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Episode 15: Jesus, the Hometown Hero?

Jesus’ first message in Luke was to his hometown crowd, who wanted to make him their hometown hero. ...

Episode 14: With All His Power, Jesus Still Came to Serve

At the time of his temptation in Luke 4:1-13, Jesus showed character like no one else’s. He had ...

Episode 13: Wisdom in The Bible’s Silence on Jesus’ Childhood

Have you ever wondered about Jesus’ childhood? I have! Mary and Joseph knew his miraculous origin, yet they ...

12 Bonus Track: ‘Too Good to be False’ with Archangel Radio

I had an enjoyable talk on the radio this morning with Archangel Radio, Catholic radio in Mobile, Alabama, ...

Episode 11: To Be Surprised Again by Jesus’ Birth

Is it possible to be surprised all over again by the story of Jesus’ birth? Believe it or ...

Episode 10: Jesus’ Birth, and the Expectation of the Extraordinary

How can we ever hope to relate to a God as great as our God? I’ve asked myself ...

Episode 9: Why Did They Write the Gospels?

Why did the gospel authors write the gospels? For believers the answer might be a question: “Why even ...

Episode 8: ‘Too Good to be False’ Through the Gospels

Announcing a change in the plan for this podcast: Instead of a weekly podcast of 20-25 minutes, I’ll ...

Episode 7: Skeptics Answer ‘Too Good to be False’

How will unbelievers answer the case for the Gospels in Too Good to be False? We haven’t heard ...

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  • Tom Gilson May 7, 2021 at 1:56 pm on Moving From Heat to Light: Worldviews in ConflictPoint well taken on "Judeo-Christian," at least to the extent that the two groups have different views of God, Jesus, and soteriology. As to your other comments, I would suggest that you take this more as what it was intended to be: a summary. So for example, "got along" was
  • Dr Sarah May 7, 2021 at 1:46 pm on Moving From Heat to Light: Worldviews in ConflictMy best wishes for your father’s comfort, and for the wellbeing of all of you at this time. Thoughts on this post from the perspective of a non-Christian: ‘What will it take for people in one of these groups to understand people in another?’ I find this an ironic question
  • John Moore May 5, 2021 at 9:46 pm on Heat to Light: Our Lost Moral High Ground, and How to Begin Reclaiming ItI agree with you that many Americans perceive U.S. Christianity to have lost the moral high ground. I think there's only one reason for the change, which is the close association many churches have built with the Republican party. Regardless of whether Trump and the Republicans did this or that,

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