Educating and Encouraging Curious Christians
In this episode, Dr. Williams and I walk through the question of whether or not God has spoken and what that means for us as humans.
In this episode, Dr. Joshua Williams returns to continue a discussion on Hermeneutics and dive into the claim that the Bible is not applicable to today's society.
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In this episode of the In Step With God podcast, Joshua Williams joins the show to discuss hermeneutics answering questions about what it is and how it impacts believers in the day-to-day rhythms of life.
In this episode on the In Step With God Podcast Doctors Matthew Wilson, Ben Voth, and Steve Long return to discuss the ongoing situation in Ukraine and Russia. I'm very thankful for the wisdom and information they brought to the table and am excited for the next few episodes digging into some particular components of the situation and how Christians can be faithful in this situation.
In this episode, Jacob Murrie joins the show to discuss his article 5 things that frustrate Gen Z Christians. We cover Serious thinking, Partisan Politics, and Selectively applied doctrine.
You can follow Jacob on Twitter: @Jacobmurr1e
In this episode, David Wolcott joins the show for a friendly discussion on the topic of Evidence, Reason, and language clarity between Academic and Lay populations.
In this episode Adam and I have a casual discussion about, religion, science, and the problems of Anti-science circles in Christian culture.
In this special edition of the In Step With God Podcast, I am joined by 6 faculty members from SMU to tackle the question: What is a Christian response to the situation in Afghanistan?
Dr. John Lamoreaux
Dr. Jill DeTemple
Dr. Ben Voth
Dr. Steven Long
Dr. Matthew Wilson
Rev. Lisa Garvin
We Finished. In this last episode, I address Fault Lines as a total book, discuss chapter 11 and offer some commentary on an aspect of the book that seemed potentially inconsistent theologically.
In this episode, Zac Sechler and I team up to discuss our experiences with apologetics and how it has influenced our growth in the faith. You can find more of his stuff with the Twitter handle @AdherentApologetics.
In this episode, I get a bit soap boxy. This was a super difficult episode to prepare for and it's visible. leave a comment and let's do some discussion.
In this episode, I discuss the general structure of the end of Fault Lines and provide some analytical remarks about chapter 9 alongside some of my own thoughts prompted by the book and other sources of information.
In this special episode, I am joined by Shane Degan to discuss his testimony and perspective on Christianity in America vs Christianity in Australia. God took us on some critical rabbit trails and I'm excited to see how our discussion benefits everyone.
For more from Shane check out: https://jesuslovesamerica.com
This episode is largely a review/reminder/encouragement for those reading Fault Lines to try to maintain an understanding of the scope of the book and the context of how the information and argumentation offered fits within a whole perspective on the world.
In this episode, I review Fault Lines Chapter 7.
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In this episode, Eric and I discuss his testimony, points of tension between Latter Day Saints and Christians, and conversation tactics for presenting the Gospel.
Check out the ministry Eric is part of Explanation International.
In this Episode, I discuss chapter 6 of Fault Lines and talk about some general theology and concepts that are related. Finally back down to the 30-minute mark folks.
In this episode, I am joined by Alan Nelson, the founder of Black Sheep Apologeticsm, and we dig into different reasons people are sometimes afraid of the Bible and what the Fear of God means for how Christians should relate to having a fear of the Bible.
In this episode, I review Chapter 5 of fault lines with some additional commentary on Chapter 4 in the beginning.
In this episode, I cover chapter 4 of Fault Lines. This was rather difficult due to the content.
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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