Why is it important today that the whole Bible, including the Old Testament, speaks to the death and resurrection of Jesus? With us this week is hip-hop artist and author Timothy Brindle, who's spent years studying this. The Unfolding speaks to the unfolding plan of God seen in the Bible. In addition to this, Timothy helps explain and apply the often-confused Jeremiah 29:11.
In light of the recent tragedies today (like the Humboldt crash), we thought it would be best to remind ourselves of the importance of suffering well. Listen to two seasoned pastors speak into important issues of suffering and grief.
A recent documentary called "The Heretic" has come out that gives a brief explanation of where Rob's been and what he's been teaching these last 13 or 14 years. We find that whereas Rob offers a seemingly authentic and genuine version of Christianity, the traditional and orthodox teaching of Christianity far outweighs it with power, beauty, and truth. Author and professor Owen Strachan joins us this week to discuss this documentary.
We have too many connections and too little intentional biblical friendships in life. What is a biblical friendship? How do we start them? How to we keep them and grow them? This week we hear a presentation given by indoubt's host, Isaac Dagneau, at this year's Apologetics Canada Conference on biblical friendship.
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What's more important than the resurrection when we talk about Easter? This week we chat with Dr. Andreas Köstenberger and hear some of the "myths" of the resurrection.
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What is culture saying when it comes to recreational marijuana use? "We want freedom." This week on indoubt we hear the live recording from author Mark Ward from "Let's Talk: Marijuana" as he gives his 15-minute presentation on the culture's view of recreational marijuana.
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Our world needs rest. This is something that's becoming more and more obvious these days as our culture squeezes as much as it can out of as little as possible - all the time. This week we're joined by A.J. as he talks about his new book, Subversive Sabbath, and what it means to rest.
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Have you ever considered that everything in life can either be reality-clarifying or reality-distorting? Pastor Jeff Lacine helps us think through this in regards to recreational marijuana. This conversation will definitely benefit you.
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Andy Crouch is with us this week to talk about using technology wisely. All too often modern technology can stunt our human development - primarily, growing in wisdom and courage.
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Most, if not all, people use social media today. Some use it wisely, some use it terribly. With us this week is author and blogger Chris Martin, who teaches us how to use social media to the glory of God and the good of others.
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This week we chat with author and speaker Sam Allberry on the issue of same-sex attraction and Christianity. Can you be a faithful Christian and experience same-sex attraction? Sam answers this and much more on this week's conversation.
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How do you know if you're called to missions? What even is missions anyway? Duane Frasier from Joshua Project joins us this week to consider these questions in more detail.
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Too many people (including Christians) are living without hope. The sad reality is that living without true hope in an age of cynicism is tiring, discouraging, and ultimately pointless. Dr. Jason Duesing helps us, as Christians, remember and live in light of our hope.
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Over 400 years ago the King James Bible came out. The question today is: what are we to do with it? This might seem like an irrelevant question, but don't judge too quickly. Join the conversation with author Mark Ward as he discusses the story of the KJV, KJV-Onlyism, Bible translation idolatry, and more.
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The subject of abortion can be difficult to talk about - including within the church. Many Christians are quite apathetic towards the whole issue. But when we discover what exactly abortion is, it would be completely necessary for every Christian to be zealously against it. With us this week is an author and speaker on abortion, Stephanie Gray.
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"Why are there contradictions in the Bible?" "If this is really the Word of God, why isn't it clearer?" and "Why are we putting so much trust in these books when they're not even the originals?" Bible scholar Dr. Andreas Köstenberger joins us again to help us answer these skeptical questions.
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Skeptics and atheists make certain claims about God, the Bible, and Jesus that attempt to "debunk" Christianity. These claims can cause much confusion in and outside the church. So, for two weeks we'll be looking at 5 of them with Dr. Andreas Köstenberger as our featured guest. We'll find that there are great reasons for our faith.
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As we wrap up 2017, we wanted to find some of the best clips of different conversations from the year. Topics ranging from Bible reading, sexuality, pornography, anxiety, and hell are touched on. You might call this episode an "audio commentary" on some interesting and important quotes from a variety of people on a variety of topics.
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