1. The Thinking Fellows discuss the idea that Christmas has pagan roots.
  2. David and Adam continue their conversation about Islam, venturing beyond the issues raised about in the Regensburg lecture (see season 2, episode 1).
  3. Hey Man, Nice Shot. In this episode, we discuss Rene Girard’s argument for why Jesus’ death as a scapegoat is unique to all other sacrifices in human history. What is violence for? What is a scapegoat, and why is one necessary for peace and good order? How does Jesus break the law machinery that demands a victim?
  4. In the cultural debate over God's existence, should the burden of proof rest on atheism rather than theism?
  5. Today on the show, we head to the mailbag to answer another Christmas question.
  6. This is an excerpt from “Crucifying Religion” written by Donavon Riley (1517 Publishing, 2019).
  7. We must not submit ourselves to false gods and godless men. Instead, we may hold fast to Christ, because He’s holding fast to us.
  8. Benghazi Memorial Tribute
  9. The following is an excerpt from “Crucifying Religion” written by Donavon Riley (1517 Publishing, 2019).
  10. “The lack of assurance of one’s standing before God causes a person to do anything to make things right in a vain attempt to gain eternal certitude. ”
  11. The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” But the fool also says in his heart, “There are many gods.” And we, dear friends, are the fools.
  12. On episode FIFTY-NINE of Let the Bird Fly! we welcome back Rev. Dr. Mark Braun, this time to talk about why all religions are not the same.

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