Jesus in HD 186: The Mysterious Member of the Trinity (Part 2)

[display_podcast] “But I tell you that I am going to do what is best for you. That is why I am going away. The Holy Spirit cannot come to help you until I leave. But after I am gone, I will send the Spirit to you.” (John 16:7) You could call the Holy Spirit Jesus’ going away present, first to His disciples, and then, of course, to each of us. As you will hear in this PODCAST, we’re talking about The Third Member of Trinity, the Mysterious Member of the Trinity.Here in John 14-17 (the so-cal … [Read more...]

The Briefing: Fort Lauderdale Shooting & Abortion Rights from a Christian Worldview.

[display_podcast]FORT LAUDERDALE SHOOTING RAISES QUESTIONS OF MORAL RESPONSIBILITY, SIN, AND THE RATIONALITY OF EVIL By now the major contours of the crime that took place in the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Friday afternoon are well-known. It comes down to this: a man got on a plane in Alaska flying from Alaska to Minnesota. In Minnesota he changed planes and flew from that state to Fort Lauderdale. Once he landed in Fort Lauderdale, he got the gun that he had checked … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Bathroom Wars and Identity

Why have public restrooms become an issue in our culture? [display_podcast]Kevin Harris: The issue of transgenderism isn’t going anywhere, in particular the debate over which bathroom you can use according to whether you feel like you’re a man or a woman. This has got conservatives extremely upset and more progressives, or liberal people, want to include this in their agenda.You’ve been following this whole thing. What are your thoughts on the “bathroom wars”?Dr. William Lane Craig: … [Read more...]

Story Team Weekly: Shared Grief

Grief over death is a tricky thing. It is different for everyone. It moves in a unique way in each of our lives. But we all know one thing for sure: our loved one is simply not here anymore.What consoles us? Logic? Logic says everyone dies. Culture? Culture says many things, sometimes conflicting things. Time? Time dulls. Religion? Religion gives us advice. But what does God do? God gives us good news. Jesus died the death we should have died, rose again, and conquered death forever. And … [Read more...]

5 Minutes in Church History: The Enduring Problem

How does Christianity relate to culture? In this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History, Dr. Stephen Nichols reviews H. Richard Niebuhr's five models for understanding this relationship.The twentieth-century theologian H. Richard Niebuhr once put his finger on what he called “the enduring problem.” The phrase comes from his book Christ and Culture. He said, “A many-sided debate about the relations of Christianity and civilization is being carried on in our time.” He uses the word “civiliz … [Read more...]

White Horse Inn: Finding Yourself in God’s Story

[display_podcast]What are the stories we tell ourselves, and how do these stories shape what we believe and how we live? When we discover ourselves in God’s story, we come to understand that God is with us through pain and pleasure, confusion and confidence, doubt and dependence. God is the one who is at work in the world to save it. God is the one who has promised to gather a people from all over the world, from every tribe, tongue, and nation to know him and be known, to love him and be l … [Read more...]