Netflix’s new film Come Sunday, in which a conservative Pentacostal preacher embraces universalism following the Rwandan genocide, is a perfect example of not just the sentiments of current culture, but the methods by which that culture is communicated. But the...
Do you know where you are going? Do you know how to get there? Are you following the right person? Process? Do you trust science to get you there? I hope not.
This year, my good friend, and fellow ACL author, Logan Judy wrote a post called, “5 New Year’s Resolutions for Christian Apologists”. One of his resolutions was to, “read more from both sides”. Well, Mr. Judy, challenge accepted. My...
All the chewy goodness of one of the best books on worldview assessment; now in new fun-sized bites! Principle #3: “Secular Leaps of Faith” Dr. Nancy Pearcey devotes this particular chapter to investigating the consequences of holding to a non-Christian worldview....
All the chewy goodness of one of the best books on worldview assessment; now in new fun-sized bites! Principle #2: “How Nietzsche Wins” Dr. Nancy Pearcey notes an important characterization that Paul makes in Romans 1:23, that folks “exchanged” the glory...
All the chewy goodness of one of the best books on worldview assessment; now in new fun-sized bites! Principle #4: “Why Worldviews Commit Suicide” Dr. Nancy Pearcey begins the chapter by suggesting that there are two important principles in testing a...
Like many Disney films, the new Beauty and the Beast is exploring what it means to find true love.  But unlike many Disney films, and most films in our secular culture, it’s exploring love in truly Christian ways. To truly...
Note: This particular giveaway is now over. Stay tuned for more in the future! ACL author Alex Aili recently wrote a review of Del Tackett's documentary "Is Genesis History?" The film delves into the issue of whether the Bible, Genesis...
On today's episode Nate, Gene, and Logan, welcome Brian Godawa back to the show. Brian has recently published his latest book Tyrant: Rise of the Beast and joined the gang to play a round of Fact or Fib and...
On April 3rd, 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. stood in front of the Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee and prophetically anticipated the end of his people’s struggle. He said, “I have seen the Promised Land. I may not get...

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Ep. 126: What Are Your Spiritual Goals for 2019?

On this episode we take the show to Facebook Live!Nate welcomes our Facebook Live listeners (:29)Nate welcomes Gene and Logan (12:38)Worldview Analysis:...