Secularization and the Church in Europe09/14/14
Christian beliefs and church attendance are playing a much smaller role in Europeans' lives in general than before. Rick Wade gives a snapshot of the place and nature of Christianity in Europe.
Dr. Ray Bohlin reviews Stephen Meyer's book 'Darwin's Doubt,' showing that the sudden appearance of complex animal forms in the Cambrian cannot be explained by evolutionary mechanisms.
Your Work Matters to God
Sue Bohlin examines the question, Is work a curse or a blessing? Many people's view of work is less than what God says it is: His gift to us.
Challenging the New Atheists
The new wave of bitterly anti-God, anti-Christian atheists offer arguments against God. Patrick Zukeran provides several good answers.
Four Killer Questions
Sue Bohlin explores four great questions for sharpening one's critical thinking skills and asking probing questions of others to help them think about what they believe.
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.
Who Wrote the New Testament?
Probe intern David Graieg explores Bart Ehrman's contention that we can't trust the Bible's supposed authors. Yes we can.
Kerby Anderson surveys various aspects of spiritual battle from a Christian worldview: spiritual battles, our walk, our weapons, and our warfare, the world, the flesh and the Devil.
What Is Technology?
Dr. Lawrence Terlizzese uncovers a disturbing new view of technology: not as neutral, but a way of life that objectifies everything, including people.
The Apologetics of Jesus
Jesus was the greatest apologist who ever lived. Patrick Zukeran examines some of His apologetic methods.
The Closing of the American Heart
Using Ronald Nash's book of the same name as a starting point, Don Closson looks at the philosophical foundations of modern education in America and how they have contributed to low performance.
Rome and America
Kerby Anderson quotes from secular authors, Christian authors, and a writer of much of the New Testament. All seem to point to parallels between Rome and America.
The Self-Understanding of Jesus
Michael Gleghorn examines some sayings and deeds of Jesus, accepted by many critical scholars as historically authentic to see what they imply about Jesus' self-understanding.
The Apologetics of Peter
Steve Cable explains how the apostle Peter showed himself to be a master apologist, not the bumbling, brash fisherman he used to be..
Are We Significant in This Vast Universe?
Steve Cable argues that the vastness of the universe makes statements about attributes of God and the significance of mankind. Looking at scientific results through a biblical worldview helps us see the evidence for an intelligent designer who had us...
George Washington and Religion
Kerby Anderson demonstrates that contrary to what many believe, George Washington was a Christian, not a deist.
Renea McKenzie takes a look at two books providing thoughtful responses to being Christian and single.
C.S. Lewis, the BBC, and Mere Christianity
Michael Gleghorn explains how a series of radio talks during WWII became one of Christianity's most cherished classics.
Truth: What It Is and Why We Can Know It
Rick Wade explores truth from a biblical and philosophical perspective. Despite what many believe, it IS possible to know truth because of the role of Jesus Christ as creator and revealer of truth.
The Lives of Muhammad and Jesus
Patrick Zukeran explores the radical differences between Muhammad and Jesus, and the implications of following their examples and teachings.
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