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Too busy? Too much information to process? Not sure where to start? Your Worldview Minute with Jonathan Morrow will help. In this weekly podcast you will grow more confident in your Christian faith and learn how to more clearly talk about it with your family and friends.
 
Welcome to the Impact 360 Institute podcast (www.impact360.org). This podcast is hosted by popular author and Director of Cultural Engagement Jonathan Morrow. Impact 360 institute exists to cultivate leaders who follow Jesus.
 
A chapter-by-chapter apologetics study through the book "Is God Just a Human Invention?" by Sean McDowell and Jonathan Morrow
 
Apologetics 315 interviews a variety of Christian apologists about issues of apologetics, evangelism, and theology.
 
Discussing current issues relating to collegiate culture and ministry. Goal: #NoCampusLeft without a reproducing gospel presence. #NCLpodcast
 
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Today’s interview is with biochemist Fazale Rana, the vice president of research and apologetics at Reasons to Believe. He is the author of several books, including /Who Was Adam, Creating Life in the Lab/, /The Cell’s Design/and /Dinosaur Blood and the Age of the Earth/. He holds a PhD in chemistry with an emphasis in biochemistry from Ohio Un ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Jon Sheets. Jon is currently the leadership development director at Mercy Hill Church. They explore earlier days of Mercy Hill when Jon was the college director and the church's efforts to reach multiple campuses in the Greensboro area. Jon explains how they got started, how to best invovle students, and th ...…
 
How should Christians think about near-death experiences? What is a near-death experience, and is there any evidence that people actually experience them? Are near-death experience evidence for the afterlife? How are the questions of the afterlife informed by what we believe about the biggest questions of life? In this episode of the podcast, J ...…
 
Why should Christians care about ethics? What are the proper roles of ethics and moral reasoning in the Christian life? Is there a "common morality" that everyone shares? Can we use the Bible as a source for moral reasoning? And even if we can, was Jesus just a product of His time? Has morality "evolved"? Today on the podcast, Jonathan is joine ...…
 
How to Explain the Trinity to a Child How do you explain the Trinity to a child? For that matter, how do you explain the Trinity to anyone? The first thing you need to know is that the Bible never uses the word “Trinity.” The word Trinity captures the various ways the Bible talks about […] The post #30: How to Explain the Trinity to a Child app ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Liz Brantley from Ignite church about mobilizing college students to reach students far from God on the ECU campus. They talk about the college ministry Fuse, the history of the church, how small groups are organized, and the importance of both gathering and scattering. Like us on Facebook@NoCampusLeft on T ...…
 
What is "adulting"? How do we help young adults navigate faith, finances, and the future? What is the biggest problem facing young adults entering the workplace? In a “follow your heart” culture, how do we encourage young adults to make wise choices about their future? Today on the podcast, Jonathan sits down with Jonathan "JP" Pokluda to talk ...…
 
Will Your Kid’s Faith Survive YouTube? Worldview training is not optional for today’s teenagers. As a parent, pastor, educator or youth pastor you need to know that training in worldview, apologetics, and theology is good for the heart and soul of the next generation. I believe in the next generation. I love getting to spend […] The post #29: W ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Dr. Carl Trueman, professor in the Department of Biblical and Religious Studies at Grove City College, on his recent study of sexuality and personhood. They talk about not only cultural waves, but also the currents under the waves. Dr. Trueman shares his thoughts on how our understanding of personhood shape ...…
 
Why Read the Bible? The short answer is the Bible brings life to our souls. Let these words wash over your mind and paint a picture of what the Bible does for us… 7The law of the Lord is perfect, refreshing the soul. The statutes of the Lord are trustworthy, making wise the simple. 8 The precepts of […] The post #28: Why Read the Bible? appeare ...…
 
How do you navigate anxiety and depression? How do you walk through that well in a redemptive and hopeful way? How widespread are anxiety and depression? How do you encourage someone who feels guilty or ashamed of their anxiety or depression? Why is it important to have a holistic approach to anxiety and depression, and how do we do that? Today ...…
 
Knowledge of God Matters. Which do you think shows up more in the Bible—faith or knowledge? If you do a concordance search, you will find something surprising. Knowledge (including knowing, know, etc.) shows up far more than faith does. Of course, without faith, it is impossible to please God, but knowledge is far more important […] The post #2 ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Ed Russ and Berk Wilson from Grace church about multiplying to different campuses. They discuss the model of multiplication that Grace uses, its advantages and disadvantages, and insights that Ed and Berk have learned over the years. They also talk about false notions of success in Gospel sowing, and equipi ...…
 
Sincerity is Not Enough Devotion and Sincerity are admirable. But when it comes to questions of reality, we know this is not enough. In our “follow your heart,” “You do you” and personalize everything to my own preferences world–this can be confusing. Every day through Spotify, Netflix, and YouTube–People are discipled by our culture to […] The ...…
 
Why Ideas Are So Powerful Ideas have always been and continue to be our Enemy’s favorite method of undermining the work of God. Dallas Willard comments on what happened in the garden of Eden: “Ideas and images are … the primary focus of Satan’s efforts to defeat God’s purposes with and for humankind. When we […] The post #25: Why Ideas Are So P ...…
 
How should Christians think about controversial issues like transgenderism, homosexuality, euthanasia, or abortion? How should we respond to popular slogans like "gender is just a social construct” or "my body, my choice"? In response to these issues, what does true compassion look like? What does the Christian worldview have to offer here? Man ...…
 
Does the Bible really teach that Jesus is the only way to God? That’s a good question. Our culture is definitely headed in the direction of pluralism and relativism. For example, 6 out of 10 teenagers today agree with the statement “many religions can lead to eternal life; there is no one true religion.” Prominent […] The post #24: Does the Bib ...…
 
What Are Spiritual Disciplines? Right off the bat, we need to acknowledge that Paul commands us to discipline ourselves “for the purpose of godliness; for bodily discipline is only of little profit, but godliness is profitable for all things, since it holds promise for the present life and also for the life to come” (1 […] The post #23: What Ar ...…
 
Today's interview is with Kenneth Samples, research scholar at Reasons to Believe. Ken's new book, Classic Christian Thinkers, is a tour de force through Christian history's greatest defenders.By Defenders Media.
 
Is Science our only Source of knowledge? With the rise and success of modern science (and these advances have been beneficial in many ways), some people have unfortunately come to believe that science, and science alone offers true knowledge of reality. Famous atheist Bertrand Russell put it this way: “Whatever knowledge is attainable, must be ...…
 
How do we overcome hurry sickness? Dr. Richard Swenson is a futurist who writes about the social and personal factors that afflict America. Swenson has diagnosed the problem of our day as “overload.” If you were to take an MRI of our lives, here is what you would see: “We have too many choices and […] The post #21: How Do We Overcome Hurry Sick ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Lisa Courtney about her work as both an administrator and an RSO advisor at a community college. They talk about the importance of advisors and students building bridges with the administration and the community at large to bless the campus and reach more students. They also talk about the importance of emp ...…
 
What does it mean to be human? What does it mean to be an "image bearer"? What does it mean to "lose our humanity", and what are the consequences of that. Most importantly, how does our view of human dignity affect how we live out our faith in our cultural moment? There's no question that human dignity is at the center of some of the most impor ...…
 
Learning to think in a culture ruled by feelings. The words we use to talk about our faith shapes how the people around us approach Christianity. Have you ever noticed how often people start talking about Jesus, the Bible, or God With “feeling” language? “I just feel that Jesus would…” “It doesn’t feel like […] The post #20: Learning to Think i ...…
 
Why listening matters when sharing your faith.If you want to have more effective spiritual conversations, then learn to listen.Francis Schaefer once said:"'If I have only an hour with someone, I will spend the first fifty-five minutes asking questions and finding out what is troubling their heart and mind, and then in the last five minutes I wi ...…
 
What is the Role of the Holy Spirit in Interpreting the Bible? Can a non-Christian grasp the content of the Bible? Yes and no. Yes, if we mean the text can be understood by employing a sound approach to literature—to the basic grammar, context, and content of a passage. But an unbeliever cannot fully appreciate […] The post #18: What is the Rol ...…
 
Why Knowledge Matters for Christians. Unfortunately, many people today think that you can’t know religious or moral truths. Why? Because if physics, chemistry, biology, or genetics doesn’t deal with a topic, then they assume you can’t know it. In other words, it’s fine for you to say you believe that Jesus is God but not […] The post #17: Why K ...…
 
What is the purpose of spiritual gifts? Talking about spiritual gifts can be confusing and at times controversial. But what does the Bible teach? 1 Peter 4:10-12 says: “As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace: whoever speaks, as one who speaks oracles of […] The post #16: What is the Purp ...…
 
What’s the difference between knowing and showing Christianity is true? I was first introduced to this helpful distinction by Christian philosopher William Lane Craig. The Bible teaches that a believer knows Christianity is true on the basis of the internal witness of the Holy Spirit. The Testimony of the Holy Spirit Passages like Rom. 8:16 […] ...…
 
What is theistic evolution? Is it a good idea or a bad idea? Why should Christians care about this, and how do we think critically about it? Does the evidence point to an intelligent designer? And if so, where should we start? In our recent study with the Barna Group, we found that about half of churchgoing teens say that "the church seems to r ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Bo Riley and Patrick Austin about their work on two different community colleges. They talk about the barriers and breakthroughs in their work there. They talk about different strategies they have tried, and what they have learned in moving to a different context for college ministry. Everyone agrees this i ...…
 
What is true tolerance? True tolerance is where we extend to each other the right to be wrong. False tolerance, on the other hand, naïvely asserts that all ideas are created equal and this must be rejected. Not only is this obviously false, it’s unlivable. Unfortunately, as Stephen Prothero has put it, “The ideal of […] The post #14: What is T ...…
 
Christians can ask the hard questions. Questioning the Bible isn’t always comfortable. In fact, it can be downright scary. If we dig underneath “because the Bible says so” what will we find? Have we based our lives on a bunch of fairytales? How we view the Bible is no small matter. A lot is at […] The post #13: Christians Can Ask the Hard Quest ...…
 
What is Substitutionary Atonement? When it comes to understanding the Christian faith, there aren’t many ideas more central to grasp than this one. Those words can sound intimidating, so let’s break them down. To “substitute” is to stand in the place of or take the place of. To “atone for” is a multifaceted biblical term […] The post #12: What ...…
 
In this episode, Tom talks with Dennis Runner about his work with international students at Purdue University, and the nuances of doing ministry with both American and international students. What is the best way to organize student leadership, and what interests overlap between the two groups, and what seperates them at times. They also talk a ...…
 
Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions? Why can’t I control my anger? Or stop overeating? Or wasting time online? Why can’t I seem to finish my projects or make progress in my spiritual life? Why do I fall for the same stupid temptations over and over again? Today on the podcast, Jonathan sits down with Drew Dyck to talk about self ...…
 
How were people saved in the Old Testament? That’s a good question and one that many of us wonder about. Was it by good works or was it by faith? But here’s the big picture. When we look at the Scriptures, this is the pattern that emerges. Salvation is always… Offered by the grace of […] The post #11: How Were People Saved in the Old Testament? ...…
 
The Christian life is active, not passive. It’s so easy to start letting life happen to us. There’s so much to do. Information to process. Schedules to manage. Emails to check. Laundry to fold, practices to get to and homework to be done. The pace is crazy. If we’re not careful, we can become passive […] The post #10: The Christian Life is Acti ...…
 
How do you walk through the challenges of life as a Christian? How do those challenges and obstacles shape our identity? How do we remain both honest and faithful in the midst of hardship and difficulty? What are the tools that we need to deal with these challenges as they come? Today on the podcast, Jonathan Morrow and Trudy Cathy White answer ...…
 
In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Jonathan Morrow, Director of Cultural Engagement at Impact 360 Institute, about this book Welcome to College as well as trends with Generational Z. They talk about how to use this book to prepare for college as well as the importance of finding a local church during the college years. This episode will be ...…
 
How do you think about truth, culture, and freedom? What’s shaping us as a culture, and why are we so divided? What’s a way forward? As Christians, why is it important to care about these kinds of issues, and how do we respond to false ideas? This week on the podcast, Jonathan Morrow and Os Guinness answer these questions as they discuss truth, ...…
 
In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Phil Carroll, student director, at Gracepoint church. Phil talks about how the church's college ministry multiplied from reaching one campus to include another campus with a different context. Like us on Facebook@NoCampusLeft on Twitter@NoCampusLeft on Instagram The views expressed by guests on the NCL pod ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Dr. Jeff Iorg, president of Gateway Seminary, on his book Is God Calling Me? Dr. Iorg answers with a resonding "yes!" He explains what a call is, and the three types of call that God puts on our hearts. Dr. Iorg talks about ministry leadership, and the call that every believer in Christ has. Tom and Dr. Ior ...…
 
How do you "grow" a leader? In the workplace, the family, and really anywhere else, what does it look like to motivate people to lead? How do you build a culture that values things like greatness, resiliency, opportunity, and wisdom? Why is it important to value these things? On this episode of the podcast, Jonathan Morrow and our guest Jeff Mc ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Eric Warren from Cornerstone church in Ames, IA about reaching international students through family groups. Eric shares how the church involves both American students and non-students to minister to international students. They talk about recruiting volunteers, meeting places, size of groups, and the advan ...…
 
How do you share the good news with Mormons? Are Christianity and Mormonism similar, or even the same thing? If not, what are the important differences? How do we as Christians have a successful spiritual conversations with our Mormon neighbors? On this episode of the podcast, Jonathan Morrow and our guest Eric Johnson answer these questions as ...…
 
What is the story of reality? Why is the Christian story unique, and how do other stories come up short in their attempt to explain the way the world really is? How can we go about articulating this story in a way that makes sense? On this episode of the podcast, Jonathan Morrow and our guest Greg Koukl answer these questions and discuss how wh ...…
 
In this episode Tom Knight talks with three guests about Hurricane Florence and the long road to recovery. Guests are Mike Pittman, Lead Pastor for Vertical Church; Ethan Welch, Pastor of Teaching and Vision at The Bridge Church (9:20 mark); and Tom Beam, constultant with Baptists on Mission (20:00 mark). We get an update on the conditions from ...…
 
What does it mean to be human in the age of artificial intelligence? Are there jobs that simply require a human to do? What is "anti-fragility" and why is it a virtue? In the end, why should Christians care about this stuff? On this episode of the podcast, Jonathan Morrow and our guest Jay Richards answer these questions and more as they discus ...…
 
How do you walk through doubt as a Christian? In those times, how do you develop discernment? Why is it important to deal with doubt rather than push it aside? How does apologetics play a role in helping us understand why we believe what we believe? On this episode of the podcast, Jonathan Morrow and Alisa Childers answer these questions and mo ...…
 
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