We dissect an article written by a former missionary who believes Christians could be much more productive if the purpose of missions was to spread more Jesus and less Christianity.
Archive for January 2012
The topic of this show was supposed to be a description of the classic pro-God proof called the "Teleological Argument" which deals with the evidence of God in his creation. It turned into a gentlemanly debate between the three of us about the evidence, and/or lack of evidence, of long-term macro-evolution. Let us know where you stand on the issue.
Dave and Nate took turns freaking my mind this morning as they talked about some deeply philosophical proofs of God's existence. I was not aware Nate knew how to read before today, so you can imagine my surprise in discovering he has apparently consumed the works of virtually every ancient Christian apologist. That's right, I said "ancient." We are talking about some of the most logically complex rationales for the reality of God and all of them originated over 1500 years ago.
This show is not about all the different ways Christians interpret the biblical references to the end times. It is about the proper way to view, think about and discuss the end of the world in mixed company.
Here it is, the long-awaited conclusion to our defense of organized religion. Don't skip this last one just because you think you've had your fill from the first two. This one is less than 30 minutes long and we think it will be worth the ear-effort.