What is the meaning of Islam? What does it mean to be a Muslim? Listen in to an interview between Perseus Poku and Dr. Daniel Janosik from Southern Evangelical Seminary. This episode will help the listener learn more about the tenets of Islam and how to witness in love to a Muslim.
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Hermeneutics is a Greek word that means that represents the science and art of Biblical interpretation. This segment deals with the correct methods one should use in trying to interpret a passage of the Bible. In addition, this episode teaches believers how to distinguish between passages that are descriptive (one time occurrence) versus those that are prescriptive (intended for all Christians to follow).
What are ethics? What is the difference between morality and ethics? How can a Christian ascertain if their ethics are Bible based? This episode features a dialogue between Perseus Poku and Professor Scott Rae of Talbot School of Theology. Professor Rae is also Dean of the Ethics Department at Talbot.
Jude 1:3 reads, Beloved, while I was very diligent to write to you concerning our common salvation, I found it necessary to write to you exhorting you to contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints. What does contending for the faith look like in the 21st Century. This episode addresses some of the contentious issues facing the church and offers a Biblical response to the challenges.
What is evil? How can Christians reconcile the existence of evil with a loving God? This episode will help listeners better understand the origin of evil and its implications.
1 John is written in a simple yet potent manner. John writes concerning the walk of the Christian. In this episode Perseus Poku highlights the principles from the book of 1 John chapters 1 & 2.
This episode highlights the epistle of 1 John. Who is the author? What is the message? How should Christians respond to erroneous teachings? Listeners will learn how to stand on the firm word of God that their joy may be full.
What is the relationship between archaeology and the Bible? How can archaeology help us in better understanding the Bible? How to use a Bible atlas? This episode captures a dialogue between Christian apologist Perseus Poku and Bible archaeologist Dr. Carl Morgan. Learning about the remnants of history will help embolden your faith for service.
This episode gives a summary of the history of apologetics. In addition, the subject matter should be of vital importance for Christians desiring to give a defense of their faith.
What does it mean to be an atheist? How do Christians respond to arguments by the new atheists? What are the differences between atheists of the past and contemporary atheism? Listen in as apologist Perseus Poku dialogue with Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason.