Category: Apologetics

Juan Valdez: Critical Thinking, Culture Wars, and Apologetics

People often ask fair questions about faith, God, the Bible, or about truth. Today’s youth are no different. Can you really know God, does absolute truth exist, if God is love why is there evil, do Christians live by blind faith? And many other honest questions.

But there’s a problem. Too often, believers in Christ do not have good, thoughtful answers for them. Are we equipped to answer these questions let alone help today’s young people for the spiritual and cultural battles they face every day?

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Jay Seegert on Creation vs Evolution

The universe reveals a complexity, design, and magnificence that staggers the imagination, and logic shows us that life could not have appeared by some random, spontaneous process. Evidence seems to point to a master plan and an intelligent being; such intricate, organized design must have come from a Designer. 

The theory of evolution however, has been generally accepted by the scientific community and academia, and taught as fact in most public schools across America. 

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Gathering Storms of War in the Middle East

The Bible teaches us that in the final years before our Lord’s return there would be a large, destructive war against Israel by her enemies.  Could we be witnessing the stage being set for the final chapter of Earth’s history before the Lord Himself returns to judge mankind and establish his everlasting kingdom?

Gary Kah of Hope for the World joins Mike to discuss the events that seem to be pushing the world one step closer to the return of our Lord and Savior?

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The Subtle Erosion of Biblical Literacy

Change is sometimes abrupt and immediate, but more often it is comprised of a slow erosion over time as little by little truth is replaced with opinions and emotions.  The serious decline of Christianity in America is the result of decades of subtle changes in what has been and is currently being taught in public education, what is presented in media, and from pulpits that often seem more interested in placating culture instead of speaking God’s truth and shining the light of Christ truth into it.

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Reconciling God’s Various Attributes

God is righteous, just and holy.  He gets angry and will one day pour out His wrath upon a fallen, sinful world and many will perish.  But He is also loving and kind; patient and long suffering; He is merciful and offers His grace to those who believe in Jesus Christ.

Our human level of thinking and understanding cannot readily reconcile these attributes—they often seem contradictory to us.  Dave Wager joins Mike and Crash to discuss God’s attributes as we look at the Book of Nahum.

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The Church, Public Schools, and the Hebrew Scriptures

In our first segment today, we are joined by Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Council to discuss how Christian parents can prepare their children for a godless school system and culture, and how the church can better equip youth for the challenges they will face in education and adult life.

Jeffrey Johnson, author of a new book “Divine Mysteries: Concise and Thoughtful Ancient Biblical Wisdom” joins us in our second segment to discuss how the church and Christian community needs to change how we read and understand the Bible. 

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Can Our Nation Ever return to What it Once was?

Today, we look at the continuing decline of morality and law in our nation as we visit with Christian scholar Vishal Mangalwadi.  Vishal refers to the Bible as Western Civilization’s founding text and believes that our nation faces catastrophe unless we return to the God’s Word as our source of law and morality.

Vishal Mangalwadi has been called one of India’s foremost Christian intellects.  His latest book is titled “This Book Changed Everything” chronicling the Bible’s amazing impact on the world.

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Friendship Over Truth?

There’s an old saying, “politics makes strange bedfellows,” but these days professing Christianity, government, and worldliness also seem to be aligning more often, developing very strange partnerships.  We’ve seen so-called “Celebrity pastors” often embrace Hollywood stars or elite sports celebrities who claim to be Christians, but they often do so without a modicum of discernment or wisdom, causing more confusion in a a church that is confused enough already.

In our final segment today we look at a resolution passed by the Democratic Party that applauds “non-religious Americans” while disdaining Christian churchgoers. Our guest today is Don Veinot of Midwest Christian Outreach. He joins Mike and David to discuss how friendship seems to be more important than truth to a growing number of Christian leaders, and how heresy is on the rise in the church itself.

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How Christian Students Handle Argumentative Atheist Teachers

Our youth are headed back to school—grade school, high school or college.  There is a good possibility they may run into atheist teachers who will present theories and “teachings” that contradict the Word of God.  How can we prepare our Christian students for a potential onslaught of propaganda and secular theory that will encourage them to abandon the Word of God for what is presented as “scientific fact” these days?

Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project joins Mike and Crash this morning to share ideas on how we can equip our students to respectfully interact with public school teachers. They also touch on Jay’s Question of The Month from his website.

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Ryan Mauro: National Security Update / Gaye Willard: A Christmas Collection

Two special guests today! Ryan Mauro is a national security analyst at Clarion Project, (segment 1) “Finding the Mountain of Moses” documentary; and Gaye Frances Willard, an an author and award-winning artist (segment 2) discussing, “Every Knee Shall Bow – A Christmas Collection.”

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Juan Valdez: Critical Thinking, Culture Wars, and Apologetics

People often ask fair questions about faith, God, the Bible, or about truth. Today’s youth are no different. Can you really know God, does absolute truth exist, if God is love why is there evil, do Christians live by blind faith? And many other honest questions.

But there’s a problem. Too often, believers in Christ do not have good, thoughtful answers for them. Are we equipped to answer these questions let alone help today’s young people for the spiritual and cultural battles they face every day?

Read More

Jay Seegert on Creation vs Evolution

The universe reveals a complexity, design, and magnificence that staggers the imagination, and logic shows us that life could not have appeared by some random, spontaneous process. Evidence seems to point to a master plan and an intelligent being; such intricate, organized design must have come from a Designer. 

The theory of evolution however, has been generally accepted by the scientific community and academia, and taught as fact in most public schools across America. 

Read More
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