Is the appearance of Design in Life really undeniable? We interview Doug Axe who appears on "Expelled: No intelligence allowed" with Ben Stein. He is also the author of "Undeniable". A great interview!!
We had a great time talking to Greg Koukl. He talks about his new book and also a very controversial topic "Role of the Holy Spirit". This interview was a highlight of the SES conference on apologetics.
After a rousing discussion/debate over . . .um well . . .we know what the title of the discussion was, but it didn't really affect the actual subject matter of the discussion, so here you go. . . .post debate interview of Ken Ham on the Jew and Gentile Show.
Aaron and I are fed up with youth groups and those adult youth groups that are now called "church". We know some of you are hard working youth pastors who do a great job, but 3 out of 4 kids are leaving the church when they leave high school. Something is wrong!!!
Dr. Gerald R. Mcdermott comes on the show to discuss his new book "Israel Matters". In this book, he chronicles his own journey from believing that God was done with Israel to the truth that Israel still matters and God keeps his promises to her! What a delight it was to have him on the show!! Thanks, Gerry!!
We invite apologist Eric Chabot on the program to talk about Zionism, why Israel Matters, and author Dr. Gerold R. McDermott's books "The New Christian Zionism" and "Israel Matters" in preparation for having Dr. McDermott on the show.
We invite Tom Jaski on the show to discuss how ALL kids, tweens, and teens need diligent training in apologetics and a solid biblical world view. Don't let your child become part of the 75% that leave the faith after they leave the home.
In this episode, we continue an ongoing series where we discuss passages often taken out of context. Are you one of these people we are speaking of? Or are you as annoyed as we are about how people often manipulate the Bible to achieve an agenda or personal belief? Join us and find out!
Are you as frustrated with your local "church" as we are? Perhaps you attend a gathering who's liturgy and order are closer to a 1st century pagan temple than the biblical church model. Give us your feedback!