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  • January 15, 2024

Knowing vs Understanding Truth

With Steve Kim, Jonathan Bryden, Bryan Pue, Bonnie Pue and Andrew Marcus


Over the past few years we’ve been hearing people talk about their own personal truths. If their truths differ from another’s, well that’s okay, because everyone is allowed to have their own truth right? But this begs the question: if that’s the case, then what actually is truth? Can everything be true? Do all paths lead to truth? Join host Andrew Marcus as he spends time with Apologetics Canada’s Alberta Director, Steve Kim, as they spend time in the studio together unpacking truth and how to navigate today’s cultural moment “where all truth is true.”

Who's Our Guest?

Steve Kim

In his early 20s, Steve experienced a faith crisis due to intellectual undernourishment. Through this experience, he has come to see apologetics as the “intellectual care of the soul” and now feels a personal burden to walk with others who may be struggling with doubt and/or seeking sincerely. Steve holds a diploma in Worship Arts and a BA in Biblical Studies from Columbia Bible College in Abbotsford, BC. He has completed a master’s degree in Christian Apologetics through Biola University in La Mirada, CA. He began his PhD studies through the University of the Highlands and Islands in Scotland, exploring any proper limits of human enhancement. A native of Korea, Steve now lives in the Edmonton area with his wife, Sharina, and two children, Maya and Tavin.

Who's Our Guest?

Jonathan Bryden

Jonathan Bryden works in Vancouver Canada as a documentary filmmaker in the independent film industry. A Christian from a young age, Jonathan also has struggled with reconciling his same-sex attraction with his faith and is currently living a celibate life in pursuit of Jesus. Passionate to share the Gospel through film, Jonathan is producing a documentary series that aims to ask the question, “How does the church in light of the Gospel face homosexuality?”

Who's Our Guest?

Bryan Pue

Bryan Pue is the co-founder of The Union Movement, along with his wife, Bonnie. He is a father to six sons, with whom he intentionally connects with. He loves developing resources for The Union, interviewing and connecting with guests on the podcast, and meeting with church and ministry leaders who are looking for support. He enjoys woodworking, nachos, and weightlifting, and when he gets the chance, he loves to sit down with a good cup of coffee and a book about theology.        

Who's Our Guest?

Bonnie Pue

Bonnie Pue is a mother of six and co-founder of The Union Movement along with her husband, Bryan. She lives in western B.C. and enjoys a good hike, a good book, and eating good food with friends and family. The Union Movement exists to help people find wholeness in the areas of identity, sexuality, and relationships with a gospel-centred approach. You can find more from her on Instagram at @theunionmovement and @bonniepue

OUR GUEST

Steve Kim

In his early 20s, Steve experienced a faith crisis due to intellectual undernourishment. Through this experience, he has come to see apologetics as the “intellectual care of the soul” and now feels a personal burden to walk with others who may be struggling with doubt and/or seeking sincerely. Steve holds a diploma in Worship Arts and a BA in Biblical Studies from Columbia Bible College in Abbotsford, BC. He has completed a master’s degree in Christian Apologetics through Biola University in La Mirada, CA. He began his PhD studies through the University of the Highlands and Islands in Scotland, exploring any proper limits of human enhancement. A native of Korea, Steve now lives in the Edmonton area with his wife, Sharina, and two children, Maya and Tavin.

Who's Our Guest?

Jonathan Bryden

Jonathan Bryden works in Vancouver Canada as a documentary filmmaker in the independent film industry. A Christian from a young age, Jonathan also has struggled with reconciling his same-sex attraction with his faith and is currently living a celibate life in pursuit of Jesus. Passionate to share the Gospel through film, Jonathan is producing a documentary series that aims to ask the question, “How does the church in light of the Gospel face homosexuality?”

Who's Our Guest?

Bryan Pue

Bryan Pue is the co-founder of The Union Movement, along with his wife, Bonnie. He is a father to six sons, with whom he intentionally connects with. He loves developing resources for The Union, interviewing and connecting with guests on the podcast, and meeting with church and ministry leaders who are looking for support. He enjoys woodworking, nachos, and weightlifting, and when he gets the chance, he loves to sit down with a good cup of coffee and a book about theology.        

Who's Our Guest?

Bonnie Pue

Bonnie Pue is a mother of six and co-founder of The Union Movement along with her husband, Bryan. She lives in western B.C. and enjoys a good hike, a good book, and eating good food with friends and family. The Union Movement exists to help people find wholeness in the areas of identity, sexuality, and relationships with a gospel-centred approach. You can find more from her on Instagram at @theunionmovement and @bonniepue