I was very honored to have two apologists join me for a follow-up discussion on apologetic methods. Classical apologist Eric Hernandez and Presuppositional Apologist Sye Ten Bruggencate discuss and debate why they have adopted their methods. Thanks to Sye and Eric for their time.
This solo episode looks at two fools, Bill Maher who believes churches should now be taxed, and Donald Trump whose favorite Bible verse is "an eye for an eye." We also take a look at the trend of trying to convert popular figures to Christ, and what this says about our confidence in God.
Pr. Tom Brock of www.pastorsstudy.org is my guest as we look at the theological decline of Mainline Protestantism. For years, Tom has studied just where the mainline churches have gone wrong, and we cover a wide range of social, moral and Biblical issues.
GK Chesterton is one of the 20th centuries greatest thinkers, writers and apologists. He wittily and wonderfully framed the Christian worldview as the sane one and the materialist worldview as the one that needed defending. We introduce the man and his work on the show today and it will definitely encourage you to read more. Thanks to friends Pastor Matthew Voyer and Justin Baker for sharing their love for GK.
A couple of bona fide street preachers and evangelists were in Houston over the weekend for the Final Four and I was able to get them in studio for a bonus episode of Sin Boldly. To learn more about their ministry, check out their website here. Robert and Mike are Reformed in their theology and embrace a presuppositional approach to apologetics. Listen to hear of their experiences and the reasons they do what they do.
This episode of the Sin Boldly Podcast features an interview with ELCA pastor Clint Schnekloth. It explores the differences between the varying traditions that have led to splits among mainline Protestants, Lutherans included. Topics explored are liberation and liberal theologies, exploring what Law/Gospel theology means today, and yes topics of sexuality and abortion. You can read Clint's blog here.