Is the Trinity made of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Bible? Some Christians think so. Plus, our Heretic of the Week is Brad Jersak, author of Her Gates Will Never Be Shut.
What happens when you find out that Buddhists, Muslims, Sikhs and even Socrates himself, agrees with Jesus? Listen as we discuss the unexpected similarities found in non-Christian places.
With over 35,000 different flavors of Christianity out there to choose from, how do we know what makes us a Christian? Is our faith based on what we believe? Or is it more about who we trust in and how we live our lives? What about good people who do wonderfully selfless things even though they’re not “Christians”? Is Gandhi burning in hell? Is Mother Theresa doomed for being a Catholic who prayed to Mary? What if everything we think we know about being a Christian is wrong? This episode explores all this and more.
Ironically, every attempt Christians make to achieve unity through creeds or statements of faith only leads to more division. Is true unity possible without total agreement? Why does the Nashville Statement serve as a bad example for the rest of us? How can we hope to find common ground if we constantly define ourselves by who we’re against? This episode explores the virtues of listening to others and admitting we might be wrong about something we hold dear.
People shout “heresy” all the time these days. But what makes someone a real heretic? In this episode, the boys debate the finer points of heresy and discover how to recognize a true heretic when you see one.