk into a cafe. This is not a joke, mostly because there's no punchline. It's a true story. The three of us sat around a table and agreed on this maxim: If God is real, He must be the most important and relevant reality in the universe; thus, the truth about God is worth pursuing.

    • 4 min

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