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Abraham is the patriarch of Israel (Exodus 3:6), a model of faith and trust in God (Galatians 3:9), and one of the most important figures in all of Scripture (Hebrews 11:8-12). In this series, we follow the life of Abraham through the book of Genesis. Along the way, we see God’s covenant faithfulness and discover what it means for flawed, imperfect…
 
It comes along every 4 years, and every 4 years listeners ask us to record an episode about it. No, we're not talking about the Olympics; we're talking about the election. In this episode, we discuss two articles that seek to provide some perspective for Christians as they contemplate voting in the upcoming election. https://www.nationalreview.com/…
 
Abraham is the patriarch of Israel (Exodus 3:6), a model of faith and trust in God (Galatians 3:9), and one of the most important figures in all of Scripture (Hebrews 11:8-12). In this series, we follow the life of Abraham through the book of Genesis. Along the way, we see God’s covenant faithfulness and discover what it means for flawed, imperfect…
 
In a recent article at Public Discourse, Ben Peterson contrasts two differing views of "anti-racism." He argues that a robust debate between these two viewpoints is necessary and vital. In this episode, we discuss the article and how the gospel should inform our thinking about these matters. Peterson’s article: https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/20…
 
Abraham is the patriarch of Israel (Exodus 3:6), a model of faith and trust in God (Galatians 3:9), and one of the most important figures in all of Scripture (Hebrews 11:8-12). In this series we follow the life of Abraham through the book of Genesis. Along the way, we see God’s covenant faithfulness and discover what it means for flawed, imperfect …
 
We are revisiting an episode from April 2017 about the topic of Intersectionality. We will be back with a new episode next week! A word you've likely never heard of is all the rage on college campuses. In this episode, we discuss Andrew Sullivan's recent article explaining and critiquing the secular "doctrine" of Intersectionality. Andrew Sullivan'…
 
Abraham is the patriarch of Israel (Exodus 3:6), a model of faith and trust in God (Galatians 3:9), and one of the most important figures in all of Scripture (Hebrews 11:8-12). In this series we follow the life of Abraham through the book of Genesis. Along the way, we see God’s covenant faithfulness and discover what it means for flawed, imperfect …
 
Over the last four months, there have been many important conversations about the topic of race. As the culture's dialogue continues, it's important to understand and even question some of the conclusions that are made. In this episode, we discuss some of the arguments surrounding the idea of systemic racism made in a recent article from the Public…
 
Abraham is the patriarch of Israel (Exodus 3:6), a model of faith and trust in God (Galatians 3:9), and one of the most important figures in all of Scripture (Hebrews 11:8-12). In this series, we follow the life of Abraham through the book of Genesis. Along the way, we see God’s covenant faithfulness and discover what it means for flawed, imperfect…
 
As 2020 continues on its strange and tumultuous trajectory, you have likely noticed a conspiracy theory gaining traction among certain conservatives. In this episode, we discuss what the Q-Anon conspiracy is and how the Scriptures critique such conspiratorial musings. Atlantic article: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2020/06/qanon-noth…
 
American Christianity can have a naïve, sentimental approach to faith that emphasizes positivity at all costs. When the difficult and unexplainable realities of life hit, people have a hard time reconciling this sort of Christianity with their experience. In this series, we take a hard look at the futility of life by exploring the Old Testament boo…
 
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