256: What Does it Mean to Contend for the Faith?
What Does it Mean to Contend for the Faith?
253: Should You Practice Arguing?
Reasoned debate, rather than quarreling, is the key to influencing people’s opinions, and it’s crucial to master this skill and to recognize when others employ flawed reasoning that derails meaningful dialogue.
197: Why Argue?
Which model does Scripture promote in sharing the “good news” of Jesus Christ—argumentation or testimony?
196: Is Critical Analysis of Scripture a Pretense for Disobedience?
How we view Scripture, as a command word or one we may critique, is the subject of this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast.
187: How Biblical Is Your Worldview?
How Biblical Is Your Worldview?
184: Is Our Belief About the Bible Too Weak?
Is Our Belief About the Bible Too Weak?
181: What Has Made the Church Vulnerable to Infiltration?
What Has Made the Church Vulnerable to Infiltration?
144: What Makes a Good Curriculum?
In this episode of the Out of the Question Podcast, Catherine Brown discusses her literature curriculum, the Biblio Monde, as a way to teach critical thinking, discernment, and apologetics to young children.
Responding to Enemies Inside and Outside the Church
In this episode, Russell Traweek answers the question, “How do we respond to enemies inside and outside the church?” This is part of a sermon series based on the book of Nehemiah from a Christian Reconstructionist perspective.
NDT Gives Away the House; We Rassle Over Service and Authority
In the first half of the program, Pastor Gordan Runyan and his wife, Joyce, discuss an article in The Scientific American, in which current icon of the unbelievers, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, jettisons whatever epistemological foundations his worldview ever thought of having. After the break, we have an excerpt from a recent sermon in which the pastor sought to bring the concept of servant-authority down to street level.