In the cultural climate of the 21st century unbelievers need to hear the gospel message as much as ever before. However, unlike the world of the mid 20th century, atheists, agnostics, and proponents of false forms of the faith are becoming more evangelistic for their causes. Students, workers and even ministers are being challenged to accept that modern science, philosophy and mere human desire dictate that they should live a life devoid of Christian sacrifice. For this reason, Trinity Crusades for Christ exists. We are happy to assist God’s people by scheduling evangelistic events, Christian defense conferences and personal evangelism training weeks. It is our desire to see the lost embrace the life that Christ died that they might have, and see Christians grow in their knowledge of how to preach and defend that message. If you would like to schedule an event in your community, contact us now. We are excited to work with you.
Skeptics and Christians alike, understandably, have difficulty seeing how a God of love could advocate for slavery. Yet, the law of Moses, as translated in most english Bibles, does explain how Israelites were to buy, sell, and treat their . . . slaves. Is this proof that the God of the Bible is a moral monster? In this episode, we’ll cover the most objectionable statements in scripture, as they relate to slavery, and discuss the terminology, culture, and intentions of the biblical writers. In the first and last word segments, we’ll cover death-bed conversions, and intuition!
Who did Jesus think he was? It makes a difference when it comes to the discussion of the resurrection. We discuss what Braxton calls "recalibrated plausibility," and answer the question of whether there is good reason to believe that Jesus thought of himself as God's special agent to bring about the kingdom. How does this relate to NASA and the moon landing? Find out on this episode of Trinity Radio!
In this episode we discuss some of the harsh responses we've received from atheists in the comment stream of the Matt Dillahunty vs. Braxton Hunter debate. We also try to answer some of the more kind-hearted and thoughtful questions from reasonable atheist commenters.
Braxton recently debated famous atheist, Matt Dillahunty. Here, we discuss that debate and cover topics like the nature of human freedom, the beginning of the universe, the resurrection, divine hiddenness, the nature of faith and more.
We discuss the recent Houston Chronicle article which covers sexual offenses in the Southern Baptist Convention. We also cover a recent story in which a pastor is considered to have acted in an uncouth manner. How goofy is a pastor allowed to act, and how often? Finally we discuss the claim that Christian speakers should not share a platform with Catholics, Prosperity Gospel speakers, and those of other religions.
Is there some secret rule that precludes historians and/or everyone else from concluding that a miracle is the best explanation for an event in the past? Find out on this episode of Trinity Radio where we also discuss why the term atheist has morphed from “one who maintains that there is no God,” to “one who simply lacks a belief in a god/gods.” And stick around for the last word which is a brief discussion of whether the unborn represent new human life.
In this episode we discuss whether we know who wrote the gospels and whether we know who the eyewitnesses were. In addition to these questions, how do you raise girls in a culture of gender sensitivity, and should we have man-caves, or gentleman's studys.
One or more of your theological beliefs are . . . odd . . . to everyone else. After all, you're an individual - a free thinker. You're different from most. Is that okay? When is it dangerous? When does it mean you're not a Christian? Join us as we discuss all this and more in the Season Nine Finale of Trinity Radio!
Trinity Radio has a NEW FORMAT!!! Open Theism, Pelagianism, Hyper-Calvinism . . . when have you gone too far, and how do you safeguard against HERESY?
Within Generation Z there is an increase in atheism, according to a Barna study. The research presents the data on why teens say that is the case. In this episode we'll evaluate those reasons. The barna study is linked below.