Tue, 30 November 2010
In this podcast, Jim answers listener email related to the nature of God (as derived from the arguments for God's existence), our Christian response to secular media and movies like Harry Potter, and the Biblical evidence for the use of deadly force.
Direct download: PCM_Podcast_180_-_Harry_Potter_Gods_Nature_and_Christian_Pacifism_-_LQ.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:00 AM
Mon, 22 November 2010
In this podcast, Jim examines the nature of God from the arguments typically used to argue for God's existence. Do the four most common arguments for God's existence tell us anything about His nature? If God exists (as these arguments seem to indicate) what is He like? Also, Jim answers another atheistic claim that Jesus is merely a recreation of prior Egyptian mythologies.
Direct download: PCM_Podcast_179_-_Reasoning_the_Nature_of_God_-_LQ.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:49 PM
Mon, 15 November 2010
In this podcast, Jim answers listener email related to Ayn Rand's claims related to the burden of proof, the nature of objective truth and the Christian Worldview, the manner in which the Church seems to promote gluttony, and reactions to the case for the Christian use of deadly force. In addition, Jim addresses a recent ABC.com story discussing two pastors who are atheists.
Direct download: PCM_Podcast_178_-_The_Burden_of_Proof_Truth_Gluttony_Pacifism_and_Atheist_Pastors_-_LQ.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:23 AM
Mon, 8 November 2010
This special edition podcast features two interviews with John and Kathy from WORDFM in Pittsburgh. Can you defend the virgin conception and the early dating of the Gospels in a conversational way? These two interviews may provide you with examples of how to make the case for an important Christian truth and how to defend the vital evidential nature of the Gospels.
Direct download: PCM_Podcast_177_-_Radio_Interviews_About_The_Virgin_Conception_and_Early_Gospels_-_LQ.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:27 PM
Mon, 1 November 2010
In this podcast, Jim examines the way that major religious worldviews describe Jesus. Although they deny that Jesus is God, how do the world's religions describe Jesus? Why do they feel compelled to account for Jesus in the first place? Given that all major religions have a place for Jesus in their respective systems, shouldn't a true seeker examine what Christianity has to say about Jesus?
Direct download: PCM_Podcast_176_-_Who_is_Jesus_According_to_Others_-_LQ.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:45 PM