1. David and Adam reflect on some recent comments from the leading atheist Richard Dawkins and raise the question: has atheism run its course?
  2. David and Adam reflect on the significance of Jesus' resurrection for Christian faith and life.
  3. Many of us stay away from spending too much time in the book of Revelation out of fear or intimidation.
  4. In this episode, David and Adam conclude their brief overview of the heresies that preceded and led to the ecumenical councils of Nicæa (325) and Constantinople (381).
  5. In this episode, David and Adam talk about the Jewish-Christian Ebionites (and their adoptionist Christology) and begin to introduce Arianism.
  6. David and Adam talk with Dr. Francis Beckwith about faith and reason, natural law, and theology in view of one of the most influential Christian thinkers of the catholic tradition, Thomas Aquinas.
  7. In this episode, David and Adam talk about the second-century heresy of Marcionism.
  8. David and Adam begin a new miniseries covering the major Christian heresies that preceded the Council of Nicaea (AD 325).
  9. Luke's Acts of the Apostles tells the story of the earliest Christians.
  10. David and Adam discuss what is often called methodological naturalism and whether or not it is presumes a naturalistic ontology or worldview.
  11. Sure Shot. In this episode of Banned Books, we read Rod Rosenbladt’s essay, Christ Died for the Sins of Christians Too. We talk about theological mentors, the Reformation, law and Gospel, justification, sanctification, the Church, and where we find our comfort at all times, in all places.
  12. David and Adam finish their series on G.K. Chesterton's Orthodoxy. This episode covers the last four chapters.