1. Now more than ever, it's good to take a closer look at the Christian confession about evil, pain, and suffering.
  2. An enthusiast came in here looking for you — real God and country-type. I don't know. Might further the plot? Gillespie and Riley read and discuss John of Damascus again this week. What’s an enthusiast? Why are footnotes important? How do Aphrodite, Arius, and a Nestorian monk lay the foundation for Islam?
  3. God’s prophet? Inconceivable! Gillespie and Riley read and discuss the work of John of Damascus which explains why Islam is a Christian heresy.
  4. Dr. Dan Deen is on the show to discuss analytic philosophy with the Thinking Fellows.
  5. Philosopher Dan is back to finish up part two of our entry into philosophical apologetics. This episode primarily covers the teleological and the moral arguments for the existence of God. Don't forget to miss part of this series episode 43. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
  6. Barth's ideas resulted in a movement known as neo-orthodoxy, sometimes called dialectical theology, theology of crisis, or simply Barthianism.