In a universe without God, is it possible to find purpose and meaning in life? We'll try our best, and fail like the rest, as we strive to provide the God-denying masses a reason to get out of bed each day.
Archive for August 2012
This episode addresses the assertion that Christianity (and religion in general) is only for those swimming in the soup of a screwed up existence. Is there room for God in a life that's on the up and up?
How much interpretative freedom can Christians allow before things start to come unglued? This week we walk up to the frightening edge of heresy to take a closer look at, "The line thou shalt not cross" (that's a Nick quote).
Was Moses really a moral monster? This week we dish up a response to last week's Atheist assault on Christian morality. We're swimming in the 31st chapter of the book of Numbers for those following along at home.
Here's the second half, posted early by popular demand. DISCLAIMER: If impassioned arguing and feverish debate is not your cup of tea, you may want to take a pass on this one. And yes, we will absolutely be coming back around to revisit the Numbers passage with full contextual clarity next week.
Boris, our Atheist intern, is back for another week of brain-bashing. The conversation took so many twists and turns that we had to break it up over two shows. The next half will be posted next week so we can give our gourds a sabbatical. If you have any comments (and I know you will) please send them our way.