E3 Expedition Podcast 12: Redemptive Analogies in Ethiopia & Teens Spreading God’s Word in India

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[display_podcast] This week’s first story comes from Rick who followed the Lord’s leading to meet and work with His people in Ethiopia:There were actually three different religious groups that we dealt with in Ethiopia: The Orthodox Christians, the Muslims, and the third were Nature Worshipers. Part of my assignment was to go before the other teams and assess whether or not this would be a good region for us to work with on an ongoing basis. The Christian denomination in this area was ori … [Read more...]

The Summit Lecture Series: Myths of Evolution with Sean McDowell, part 1

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org.From Sean McDowell, author of ETHIX:  Being Bold in a Whatever World:I was on a plane a number of years ago, and I was watching a video, minding my own business… have you ever tried to watch a movie or read a book on a plane and the person next to you is just intent on nosing in and finding out what’s going on?Well, I was watching PBS’s “Evolution”; and as I finished and closed my laptop, the lady next to me … [Read more...]

The Big Picture Podcast: 21st Century Consequences of 20th Century Feminism

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[display_podcast] From Joel Fieri, author of The Big Picture Podcast: Welcome to the Big Picture Podcast. On this weeks podcast it’s time to check in with the “Late ‘Boomer” to see how he’s doing in his efforts to clean up the societal mess that is the Baby Boom legacy. The question for the ‘boomer this week is: Does a fish need a bicycle? Some of you might recognize the root of that question. In the 60’s and 70’s the feminist movement, then know as “women’s lib”, questioned the importance of … [Read more...]

Confessions of a Closet Christian: Is There More to Thanksgiving than Turkey?

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[display_podcast] From Jana Elizabeth Doughty: When I hear the word “Thanksgiving,” of course I think of turkey and mashed potatoes.  Maybe a little Black Friday shopping.  Maybe some pilgrims and some corn.  It’s easy to associate the holiday with football games and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade.  I even think of the National Dog Show sponsored by Purina that my family inevitably watches as we leave the TV on after the parade and begin to cook. When I think of thanksgiving in the Bible, my S … [Read more...]

Ouxano: Easily Understanding Old Testament Literature

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[display_podcast] From Pastor Matt Tague, author of Read the Word: The Bible was written for you: This week, we take a look at the Literary Aspect of the Old Testament. This simply means the things that are there in the text that you need to be paying attention to or looking for as you read through the Bible. The first thing to remember is: Don’t overlook the obvious. Most of the historical sections of the Old Testament have what is called “The Divine Narrator”. We see this when the narrator o … [Read more...]

An Examined Life with Jeff Allen: Sex, Drugs and Christianity with Nate Larkin

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[display_podcast] From Jeff Allen - comedian, thinker, and author: Be forewarned:  The content about to be expressed in this podcast is explicit in nature, but deals with real issues facing men and women all across the country in all aspects of life – even our pastors. Author, national speaker on the topic of sex addition and creator of the Sampson Society Nate Larkin joins us this week for An Examined Life. We start out our discussion talking about the word “worldview”. What does this weird … [Read more...]


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