Out of the Question

Out of the Question

A podcast which uncovers the real question behind many common questions and offers Biblical solutions.

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November 7, 2022 58 min

In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, an anesthesiologist explains how the organ procurement industry differentiates between medical and legal death, and why this is critically important the the Christian to understand.

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We live in a time when God's law is rejected, and it is sometimes difficult for the believer to discern how to set boundaries in relating to the surrounding culture. This Out of the Question Podcast is a response to a question from a regular listener.

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Episode #208 - In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, Jane Raymond discusses her new book on the subject of establishing a biblical worldview regarding the arts.

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Episode #207 - Suicide is uncommon in times of strong biblical faith and application, but quite common in today's world which suffers from a distinct lack of purpose and meaning. This is the subject of this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.

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Episode #206 - Forgiveness is at the core of the Gospel message, yet it is a topic that often causes believers to struggle and stumble. In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, practical applications of this essential doctrine are discussed.

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October 3, 2022 39 min

Chalcedon president guests in this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast where he discusses how humanism, unlike biblical faith, has no moral force behind it, and is left with only coercion and brute force as its means of governance.

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When the average Christian thinks of “healing,” he or she thinks of the physical body and not the world itself, but the final chapter of the Bible describes a great river going out to the ends of the earth leading to the healing of the nations. What does this mean and do we have a part to play in this? Chalcedon’s Martin Selbrede helps us to understand this great vision.

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Episode #203 - The early Christians were labeled “atheists” by the Roman Empire. Are we in a similar situation today?

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Episode #202 - In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, columnist and author Allan Stevo discusses why he considers the past two years an encouraging wake-up call for those who value liberty.

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Episode #201 - The philosophical question of the One and the Many is discussed in this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.

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Episode #200 - In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, Cal Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance exposes how current climate policies purporting to help the planet and the poor actually do the opposite.

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Episode #199 - Paganism and its current manifestations in our culture is the subject of this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.

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August 15, 2022 84 min

Episode #198 - In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast author and documentarian Kay Rubacek discusses her book revealing the world of the CCP and why those of us in the free world should endeavor to understand and discern the direction the West is heading.

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August 9, 2022 48 min

Episode #197 - Which model does Scripture promote in sharing the "good news" of Jesus Christ—argumentation or testimony? 

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How we view Scripture, as a command word or one we may critique, is the subject of this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.

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Vishal Mangalwadi returns to the Out of the Question Podcast, this time to discuss his "fresh" perspective on the church in the Book of Revelation.

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Episode #194 - In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, a mother relates her life as a caregiver for her son and her understanding that God never wastes pain, but always brings something good out of it.

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Episode #193 - The subject of this Out of the Question Podcast is the certainty of God's promises, especially when those promises are guarantees of judgment in the face of disobedience.

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Episode #192 - Robert Sirico of the Acton Institute is interviewed about his book The Economics of the Parables, in this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.

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In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, author Alex Newman discusses his book Crimes of the Educators: How Utopians are Using Government Schools to Destroy America's Children.

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