1. David and Adam begin their series on the various arguments for (and reasons to believe in) God’s existence.
  2. David and Adam discuss how reason’s competence (with respect to the Christian tradition) has changed over the centuries.
  3. What is fideism? David and Adam define fideism and discuss its problematic place in the epistemology of much contemporary Christian thought.
  4. David and Adam bring some nuance to the issues surrounding faith and reason by discussing the different ways the terms are used (and misused) in academic and popular discourse.
  5. In view of recent news events, Kelsi has Adam Francisco on to the theological implications of the existence of aliens and UAPs.
  6. Pardoxeses? Pardoxi? Para . . . well, whatever the plural of "paradox" is, Craig and Troy cut to the quick and determine when a paradox of the Christian faith is good, when it must not be resolved, and when it should be just believed.
  7. Author David Andersen joins Kelsi to discuss his book, "What Can We Really Know? The Strengths and Limits of Human Understanding" and how the study of knowledge leads us to some inevitable truths about ourselves and the limits of knowledge, in general.
  8. This is an excerpt from chapter 9 of “What Can Really Know?: The Strengths and Limits of Human Understanding” by David Andersen (1517 Publishing, 2023).

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