1. As Gen Z and Gen Alpha grow into adolescence and early adulthood, what hope should we have for the future of the church?
  2. Prior sees much of evangelicalism’s imaginary trouble arising from the fact that it emphasizes quick and dramatic conversion experiences and a personally directed relationship with God.
  3. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY, Mike, Jason, Wade discuss how human beings see themselves (for example, as consumers, producers, students, etc.) and how such paradigms are helpful or problematic.
  4. The Thinking Fellows continue their conversation on Gresham Machen's Christianity and Liberalism.
  5. What responsibilities do individual Christians and their churches possess to fight against an antagonistic culture?
  6. Are Christianity and psychology compatible?
  7. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOUR, Mike, Jason, and Wade continue the guys' discussion of anthropology, now taking up the Flood and Noah. We hope you enjoy the episode!
  8. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE, Mike, Jason, Wade, and Tyler continue the guys’ discussion of anthropology. They discuss what it means that Adam’s son, Seth, and all after him, are made in Adam’s image and likeness, the “and he died” refrain of chapter five, human corruption, the Nephilim, and our temptation to externalize sin and internalize salvation, among other things.
  9. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY, Jason, Wade and Mark continue the guys’ discussion of anthropology. Our focus this time around is life in the world after the first murder, where power and status became a driving force.
  10. Today on the Christian History Almanac podcast, we head to the mailbag to answer a question about Explo '72.

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