Podcast Archive

An LGBT Defense Misses a Biblical Point

There are many reasons why pro-gay theology is mistaken. Alan addresses a particular defense that fails to understand what Scripture is saying.
Alan Shlemon | Christianity & Culture, Theology | September 7, 2017

All Truth Is God’s Truth

Is knowledge discovered by science un-Christian or anti-God? Alan addresses the question of how we come to gain knowledge and what sources are credible.
Alan Shlemon | Science, Philosophy, Theology | August 21, 2017

Albania's Hope is the Gospel

Alan recently spent the week teaching in the world's first country that declared itself atheist by its constitution.
Alan Shlemon | Christianity & Culture | June 4, 2017

The Cost Muslims Pay for Missing the True Jesus

Alan explains three ways that Muslims miss the true Jesus and why it should matter to them.
Alan Shlemon | Theology | May 21, 2017

Can churches discipline for the sin of homosexuality?

Alan evaluates a church’s decision to dismiss a man from membership because he engaged in a homosexual relationship.
Alan Shlemon | Christianity & Culture, Theology | April 1, 2017

Do Pro-Lifers Want the Government to Regulate a Woman’s Body?

Alan responds to an article claiming that women’s equality can’t exist until the government doesn’t regulate a woman’s body, in the same way it doesn’t regulate a man’s body.
Alan Shlemon | Bio-Ethics | March 5, 2017

Atheism’s Burden of Proof

Alan explains why although atheists may not have to prove the absence of God, their view still entails three incredible assertions that require a lot of explaining.
Alan Shlemon | Philosophy | February 1, 2017

Pro-life Persuasion Always Succeeds

Alan explains how his recent failure to convince an abortion-choice advocate helps us rethink how we measure success.
Alan Shlemon | Bio-Ethics | January 1, 2017

Following Jesus to Compassion

Alan draws upon a component of Jesus’ ministry to help believers transform their relationships with people they disagree with.
Alan Shlemon | Theology | December 4, 2016

If Sin Is Finite, Why Is Hell Eternal?

Alan responds to the common question why people are punished in hell forever when they’ve only committed a finite amount of sin.
Alan Shlemon | Theology | November 9, 2016