Thinking Out Loud is podcast for Christians who want to welcome difficult conversations. Bi-weekly, Nathan Rittenhouse and Cameron McAllister will discuss these timely issues and draw from their experience as frontline apologists to show how Scripture addresses all of our most pressing cultural concerns.
Episode 96: The Tonga Volcano and Human Vulnerability
What does a volcano eruption have to do with Christianity? Tune in to hear Nathan and Cameron explore the Tonga eruption, its ongoing devastation, and how our Christian convictions can help us to frame the situation.
Episode 95: January 6th and the State of the Nation
Nathan and Cameron discuss the storming of the capital and consider some of the severe responses to its aftermath.
Episode 94: The Christian Obsession with Celebrity
Do we need “Christian” celebrities to validate the credibility of the church? Join Nathan and Cameron as they explore this question.
Episode 93: The Webb Telescope and Cosmic Wonder
Space, the final frontier: these are the voyages of Nathan and Cameron as they think out loud about the unprecedented capabilities of the James Webb telescope.
Episode 92: Three Cheers for New Year’s Resolutions
Nathan and Cameron explore the theological underpinnings of the rituals that inevitably structure our lives, and consider how our resolutions (or lack thereof) influence that dynamic. .
Episode 91: Why We Need the Humanities
Inspired by an editorial by Purdue engineering professor, Avi Kak, arguing for the value of the humanities, Nathan and Cameron do their best to persuade you that the humanities equip us for more than flipping burgers.
Love the discussion and thought provoking conversation Cam and Nathan being every single time!! One of the best ways to pass time on your commute or during a workout or walk, couldn’t recommend more
A Breath of Fresh Air
Wow I have missed you guys— some things Cameron has said in the past were popping into my head lately so I thought why not try to find those guys again, and here you are. It’s very helpful to think things through as you guys do & I find myself saying “Yes, that’s right, that’s it” since I’m not always able to articulate these thing to others. So glad to have you back, will keep listening!
So glad it’s back!
Can’t wait to hear where these guys take these conversations. We shouldn’t shy away from the tough questions and Cameron and Nathan face them head on. Also, as others suggested, bring back Vital Signs, too!