We continue our discussion of the topic, and address allegations that the Bible advocates for sexual offenses.Read More
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!Read More
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 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.Read More