One third of Evangelicals believe that religious claims are just about opinion, not objective fact. Is this true? And how should we think through this claim?
Explicitly and implicitly today, many people think science is the only way to know something. Yet, there are several issues with this view. We look at 3 on this week’s episode.
Paul seems to say that something can be right for one person and wrong for another. Is this true? And how does this apply to modern conversations around drinking and Christian liberty?
Since people who deny God still live in a world he created, they will live inconsistently with their beliefs. This week, we address how to identify and use these inconsistancies.
Does “subjective” truth exist? And what does this mean for claiming “Jesus is the only way to heaven?”
We do a good job teaching simple truths to young children, but we need to be intentional about adding to this as children get older.
Is there truth in the world or only in us? Is science the only source of truth? What are the consequences of a view where individuals determine what’s true about murder, rape, and more?