Small time Christian apologists making big time noise.
The Deconversion of Jerry DeWitt
Joel Furches applies his deconversion research to former Pentecostal Minister Jerry DeWitt. He and Caleb discuss.
Award Show Flop
The team discuss a faux pas once made at an award show.
Apologetics Nerd Cast
The cast of the Mentionables get nerdy and talk about all things philosophy, theology, science fiction, fantasy, and gaming.
Discussing Street Epistemology
Mentionables Joel Furches and Clinton Wilcox talk about Peter Bagosian's "Manual for Creating Atheists" and the practice of Street Epistemology.
Bizarre Bible Stories
The Mentionables discuss a few Bible passages that are frequently criticized for their bizarre and anachronistic nature.
Ravi Zacharias was arguably the most influential Christian Apologist in the world up to his death last year. A death which was fondly eulogized across the world.
Now, less than a full year after his death, it has come to light that the man was, in fact, a sexual predator and a serial molester who used his renown as a means to gain access to, and silence his victims.
How could the mighty fall so far, and what are the implications to the Christian world?
The team discuss on this episode.
Funny and Different
The mentionables podcast is off to an interesting and fun start. So far the podcast manages to focus on apologetics while maintaining a sense of humor and touching on ideas and areas of thought the tie apologetics back into everyday life. Hopefully it will continue to provide this same level of engagement and practical applicability moving forward.
Very good podcast
As I write this, six podcasts have been produced. I was not very impressed by the first episode, but things seem to have come together well in the later episodes, and it is turning into a very good apologetics podcast. I look forward to hearing new episodes.