What are the similarities between Calvinism and Lutheranism? What are some misunderstandings about Luther and Lutheranism? Listen in with Jordan Cooper on the Faith Colloquium podcast.
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What is marriage? How should Christians think about contraception? Listen in with Abigail Favale on the Faith Colloquium podcast.
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Do we ask each other good questions?
Are we eager to speak or listen?
Why does this matter?
More and more I’ve been convicted of the value of asking good questions.Three memories come to mind as I reflect on the significance of questions.
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Was Exodus historical? How should we read Genesis? Listen in with Tremper Longman and Sheb Varghese, on the Faith Colloquium podcast.
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What is contingency? Can reason lead to God? Listen in with Joshua Rasmussen and Sheb Varghese.
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What can academics and lay people do to understand each other better?
How can we bridge the gap? Listen in with Sheb and Sam Varghese on the
Faith Colloquium podcast.
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In the course of our lives, many of us change our minds from one set of beliefs to another. Why is that? Often it is because we discover some problem with that initial set of beliefs that we can no longer tolerate whether it be dualism, physicalism, Calvinism, open Theism, atheism, Christianity, Catholicism, Protestantism, cessationism, continuationism, etc. Moving from system A to system B can feel strange because sometimes you had reasons for not subscribing to system B that had to do with the problems in that system. What this demonstrates is that in every system, every worldview, there are pills you’re going to have to swallow. And the question to ask is which pills am I okay with swallowing. Think of evaluating different belief systems like this. Suppose you’re trying to buy a jigsaw puzzle at the store and there are all these different puzzle-sellers offering different puzzles. But none of the puzzles have all the pieces. All the boxes are missing some part of the puzzle. One puzzle might be a 1000 puzzle pieces and missing 500 pieces, but another puzzle might be… Read More »Evaluating Different Belief Systems
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