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Gospel-Centered Children’s Curriculum [10/19/2014]

BPR#213

Children’s church curriculum *is* an apologetics issue. Unfortunately, most of it is weak. Enter: THE GOSPEL PROJECT! Trevin talks theology, the story of the Bible, Jesus and Sunday School. A topic too important and a show too practical too miss!

Special Guest: Trevin Wax, Content Editor of The Gospel Project

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Lucy’s Feet & Burning Man [10/12/2014]

BPR#212

David Menton gives a detailed explanation Lucy’s anatomy, followed by a refutation of evolutionist’s claims about her.
Plus: Jordan Worley on witnessing @the infamous Burning Man Festival in Nevada!

Special Guests: Dr. David Menton of Answers in Genesis & Jordan Worley, guest host of RemnantX Radio (listen here when he interviewed Vocab on presuppositional apologetics)

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Batman and the Gospel [08/31/2014]

BPR#206

Film critic Paul Asay of PLUGGED IN and Christian comic book writer/artist Bryce Morgan discuss gospel elements in the BATMAN mythos. We also ask: what is acceptable (and unacceptable) entertainment for Christians?

Special Guests: Paul Asay, author of God on the Streets of Gotham and Bryce Morgan, Pastor at Way of Grace Church and Captain Sun Comic Book Creator.

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Pop Culture Apologetics [07/13/2014]

BPR#199

The why and how of analyzing pop culture through a Christian worldview for apologetics. Our guest gives a broad interpretive framework for “popologetics”. Practical, yet ultra-geeky fun.

Special Guest: Ted Turnau, author of Popologetics: Popular Culture in Christian Perspective.

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Superman & Jesus: Theology in Comics [07/06/2014]

BPR#198

Pastor Vermon brings the superhero info on this one! We drop some knowledge on theology in comics. Our guest, Stephen Skelton, breaks down the “Gospel of Superman”. A unique, fun and surprising episode … “super” dope.

Special Guest: Stephen Skelton, author of The Gospel According to the World’s Greatest Superhero

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