What if atheism is not the most reasonable position after all? In this interview with author and apologist Dr. Frank Turek, we talk about how atheists actually steal from the Christian worldview to make their case against the God they don’t believe in. We will also discuss how the existence of evil actually points us...
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Has the Bible been so misunderstood that it’s a sin? That is the claim being made in a recent (and lengthy!) Newsweek article. In this episode author and speaker Jonathan Morrow talks about what we can we learn about our cultural moment from this article and how to engage some of the claims being raised...
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​Now more than ever Christians need reasons for faith. In this interview with professor and apologist Dr. Craig Hazen, we talk about the revival in Christian thinking we are seeing today and the importance of being able to know why we believe. We will also discuss questions like “Are Mormons Christians?” And “How do you...
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Should Christians care about politics? How does politics serve the Gospel? What should and shouldn’t we expect from politics? We tackle these questions and more with author and scholar Dr. Francis Beckwith in this episode of the Impact 360 podcast. Order your copy of Politics for Christians by Francis Beckwith
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​Did you know that schools like Harvard University encourage high school graduates to take a Gap Year? What would it look like for students to launch their college experience with more clarity and confidence in the future that God is calling them to? What are the benefits of a distinctly Christian Gap Year experience? We...
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Should Christians question the Bible? Is that allowed? Are faith and reason at odds? Why should we trust the Bible when so many people today are skeptical of many of its claims? Is the Bible just a book of fairytales? These are just some of the questions that our executive director Phil Alsup asked Jonathan...
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How should Christians think about the ethics of war? Can a war be just? Should Christians be pacifists? If there are “just war” principles, then how should they be applied in an age of terrorism? How should we think about the conflict between Israel and Hamas? These are just some of the questions that Jonathan...
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Who will the thought police come for next? Is there any room left in our culture for thoughtful and principled disagreement? Whatever happened to tolerance? Recently USA today columnist Kirsten Powers published an article entitled “Liberals’ Dark Ages.” In this episode of the intersection podcast, we will talk about why Christians should be aware of...
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How can we have more effective spiritual conversations? Where do you start when people don’t share your assumptions about the Bible? How do you find common ground? As Christians we are called to be Christ’s ambassadors. That means we always need to be prepared to engage in conversations that lead people toward life with God....
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