Sometimes Christians use cliches and sometimes those cliches are pretty bad. Here are some of the worst cliches Christians use and reasons to avoid them. Also, the mega-hit song "Oh, Is That What the Bible is For?" which explains ... what the Bible is for.
Sometimes Christians mess up the meaning of a Bible verse (even though they don't mean to). Here are two more examples of Bible verses that Christians sometimes get wrong and the reason why love is like cheese.
Everyday we are bombarded with proposed answers to solve humanity's problems, but we never stop to ask, "What are the questions we're actually trying to answer?" So we take a moment to ask life's biggest questions in order to find the biggest answers.
This episode we cover the weird Bible story of judge Ehud who encounters idolatry, a fat king and poop. One guess on what we focus on unnecessarily. Also, featuring our euro-synth hit song, “Idols are Naughty”.
The Force from Star Wars seems to have many divine attributes, but does it? Put your Jedi robes on because it gets geeky, but also put your thinking caps on because discussing divine attributes gets deep really quick.
Many Christians correctly stay away from Joel Osteen, but this prevents from interacting intelligently with those who have fallen for the prosperity gospel. So in this episode, we walk you through the audio of a Joel Osteen ‘sermon' so you can hear him in his words. We analyze his claims, his use of Scripture, and persuasion techniques. And for fun, we tally the number of times he promotes idols on our official Idol Scorecard.