Episode 1245 Two Sleeves Of Premium Saltines
18 min
Feeling Spiritual, Food You Can Eat, Breaking Animal News, The Reese’s Moving Door, Prayer, Scaring Kids, Where You Put Your Attention, Shock Jock, 7 Arguments A Day, Take Thoughts Captive, Cottage Care, Conspiracy & Loneliness, Cashing In On Villages;


“I feel very spiritual today.”

“People relate to God differently. That’s not wrong.”

“Obedience is an act of worship.”

“He didn’t even know Mr. Tufts Sr.”
The Boundless Show
The Boundless Show
Focus on the Family
Matt Hammitt of Sanctus Real: Episode 670
Tips for simplifying your holidays, plus a rock star balances family and career, and when your fiancé has an extensive sexual past.   Featured musical artist: David Dunn Roundtable: A Simple Holiday Season Another present to buy. Another party to attend. Another dessert to bake. Will the frenetic pace of the Christmas season ever slow down? The good news is, there’s a way to enjoy the holidays without rushing or overcommitting yourself into a frenzy. Our guests tell how they’ve learned to navigate the busyness of the season, and they provide ideas for embracing the idea that sometimes “less is more.”  Culture: When Family and Career Get in a Fight When Matt and Sarah Hammitt first met, things seemed so promising. But as his band Sanctus Real took off and started touring full-time, Matt’s marriage to Sarah hit some hard times. After Matt wrote the hit song “Lead Me” about being a present husband and father, his time spent on the road only increased. In this honest conversation, the Hammitts tell how they had to make some tough decisions to evaluate their issues, save their marriage, and prioritize family over career.  Inbox: Fiancé With a Sexual Past Before her fiancé became a Christian, he was very promiscuous. He seems repentant, but she’s concerned that maybe his past will come back to haunt them in marriage. What’s the best thing to do moving forward? Counselor Wendy Brown weighs in.
54 min
Bible Thinker
Bible Thinker
Mike Winger
Answering Hitchens' Impossible Question
This is a clip from one of the most important videos I've made, here's the full video - https://youtu.be/VIgVAlI8T2c Christopher Hitchens is an icon to many atheists. He was an entertaining mix of brilliant, snarky, irreverent and British. One thing he is well-known for is debating theists and making fools of them, at least from the perspective of some people. I was always struck by this particular challenge that he threw out regularly in debates. Hitchens was so proud of it that I once heard him encouraging crowds of atheists to use this challenge as well. He felt that it really proved something, and I dare say many atheists agreed. What's really odd to me is that none of his debate partners (to my knowledge) ever offered a good response to his challenge. This is odd because the primary moral of loving God with all our heart, mind, soul and strength answers this atheist dilemma quite well. It not only answers the question it gets right to the heart of what an atheist has lost when they have sadly embraced a false worldview which rejects God's existence. To any atheists that have read this far I'd like to say that this isn't meant to be a smackdown or a slap in the face. Rather, this is meant to open a door to the possibility that the most important thing in life is being robbed from you, and your atheism is the robber. After I uploaded this video a friend sent me a clip of William Lame Craig answering this challenge 10 years ago! I was surprised to see how similar his answer was and now I’m wondering how much my own answer may have been influenced by Craig’s but without me remembering it. Obviously we are both influenced by the teaching of Jesus, but still, It seems likely that I heard this somewhere along the way and forgot. Anyhow, here is Craig’s answer (he is always brilliant). https://youtu.be/qqt3Ie8l-fo My website https://BibleThinker.org
3 min
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