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A Christian and an Atheist
12: Hell, part 1
Feb 24, 2006 · 40 min
Hell and its definition and ethical implications. Hosts: Norton and Emery
More episodes from A Christian and an Atheist
Jun 3, 2018
134: Calvinism with Sam Brunaugh
The final part of a 3 part series on Calvinism (aka Divine Command Theory, aka you're probably screwed) with Sam Brunaugh. Scott joins us to set Sam straight about whether goodness has any meaning once it has been divorced from human understanding. Emery announces the new Stryper album again.
1 hr 18 min
Apr 22, 2018
133: Divine Command Theory with Sam Brunaugh, pt. 2
Sam joins Emery to continue his discussion of Divine Command Theory and Calvinism. We look at whether we can predict the contents of God's character, where sin nature comes from, and whether Jesus and Adam were on equal footing when faced with the choice to sin.
1 hr 40 min
Mar 14, 2018
132: Divine Command Theory with Sam Brunaugh
Sam Brunaugh joins us to discuss the Divine Command Theory. Sam believes that good is what God decides that it is. Emery argues that this makes morality arbitrary, plus goodness is not a thing. Join Sam, Emery, and Scott in a discussion of how morality should be defined.
1 hr 31 min
Feb 24, 2018
131: We're sort of back
The forum has died, Scott is no longer a pastor, and Emery started playing the piano again. Has the world come to an end? Find out as Scott and Emery return to discuss what it is that God wants us to be, and how Christians decide when a law contradicts God's will.
1 hr 10 min
Apr 21, 2014
130: A rolling stop
Well this is it, the final episode of A Christian and an Atheist with Emery as co-host. Please join Emery, Scott, Norton, and a few special guests as we discuss the podcast and what it has meant to us over the years. The future promises many surprises, and we're excited to see what's in store. Until the reboot, thanks to everyone for listening to the podcast. We hope it has been as fun for you as it has been for us.
1 hr 26 min