Greg tells us about a time his youthful zeal got the best of him.
Fuz teaches us a valuable lesson: We are more credible when we admit our mistakes.
Gary lets us in on a little secret: Even experts forget things sometimes!
Sam reminds us that the best way to answer objections is by being quick to listen and slow to speak.
Sam talks about a time he answered a question biblically but accidentally neglected the heart of the questioner.
Abdu and Derek discuss times they defended themselves instead of their faith.
Christians believe the Bible was inspired by God, who does not make mistakes. Therefore, the Bible must be without error. However, if an error in the Bible is located, does this mean God did not inspire Christian holy writ? Join Abdu as he cross-examines a claim about the disputed age of King Ahaziah.
In the previous episode, medical physicist Scott Symington described his paradigm for understanding the relationship between Christianity and science, which he called STOMA, or symbiotic trending overlapping magisteria. In this episode, Abdu and Scott discuss certain controversial topics in the conversation between religion and science and apply Scott’s STOMA paradigm to them in order to […]
TRANSCRIPT Our family loves watching A Charlie Brown Christmas, the 1965 animated special (we don’t care much for the more modern sequel). It’s odd that something as seemingly frivolous as a cartoon can plumb the depths of Christmas. In the special, Charlie Brown is frustrated because his friends are putting on a Christmas pageant that […]
Abdu is joined by medical physicist Scott Symington to discuss the relationship between religion and science. Do they intersect or overlap, or are they part of what Stephen Jay Gould called non-overlapping magisteria (NOMA)? Symington proposes an alternative paradigm, STOMA, that holds the potential for mutual benefit between science and, in particular, Christianity.