Posts Taged philosophy

Connecting Heart and Mind (with James Hoskins)

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James Hoskins is a musician-turned-Christian philosopher. James writes on theology and culture at Christ and Pop Culture and also for the Christian Research Journal. We talk about the biblical antidote for the false cultural narrative of heart vs. mind.

Special Guest: James Hoskins of PhiloLogos.net

Featured Song: Revival (Revival, 2016) – Flame & Mike REAL

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Unskeptical Skeptics & Evidence for Evidence (with Mitch Stokes)

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Mitch Stokes explains why skeptics should be more skeptical and why we need evidence for evidence. Dr. Stokes also talks about his involvement with the film FREE SPEECH APOCALYPSE and his books on atheism, faith, Galileo and Newton.

Special Guest: Dr. Mitch Stokes, author upcoming book, How to Be an Atheist: Why Many Skeptics Aren’t Skeptical Enough and Senior Fellow of Philosophy at New St. Andrews College

Featured Song: Questions (The Unknown God, 2013) – IV Conerly feat. shai linne

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Neuroscience and the Soul (with JP Moreland)

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What is the soul? Why have Christians believed in the soul? What questions does the soul answer? What does consciousness have to do with the soul? What does the brain have to do with the soul?

Special Guest: JP Moreland, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Biola University

Featured Song: Rhyme Spirit Soul (The Risen Son) – Peace586

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Faith, Film & Philosophy (with Doug Geivett)

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Doug Geivett on how to “think Christianly” about film and analyze it from a theological/philosophical perspective.

Special Guest: Dr. Doug Geivett of Talbot School of Theology, author of Faith, Film & Philosophy: Big Ideas on the Big Screen

Featured Song: Idiot Box (A Saved Man (In the Jungle)) – S.F.C.

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God as Properly Basic (with Guillaume Bignon)

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Christian philosopher and theologian Guillaume Bignon explains Alvin Plantinga’s concept of belief in God as properly basic and its relation to warranted Christian belief.

Special Guest: Guillaume Bignon, blogs at TheoloGUI

Featured Song: L’As Kind-Son Lhaïtien (from Ma Confession) – Mon Rap

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Covenantal Apologetics [02/16/2014]

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We cover:
-The biblical and theological foundations for presuppositional apologetics.
-The history of philosophy and the impact of Immanuel Kant.
-Guidance for interacting with and persuading those who don’t believe.

Special Guest: K. Scott Oliphint  (professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster), author of  Covenantal Apologetics: Principles and Practice in Defense of Our Faith

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What is YOUR Worldview? [02/09/2014]

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How can we become aware of our biases?
Our presuppositions? How can a person’s worldview change? How does this relate to apologetics and evangelism? We discuss these questions, plus give some love to our LA listeners!

Special Guest: Dr. James N. Anderson (professor of theology & philosophy @RTS), author of What’s Your Worldview?

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Thinking about Thinking [02/02/2014]

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Studying and thinking are aspects of Christian discipleship.
Our guest Pastor Tommy talks about the need for Christians to love the Lord with all of their minds.
A special issue featuring Backpack Radio’s origin story!

Special Guest: Pastor Tommy Russell

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What is a Worldview? [12/29/2013]

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2 Corinthians 10:3-5 describes a struggle of ideas, a conflict of worldviews.
What is a worldview and why does it matter? We survey Hedonism, Naturalism, and Postmodernism.
Includes thoughts on how to develop a Christian Worldview!

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