What does the word occult mean? What does the Bible say about those that engage in occult practices? Listeners will get a better sense of the world of hidden things. Apologist Perseus Poku interviews Biola and Talbot Professor Kevin Lewis concerning occult practices and its impact.
In his latest book “Who Was Adam?” Dr. Fazale from the Reasons to Believe ministry explains the importance of knowing the truth concerning our origins. This dialogue between apologist Perseus Poku and Dr. Rana will help strengthen your faith concerning creation and the scientific arguments to support Biblical claims.
What is Islam? What is the Hadith? Why do Muslims pray 5 times a day? Professor Daniel Janosik from Southern Evangelical Seminary shares his insights regarding Islam. This episode will help you to better witness to those form an Islamic background.
Christian apologetics is that branch of theology that deals with defending the tenets of the faith. This episode is a dialogue between apologists Perseus Poku and Professor Eric Bristley of City Seminary. Learn more about Christian apologetics by listening to this episode.
Is there scientific evidence to prove God’s existence? Cold Case Detective J Warner Wallace attempts to answer this question through a Detective’s lens. This dialogue between Perseus Poku and J Warner Wallace will help you to better understand some of the scientific evidence used to support the existence of God.
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.
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.