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!Read More
In this episode we discuss a life-changing moment in the life of Dr. Johnathan Pritchett. Does our experience of God count as evidence for the truth of Christianity? Find out in this week's episode.
Actually, the person to which we are responding claims to be pro-life, but thinks abortion should be legal. We think this actually makes her pro-choice, but anyway . . . this is not the same episode on abortion we've done so many times before.Read More
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!Read More