Reasonable Faith Podcast: An Interview With Timothy Keller

Dr. Craig reviews a New York Times interview with pastor and apologist Timothy Keller. KEVIN HARRIS: Today you are going to hear apologetics in action in the New York Times. It is an interview with pastor Timothy Keller in the New York Times. We really think you are going to enjoy this article.By the way, do you have all of Dr. Craig’s books in your library? If you don’t, you’ll want to remedy that situation. Go to ReasonableFaith.org. You will be supporting the work of Reasonable Faith when … [Read more...]

Simply Joyful Podcast: A Return to Chivalry: Making Character Training Fun with Heather Haupt

“Chivalry is dead.” That's a phrase I hear from time to time. The thing is that chivalry doesn't have to be dead. It needs to be trained.A Return to Chivalry: Making Character Training Fun with Heather Haupt It does feel like many kids these days don't seem to have an understanding of basic manners. My mom actually used to teach customer service to corporate employees. So, I grew up with a very strong sense of the importance of good etiquette.Every woman appreciates having a door held … [Read more...]

5 Minutes in Church History: The $14 Million Book

A $14 million book? On today's episode of 5 Minutes in Church History, Dr. Stephen Nichols tells the story of Europe’s oldest intact book.St. Cuthbert Gospel - a $14 Million Book A $14 million book sounds expensive, right? Believe it or not, that’s not the most expensive book of all time. That honor goes to Leonardo Da Vinci’s codex, a seventy-two-page notebook that sold for $30.8 million at auction; it was purchased by Bill Gates. There are other books that are pretty expensive too. In 19 … [Read more...]

BreakPoint: Christian Worldview and “The View” – Revelation vs. Majority Opinion

Christian Worldview and “The View” - Revelation vs. Majority Opinion Here’s a hard saying for some: Just because you think Jesus would do something doesn’t mean He would. [display_podcast]Jack Phillips, owner of the Masterpiece Cake Shop, is a brave man. Because he refused to decorate a cake for a same-sex wedding ceremony, he was hauled before the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. He was fined, and faces financial ruin. But he’s still standing fast. And the Supreme Court has agreed to take … [Read more...]

First Liberty Briefing: Supreme Court Agrees to Hear the Appeal of Masterpiece Cakeshop

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear the Appeal of Masterpiece Cakeshop The Supreme Court has indicated that it wants to consider whether people of faith who operate a business will be welcomed to the public square or driven from it.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 liber … [Read more...]

Ask Pastor John: How Much Sleep Is Too Much Sleep?

How Much Sleep Is Too Much Sleep? This episode will launch on the evening of the Fourth of July, so many Americans will be sleep-deprived tonight, which is timely, because we have an email from a listener named Ashley who writes in to ask how much sleep is a sign of personal laziness? And how little sleep is a sign of faithless arrogance. “Hello Pastor John! My question for you is about sleep. I have heard opposing opinions ranging from some saying that sleep is a very necessary humbling r … [Read more...]