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Nate Sala, President of A Clear Lens, Inc.

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Don’t Assume Non-Christians are Atheists

In apologetics, we often focus a great deal of our energy into combating atheism. But for those of us in the United States, the stats say we might be misreading the field. Here’s how we can kick our assumptions to the curb and have more engaging conversations with the unique people we meet.

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Ep. 135: Should We Get Rid of Traditional Sermons?

On this episode: Nate explains what happens when you don’t fully adopt our First Date Evangelism approach (:29)Nate welcomes Gene & Logan (13:15)Game: Bible Sermon Trivia (16:28)Topic: Should We Get Rid of Traditional Sermons? (23:30) Sign up for our unique

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Ep. 134: How Has the Culture Influenced the Church?

On this episode: Nate responds to an article on what Millennials really think about evangelism (:29)Nate welcomes Gene & Logan (14:54)Worldview Analysis: Trump Signing Bibles (18:00)How Has the Culture Influenced the Church? (26:08) Articles discussed on the show:What Millennials Really

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Podcast #59: When Your Church Leaves You Behind with Aaron White

On today’s episode Nate and Gene welcome Aaron White of the Feelin’ Film Podcast! They analyze Showtime’s Twin Peaks: The Return for another Worldview Segment and play a fun, movie trivia game (led by Gene this time). The fellas also chat with Aaron about his experiences with Eastlake Church and their decision

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Podcast #57: The Fate of the Apostles with Sean McDowell

On today’s episode Nate, Gene, and Logan, listen to an ad for a new board game, Life: The Joel Osteen Edition. Logan analyzes “American Gods” in the latest Worldview Segment. Nate chats with Sean McDowell about his doctoral research on the question of the martyrdom of Jesus’ disciples. Finally, the

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