The Brian Dainsberg Podcast

The Brian Dainsberg Podcast

Living the Christian life in today's world is complicated. This podcast will unpack some of the cultural issues we're facing and how we can continue to "Fight the good fight of the faith (1 Tim. 6:12)."

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February 15, 2024 24 mins

Critical theory. Cancel culture. Abortion. Racism. Transgenderism. Politics. All these subjects have been addressed in the Brian Dainsberg Podcast. This episode will provide a starting point for evaluating ideas such as these that may come our way. Consider this a crash course in seeing the world through the lens of Scripture.

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Can you be an intelligent scientific thinker and still believe in God? Or has science "killed God?" There are limitations to science some people may not be aware of. This podcast will cover four of those.

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Dr. Favale is an author and professor at Notre Dame University. She has written a book entitled The Genesis of Gender: A Christian Theory which helps explain the historical and sociological currents that have generated the transgender craze.

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November 15, 2023 9 mins

Just five brief reflections on the unfathomable tragedies that took place in Israel on October 7, 2023, and what has ensued.

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October 15, 2023 19 mins

Of the 39 parables of Jesus recorded in the gospels, 11 of them are on the topic of money and possessions. Money is a frequently discussed topic in the Bible. This podcast delves into the subject of "money sickness." Do you have it? How is it cured?

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September 15, 2023 25 mins

A new school year and church year are upon us and with that an uptick in the pace of the schedule. Though managing busyness is sometimes beyond our ability to control, there are some fundamentals that are worth remembering so we remain healthy in the midst of it.

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August 15, 2023 25 mins

Most know the general definition of "liberalism" within the political sphere. But there is also such a thing as "liberalism" within the theological sphere. What is it? Where did it come from? How does it operate today?

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This question has been debated for centuries. The answer isn't an easy one to arrive at. Feel like kicking a hornet's nest? Listen to this episode.

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June 15, 2023 18 mins

If Christians are to work for Christian conceptions of justice in the public square, how should we think about political candidates who may contribute to that, but are personally of flawed character?

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May 15, 2023 21 mins

By the command of God, governments have a responsibility to establish a common morality, not a common religion. But how would people who don't subscribe to the Christian Scriptures, who don’t follow Jesus, determine what that morality should be? And what does this mean for a Christian's involvement in its government?

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April 15, 2023 23 mins

The little known covenant God made with Noah is about more than not sending another flood. It contains God's expectations for the human race and the foundation for government's proper role within it.

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Easter of 2022 Alliance Bible Church announced the plans to start a new church: Lakeside Alliance Church. This episode will dive into some of the details pertaining to what has transpired over the past year as preparations continue to move forward. 

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March 15, 2023 28 mins

Pastors are not political pundits nor do most desire to enter the overcrowded fray of political punditry. But religion and politics may not occupy totally separate quadrants of life as some may contend. Might it be the Scriptures offer some direction for a Christian's involvement in the political world?

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February 15, 2023 21 mins

The invention of the modern day smartphone is as seismic as the invention of the printing press, the discovery of electricity, and the development of the automobile. They aren't just tools. They change people - sometimes for the good, sometimes for the bad.

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"Where have all the workers gone?" This question has become a frequently repeated one. And it's a very important one. But showing up isn't enough. When you do show up, work hard! Put forth your best effort. Not because you're attempting to amass a materially affluent kingdom, but out of love for the customers, clients, and people your work serves.

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November 15, 2022 24 mins

The conversations and debates that preceded the American Revolution were frequent and spirited. The colonial clergy were active participants in it. But according to Dr. Gary Steward, they have been misunderstood. Were these ministers co-opted by secular thinking? Or did they remain faithful to their theological heritage in advocating for political resistance?

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  • Justifying Revolution: The American Clergy's ...
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October 15, 2022 12 mins

Work doesn't always involve receiving a W-2 or 1099 tax form. Not all work is compensated. But work makes up much of our lives whether it's in the office, on the construction site, or at home with kids, dishes, dirty floors or weedy gardens. God has spoken to this important aspect of our lives.

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  • Work Matters: Connecting Sunday Worship to Monday Work - Tom Nelson
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September 15, 2022 22 mins

Are human beings culpable for sins their ancestors committed? Within the critical theory ecosystem is the notion of ancestral guilt which answers this question in the affirmative. How does this stand up to the scrutiny of Scripture?

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August 15, 2022 28 mins

Most historians are quick to acknowledge the historical credibility of the works of Herodotus or Thucydides or Julius Caesar's invasion of Gaul. How does the Bible's reliability stack up against these? The evidence is overwhelming: the Bible is the most well-attested ancient document we have.

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  • Evidence That Demands a Verdict: Life-Changing Truth for a Skeptical World - Josh McDowell & Sean McDowe...
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