1. David and Adam discuss what is often called methodological naturalism and whether or not it is presumes a naturalistic ontology or worldview.
  2. David and Adam finish their series on G.K. Chesterton's Orthodoxy. This episode covers the last four chapters.
  3. David and Adam continue their series on G.K. Chesterton's Orthodoxy. This episode covers chapters 4 and 5.
  4. David and Adam begin a series on G.K. Chesterton's Orthodoxy. This episode covers chapters 1-3.
  5. David and Adam reflect on C.S. Lewis's "The Poison of Subjectivism."
  6. David and Adam continue the discussion on woke culture and ideology.
  7. This episode introduces the topic of our next few episodes, where David and Adam discuss woke culture and ideology.
  8. David and Adam talk about the primary methods of Christian apologetics--focusing on evidentialism and presuppositionism.
  9. David and Adam continue their conversation about Islam, venturing beyond the issues raised about in the Regensburg lecture (see season 2, episode 1).
  10. Nearly two decades ago, Pope Benedict XVI (formerly Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger) delivered what is often called the Regensburg lecture. Though it was meant to rekindle the relationship between faith and reason (or science and theology) in higher education, much of the world—or at least the Muslim majority world—got distracted by a brief reference he made to a fifteenth-century dialogue about Islam, its theological voluntarism, and the consequences of such a view of God.
  11. David and Adam have spent the last two and half months exploring both the philosophical and scientific evidence for God's existence and the historical evidence for the resurrection and deity of Jesus.
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