There is a call to hold onto truth - to hold onto God and to not compromise. On this week’s episode, Ryan sits down with CLA's young adult pastor, Jeremy King. The two of them look back on their friendship and also discuss the roles that they play in the lives of young people who are seeking truth in today's culture.
As Christians we are told by Jesus to love our neighbours. Well, what happens if your neighbour doesn’t believe in God? On this week’s podcast, we speak with guest, Jonathan Morrow on the topics of truth & tolerance, discussing their meaning and how the Christian understanding of them differ from those in our culture.
Christians are saved by grace, but we’re also called to live a life in Christ.This week we’re joined by the Guestcast, Brittney and Jake, to talk about criticalism and carefreeism, or more formally known as legalism and antinomianism. We dig deeper into each extreme, their differences and also discuss the ‘middle way,’ or balance, to finding our best life with Christ.
This week on indoubt we're joined by the Guestcast, Brittney and Jake, to talk about true satisfaction. We look at whether there are objective realities to satisfaction, what our current culture offers as ways to be satisfied, and what it means for God to satisfy us (and how to feel and know that he does).
Confusion is good and certainty is bad? Our post-truth culture thinks so. We’re joined by North American Director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries this week, Abdu Murray. He’s recently written a new book that delves into the task of bringing both clarity and meaning to a post-truth world.