Guest Host: Tim Barnett
 
Tim talks to Cameron Bertuzzi of Capturing Christianity about his work on YouTube helping Christians take their knowledge of apologetics to the next level through debates and interviews.
 
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  1. Interview: Cameron Bertuzzi – Capturing Christianity (00:00)
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Guest Host: Alan Shlemon
 
Alan talks about a tweet that sums up what we’ve been experiencing over the last six months: Social media creates a faux omnipresence and faux omniscience when it comes to tragedies all over the world, and that isn’t good for us.
 
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  1. Commentary: Comment of the year (00:00)
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Guest Host: Jonathan Noyes
 
Jon tells the story of how he came to realize atheism can’t explain reality but Christianity can.
 
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  1. Commentary: Why I left atheism (:00)
 
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What Is Truth?

Greg talks about the difference between mind-dependent and object-dependent truth (and why it matters).
 
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  1. Commentary: What is truth? (00:00)
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Greg responds to questions about whether it’s impossible for there not to be a God, why he would declare secular moral theories are false, Adam’s belly button, libertarian free will, salvation in all denominations, and the fine-tuning argument.
 
Topics:
  1. Would you say it’s not possible for there not to be a God? (00:00)
  2. Must the God that exists be your God? (25:00)
  3. Why would you declare secular moral theories are false? (30:00)
  4. Did Adam and Eve have a belly button? (37:00)
  5. What is your view of determinism as opposed to libertarian free will? (39:00)
  6. Do people of all denominations go to Heaven? (45:00)
  7. The fine-tuning argument is like shuffling cards and getting a random combination. (48:00) 
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Christians should be clear on the clear teachings of Scripture, even when the culture is telling us something different. As Paul says in Colossians 2:8, “See to it that no one takes you captive through [human] philosophy and empty deception.” 
 
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  1. Commentary: Why are Christians foundering on fundamentals? (00:00)
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Greg answers a question about Neanderthals interbreeding with humans, then he talks about reasons why students fall away and what we should do about it.
 
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  1. What is your opinion on the idea of Neanderthals interbreeding with humans? (05:00)
  2. Commentary: Why students fall away (22:00)
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Greg talks about our need to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly, then he answers questions about God using tragedies, the church’s use of Song of Songs, and praying through a house.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Our responsibility as Christ’s ambassadors is clear. (00:00)
  2. God can use tragic things to bring people to Himself. (11:00)
  3. What do you think about churches using Song of Songs to describe our individual walks with God? (24:00)
  4. What are your thoughts on bringing a stranger in to pray through a house? (44:00)
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Guest Host: Jonathan Noyes
 
Jon talks about the effects of worldview on suicide then answers a question about loving as Jesus loves and talks about evil and the atheist worldview.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: The effects of worldview on suicide (00:00)
  2. What's the difference between loving your neighbor as yourself and loving as Jesus loves? (26:00)
  3. Commentary: Evil and the atheist worldview (46:00)
Guest Host: Jonathan Noyes
 
Jon talks about the need for the church to represent Jesus well by loving well right now, then he answers questions about the moral argument and how to convey love.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: We need to live out the radical love of Jesus. (00:00)
  2. Does this challenge defeat the moral argument? (25:00)
  3. How can we convey a better love to our culture that’s turning to violence? (37:00)

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