The Mentionables are excited to share this debate recorded and aired exclusively for our premium podcast, Beyond Mentioning!
Timely for Halloween tomorrow, this debate features Bible Scholar Mike Licona, talking about the paranormal and his personal experiences in that regard.
Caleb Johnston is skeptical of the paranormal, and questions how Christians should approach the subject.
Enjoy this teaser, and subscribe at Patreon for the full debate!
On this podcast, Caleb lays down the skinny on homeschool - to which Joel disagrees - and then Joel talks about human behavior: does science show that our actions are a result of genes and environment, or is there an escape hatch that allows for free will?
In this episode, Joel Furches, Clinton Wilcox, Nick Peters and Tyler Vela discuss what motivates Christians and Atheists to do good.
Are Christians just acting morally to stay out of hell? And if so, does that make atheists more intrinsically good when they act morally?
Also, is everyone an atheist at core?
We also rip open the mail bag and discuss a listener letter.
On this episode, Clinton Wilcox, Caleb Johnston and Joel Furches discuss the dying of the New Atheism and what will replace it, and also what a Christian cult looks like and how they develop.
Also, Love Song/Worship Song and Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down.
Fresh Face Clinton Wilcox and Marc Lambert join Joel Furches to discuss those wacky laws in the Old Testament like not mixing fabrics and not eating pork.
Why don't Christians follow the rules of their own Bible? If those laws disappeared in the New Testament, doesn't this mean that God changes his mind over time, and is therefore inconsistent? We examine these questions and more in this episode.
Also, Love Song/Worship Song, Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down, and Mic-Drop Atheist questions.