Episode #23, Season 2 – Sean has a passion for equipping the church, and in particular young people, to make the case for the Christian faith. Sean is an Associate Professor in the Christian Apologetics program at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University. Sean is the co-host for the Think Biblically podcast and he has written, co-written, or edited more than twenty books.
In today’s interview, we speak with Pastor Brent Simpson on the subjects of revival, leadership, and apologetics.
Unfortunately with the rise of YouTube videos, people can watch conspiracy documentaries or informational videos that are full of half-truths and missing pieces.
Why is it when someone mentions the words charismatic or anything to do with the exercising of God-given gifts some Christians react so strongly?
Many Christians are under the false assumption that Matthew 24 is speaking to the Church despite the fact that the Church didn’t even exist at this point.
For the Christian with a biblical worldview, we have a solid foundation from which we can view evil and suffering. God has set a standard of perfection.
However, if we step back and take a look at this, can all religions be equally valid and lead to the same truth?
In this episode, learn how you can better argue for this portion of the Bible, who the sons of God are, and what really caused the flood.
An introduction to Himitsu, a podcast focusing on apologetics, bible studies, and current events from a biblical perspective. Learn what Himitsu is and some of the subjects that will be discussed in this podcast.
As Christians, we are told to walk by faith and not by sight; however, this doesn’t mean we can’t find archaeological evidence in support of what’s written in the Bible.
The Bible shows us that, although evil is real and prevalent in this world, there is an all-loving, all-knowing God who gives us the free will to choose or reject Him.