On this episode: Nate shares a couple of important thoughts for Christian voters (:29) Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (10:24) Gene breaks down the worldview of "Jesus At the Polls" (12:08) What's the Church's Problem with LGBT Theology? (19:14) Sign up for our unique...
Much of the bad communication we see online as well as in person could be improved by asking a simple question: “What is my purpose in saying this?” We like to think that the purpose of every post we write...
“There is an unnerving trend toward a renewed anti-Semitic spirit, even among Christians, not only in the United States but worldwide” Dr. Michael Brown warns in his book, “Our Hands Are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the “Church”...
On this Halloween episode: Nate talks about two stories to read this Halloween (:29) Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (11:41) Gene and Logan play a game of "Pureflix Horror" (14:00) What Does the Bible Say About Ghosts, Witches, and Curses? (21:42) Sign up for...
Allow me to tell you a ghost story: “This truth was given to me in secret, as though whispered in my ear. It came to me in a disturbing vision at night, when people are in a deep sleep. Fear...
On this episode: Nate talks about the age of the disciples and how that applies to us today (:29) Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (9:22) Logan analyzes the worldview of "A Star Is Born" (13:10) Ratio Christi Wins Religious Freedom on Campus (20:29) Sign...
Creativity and art give us permission and confidence to embody our faith. The themes, metaphors and anthropomorphic visions of God in the Book of Job demonstrate a timeless aesthetic (not to mention its rather contemporary-sounding sarcasm), which is why...
On this episode: Nate gives some practical tips to being intentional Christian communicators (:28) Nate welcomes Gene, Logan, and Brian Godawa (11:38) The team plays a round of "Name that (Bible) Story" (13:41) Why Everyone Should See the Gosnell Movie with Brian Godawa...
C.S. Lewis once said, “To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.” Over the last couple of weeks, I really started to think about forgiveness and what it means not only in...
Guest post by Sheryl Young of Ratio Christi It’s becoming a common occurrence on college campuses. A public speaker is scheduled to address an unpopular topic in an open forum. Students who oppose this viewpoint find out about the upcoming...

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