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Best Faith School podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Faith School podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A weekly podcast that offers Christian perspectives on some of the most significant issues facing today's church and culture. In each episode, hosts Scott Rae and Sean McDowell — professors at Biola University's Talbot School of Theology — draw upon biblical wisdom and insights from guest experts as they explore how Christians can thoughtfully and faithfully engage with cultural trends and current events.
 
The Being Lutheran Podcast co-hosted by pastors Jason Gudim, Brett Boe, and Brian Ricke. It is a walk through the Lutheran Book of Concord, episode by episode and article by article. This podcast started off as the adult Sunday School class at Faith Free Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, MN, taught by Jason. Brett brings an outsiders' perspective to the material and keeps Jason mostly on task. The podcast is produced by Brian.
 
A miracle is Gods power being manifested, and God desires to do miracles in our lives. He wants us to get free from some things we thought couldnt be changed. He wants things to happen in our lives that nobody can explain. But by faith, we have to believe He can do itand that when we reach up, He reaches back; when we call, He answers; and when we ask, we receive. Even when it seems impossible, it can still be done for those who believe!
 
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Nashville Dyslexia Center's Erin Paske offers ideas to parents whose children will be schooling from home because of the pandemic. Journalist Ariel Sabar, author of "Veritas," tells the story of how a Harvard scholar was conned by the seller of forged Coptic papyrus fragment.]]>
 
Matthew Hawkins, former policy director for Ethics and Religious Liberty Commision, talks about his experience with Biden during the Obama Administration around religious liberties. Lifeway Social's Chris Martin talks about ways to cultivate your social media feed to limit unwanted content on your feed.]]>…
 
Peter Kapsner responds to a New York Times opinion editorial touting how fertility technology could make for children created from multiple people and how that could redefine family and humanity. Pastor Colin Smith of Unlocking the Bible talks about the new book "Open the Bible in 30 Days."]]>
 
Ben Johnson looks at calls for a billionaire tax, plus what might happen to religious freedoms if Biden is elected. Religion in Public's Ryan Burge talks about polling showing that that acceptance of the LGBT lifestyle is growing even among Evangelicals.]]>
 
Bill English talks about how churches can help foster entrepreneurs who seek a greater Kingdom impact in the marketplace. Theologian Craig Blomberg, author of "Can We Still Believe in God?" talks about 10 key modern objections to Christianity and offers answers to them.]]>
 
Justin Giboney looks at a recent article by Tim Keller addressing Critical Race Theory and finding a Biblically faithful path to dealing with injustice. David Schmus of Christian Educators Association International talks about what their members are thinking heading into this new, pandemic-ridden school year.]]>…
 
Dr. Zach Jenkins updates us on the fight against COVID-19, including the plateauing of new cases in the US. Political scientist Adam Carrington provides analysis of Trump's executive orders to offer economic help against the pandemic, as well as Trump's religious rhetoric against Biden.]]>
 
Matthew Hawkins reflects on the stand taken by Grace Community Church of Sun Valley CA to reopen against the state's pandemic restrictions and how Scripture speaks to the issue. Theolatte's Dan DeWitt addresses the recent push by Richard Dawkins to attribute nature's designs to extra-terrestrials.]]>…
 
Why do humans wonder so deeply about the nature and purpose of the world? And what does this tell us about what it means to be human? In this episode, Sean and Scott interview Oxford professor Alister McGrath about his latest book. McGrath makes a powerful case that naturalism is insufficient to account for the universal human sense of wonder and t…
 
Peter Kapsner responds to a Baptist pastor who came out as transgender in sermon and the news of seminaries welcoming opening LGBT students. National Day of Prayer's Kathy Branzell talks about the NDOP's Nehemiah Response hoping to call American Christians to pray for the Church and our country.]]>
 
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