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Episode 6: Jesus: Not an ‘Ordinary Rabbi’ Story

Bob Seidensticker, atheist blogger at Patheos, tells us that if you “strip away” the miraculous from the story ...

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Episode 5: Three Great Secrets in Too Good to be False

For the whole year and a half I’ve been working on Too Good to be False, I’ve felt ...

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Episode 4: Jesus and America’s Freedoms

People keep asking if America is a Christian country. Usually the question focuses on the Founders: Were they ...

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Episode 3: An Unexpected Question About Jesus

On this episode of the Thinking Christian Podcast, we see that sometimes the best way to learn more ...

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Podcast 2: Jesus Can Still Surprise You

Jesus can still surprise you. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been following him, and it doesn’t matter ...

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Podcast Episode 1: “Too Used To Jesus”

On this inaugural episode of a revamped Thinking Christian podcast, Tom Gilson describes a problem undermining American Christianity, ...

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The Spiritual Life of an Apologist

My friend Brian Auten at Apologetics 315 has just posted audio from one of the discussions Tim McGrew ...

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Conversations with Tim McGrew About Peter Boghossian

Audio and Video! Peter Boghossian’s Manual for Creating Atheists, published late in 2013, caught my attention for being ...

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McGrew-Boghossian Debate Live Blog

Update: The podcast is up and available for you to listen to now. Comments are open here. Probably ...

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