Reasonable Faith Podcast: Flawed Foundations in Atheist Debates, Part 1

Sometimes the debate is over before it begins! Dr. Craig examines common mistakes we make when debating [display_podcast]KEVIN HARRIS: Hey! Glad you made it to Reasonable Faith with Dr. William Lane Craig. It’s Kevin Harris. We’ve got a two-part podcast we are beginning today. Do you ever get into online debates on atheism versus theism or the Christian faith? I think it is pretty safe to assume that most regular listeners to this podcast get into debates online quite often. And I am not say … [Read more...]

First Liberty Briefing: Why the Framers Prohibited a Religious Test in the Constitution

Thank you for joining us for the First Liberty Briefing, an exclusive podcast where host Jeremy Dys—also First Liberty Senior Counsel—provides an insider’s look at the stories, cases, people and laws that have made America the world’s leader in protecting religious liberty. Tucked away in the corner of the United States Constitution is an important phrase that demonstrates our country’s commitment to religious liberty.Toward the end of the main part of the Constitution we find Article 6, dea … [Read more...]

5 Minutes in Church History: Philip Melanchthon

Who was "Master Philip" and what did he contribute to the Reformation? In this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History, Dr. Stephen Nichols tells us about the life of Philip Melanchthon.Philip Melanchthon is, after Martin Luther, likely the most prominent resident of Wittenberg, Germany. “Master Philip,” as Luther called him, was born on February 15, 1497. He came of age educationally just after Martin Luther did, but in many ways, Melanchthon’s education was very different from Luther’s. Luth … [Read more...]

Simply Joyful Podcast: The Power of Friendship with Lisa-Jo Baker

Have you ever felt FOMO? That’s the Fear Of Missing Out. And in this day and age of social media, it not only makes friendships between women difficult…it can make them feel downright impossible. Even if you’re not on social media you can experience FOMO when you hear about friends getting together for playdates or coffee without you. That fear of being left can easily set in. FOMO is real!Friendships can be difficult for a variety of reasons. We as women compare ourselves to each other and f … [Read more...]

WWUTT: Only God Can Judge Me?

Only God can judge me!This is a phrase that shows up in rap songs, tattoos, t-shirts, bumper stickers…And when someone says this, what they mean is: “You may not approve of what I am doing, but God does!” No, He doesn’t.You see, God has already judged you in the Bible and He says you’re guilty. You’re a murderer at heart, calling somebody names makes you liable to the hell of fire. Everyone who is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment… Whoever says, “You fool!” will be … [Read more...]

The Briefing: LGBT and abortion debates forcing churches to choose

[display_podcast]"RANSOMWARE" CYBER ATTACK AFFECTING OVER 150 COUNTRIES STOPPED BY 22 YEAR OLD SURFER—AT LEAST FOR NOW It was a very busy weekend, especially for a group of hackers and those trying to stop them. The hacking was actually a massive effort—according to the count as of last night, computers have been hacked in 150 different nations. About 200,000 computers, it was estimated, by Sunday night had been infected with what is known as ransomware, and it’s not an innocent hack. The st … [Read more...]