109: The Case for Faith (Part Two)

By on April 15, 2014 | Discuss

Tom Beasley and Chris Lazare wrap up our discussion of Lee Strobel’s infamous book The Case for Faith. Strobel’s book covers an important selection of faith-altering concerns Christians may have about their beliefs paired with faith-saving arguments from various academics. Needless to say, the atheists on our panel have a few words they’d like to add.

108: The Case for Faith (Part One)

By on March 17, 2014 | Discuss

Tom, Chris Lazare, and Christopher Thielen discuss Lee Strobel’s book The Case For Faith, dissecting the eight objections Strobel believes every person of faith should be able to comprehend.

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107: The Science Delusion

By on February 17, 2014 | Discuss

Is science an ideology? Does society follow scientism to a fault? Robin, Colin, Chris Lazare, and Christopher Thielen discuss an interview with cultural critic Curtis White, author of a new book The Science Delusion: Asking the Big Questions in a Culture of Easy Answers.

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106: Non-overlapping magisteria (NOMA)

By on February 10, 2014 | Discuss

Colin and Chris discuss Stephen Jay Gould’s famous paper, Non-overlapping magisteria (NOMA), which asserts that science and religion are not in conflict with one another.

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105: Suffering

By on January 20, 2014 | Discuss

Why is there suffering? What does the Biblical tradition have to say about suffering and how have those answers affected even our secular sense of morality? Our panel discusses these questions through the light of Bart Ehrman’s book God’s Problem.

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