The Mormon Veneer08/16/15
Having spent many hours of conversation with those in Mormon leadership, Don Closson considers some of the theological assumptions behind today's evangelical-sounding Mormon proponents.
Big Data describes the sea of digital facts, figures, products, books, music, video, and much more that we live in. Probe's Kerby Anderson calls for a biblical response of discernment and integrity.
Predictions for the 21st Century
Steve Cable compares a number of scholars' predictions published in First Things, January 2000, to how they are doing in 2015.
Those Admirable English Puritans
Michael Gleghorn corrects a number of misunderstandings and stereotypes about the Puritans, suggesting there is much about them to admire.
Digging Our Own Grave: The Secular Captivity of the Church
Rick Wade provides an overview of how the Christian church has become captive to the godless values and perspective of the surrounding culture, based on Os Guinness' book 'The Last Christian on Earth.'
From a Christian view, Kerby Anderson describes the various characteristics and categories of verbal abuse, also providing a biblical perspective.
Deism and America's Founders
The views and beliefs of our country's founders were as diverse and complicated as today. Don Closson focuses on the role of deism.
Is Jesus the Only Way?
Paul Rutherford explains why Jesus is the only way to know God.
Crossing the Worldview Divide: Sharing Christ with Other...
Christians need to introduce the gospel differently to people with different worldviews. Probe's Steve Cable provides ways to talk to Muslims, Hindus, Mormons and postmoderns.
The Pagan Connection: Did Christianity Borrow from the...
Patrick Zukeran shows that Christianity is historical, not mythical, and that in many cases the pagan myths are borrowed from the true account of Christ.
The Purpose of Life
Paul Rutherford looks at the purpose of life from his Christian perspective as well as Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Hollywood.
Putting Beliefs into Practice Revisited: Twenty-Somethings...
Rick Wade updates his earlier discussion of 3 major ingredients necessary for Christians' faithful living: convictions, character, and community.
Can the Just Succeed?
Steve Cable asks, Can people living by Biblical principles successfully compete in a capitalist economy without compromising? Should we even try?
Tactics for an Ambassador
Don Closson shares suggestions for Christ's ambassadors in sharing the gospel based on Greg Koukl's book.
The Answer is the Resurrection
Steve Cable provides evidences for Jesus' resurrection and shows how it can help to overcome common objections to Christianity.
History and the Christian Faith
Michael Gleghorn discusses the importance of history for Christianity and challenges the view of radical historical relativism.
God and the Canaanites
Is God brutal and vengeful because of the OT warfare He commanded? Rick Wade shows that this is unwarranted, providing a biblical context for such warfare from an informed Christian viewpoint.
The All-Present God
Michael Gleghorn takes us deeper into an understanding of why the doctrine of God's omnipresence is comforting and important.
Hayek and The Road to Serfdom
Kerby Anderson gives an overview of the bestseller 'The Road to Serfdom' and explains how it is consistent with a Christian worldview.
Worldviews Through History
Kerby Anderson presents worldviews that shaped Western Civilization in a radio program based on Glenn Sunshine's book, Why You Think the Way You Do.
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