S8E9: Response to "Why I'm a Mormon"

Is Mormonism the restoration of the church of Jesus Christ? Did Jesus appear, bodily, to the Native Americans? Do you have a home in the Telestial Kingdom? And what does Battle Star Gallactica have to do with all of this? We'll cover these questions and more on this week's episode of Trinity Radio, as we respond to a successful YouTuber who explains why he's a Mormon. This is part of our YI'MA series, in which we respond to adherents of various worldviews who explain "Why I'm A" whatever. Check out the rest of the YI'MA videos on our YouTube channel!

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S8E6: What's Up With Hell? Part One

Mark Twain said, "Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company." But for those of us who take the concept of Hell seriously, there are a number of questions for which we want answers. Is Hell eternal conscious torment? If so, are the flames of Hell to be taken literally? And what is the relevant biblica data on the subject? We'll discuss all of this in the first of two episodes on the nature of Hell!

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S8E3: We Got Called Out!

In this episode we respond to an atheist who challenged our belief that morality isn't "real" (in the objective sense of the word) without God. This is a less often heard criticism of the moral argument called "non-natural moral realism." Besides all that, it's just a fun episode. And . . . if you're tired of all the atheism episodes, next week we respond to a major world religion.

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S8E1: Science vs Religion, and Prayer

In the season eight premier, Drs. Hunter and Pritchett begin a new segment called "Why I'm A . . ." in which they respond to those of opposing worldviews who have made their cases on YouTube. In this episode, they discuss why "Because science . . ." isn't a reasonable answer to the question of why one is an atheist. Nor is "Prayer doesn't work." We'll unpack it all on this week's Trinity Radio!

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S7E22: Season Finale

In the season seven finale of Trinity Radio Braxton and Johnathan consider all of the exciting theological discussions that could have been had if young seminarians and theology-geeks would ever stop talking about the Calvinism debate. We have several mini-discussions of open-theism, the eternal subordination of the son, the age of the earth, molinism, and . . . . . eschatology!!!!

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