The Most Powerful Influencer

We have a profound need for the truth. Imagine being at your lowest of lows; something incredibly painful has happened in your life, and I come along to say to…

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Ep. 188: The Lies We Believe

On this week’s episode of indoubt, Shane Pruitt joins us to discuss 9 common lies that are often meant to comfort, but tend to do more damage than good.

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Ep. 149: Truth, Teaching & Jeremy King

There is a call to hold onto truth – to hold onto God and to not compromise. It’s easy to get swept up by today’s culture and the desire to feel relevant versus the call that Christians have to live differently and distinctly. This week, Ryan sits down with Jeremy King, the young adult pastor at CLA in Langley, BC, and one of Ryan’s good friends. The two of them look back on their friendship and share how it began as well as the parallels in their lives as young adult pastors. In their conversation, they address the struggle and the need that young adults, and people in general, have in searching for answers in today’s society. They also discuss how they engage culture as teachers, the need to acknowledge and allow tensions, and the reoccurring interactions of those who are searching, longing, and finding truth in Jesus.

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Ep. 148: Adding to the Conversation – Marijuana, Science and Creationism

On this week’s episode, we listen to a conversation between Dr. Mark Ward, Dr. John Neufeld, and Ben Lowell. They continue the dialogue on the issue of marijuana legalization and touch on purpose and motivations. The three also look at the conflicts between recreational and medicinal usage, whether practical or not. The second half of the conversation digs into the existence of God and the realities of science in today’s culture. Towards the end, the topic of creationism also enters the conversation and they discuss the areas that we cannot compromise on as Christians, the areas where there’s room for disagreement, and the fact that the truth cannot be suppressed.

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Ep. 144: Truth & Tolerance

As Christians we are told by Jesus to love our neighbours. Well, what happens if your neighbour doesn’t believe in God? Because we know the Truth, we are tasked with living out our faith for the glory of God and for the expansion of His Kingdom. 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. We also talk about what that looks like in everyday conversation with others who may have different beliefs, and being open to them while still comfortably disagreeing.

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Ep. 143: Criticalism vs. Carefreeism

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. By definition, legalism in Christianity is the belief that obedience to the law or a set of rules will gain favour with God with a misunderstanding of His grace, while antinomianism is the teaching that Christians are under no obligation to obey the laws of ethics or morality. We dig deeper into each extreme, their differences and also discuss the ‘middle way,’ or balance, to finding our best life with Christ.

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Ep. 141: Where is Real Satisfaction?

I think most of us seek satisfaction every day. But what are we talking about when we talk about satisfaction? Is it merely feeling happy in the moment? Or fulfilling some goal we set for ourselves? This week on indoubt we’re joined by the Guestcast, Brittney and Jake, to talk about real and 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).

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Ep. 129: Jesus in a Post-Truth Culture (with Abdu Murray)

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. Abdu also defines terms like freedom and autonomy, which is very helpful – especially since our culture often thinks they mean what they don’t. If you’re a Christian, this conversation will encourage and strengthen your beliefs in Jesus. If you’re a skeptic, this conversation will help you reflect on your own beliefs.

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Tell the Truth

From one Christian to another, I beg you, tell the truth. I live in an urban city in North America, and I can confidently say that many people don’t necessarily…

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