Tangible Truth is part of our larger network of podcasts that we are trying to help facilitate and kick off. Doug Powell has started this new podcast centering around biblical archeology, thus the tangible association toward truth. We believe that our faith our faith is rooted in real God who has interacted in with various people through out history. As such, we have an opportunity, even an obligation, to investigate truth claims about Christianity. That seems to be what Doug Powell is wanting to do, and we are happy to partner with him and help make it happen. If Christianity is true, and God resurrected Jesus from the dead, then there is a lot to look at. Hope you enjoy this podcast, and we look forward to this new venture! In this podcast, Doug gets to talk to Dr. Gary Habermas about the Shroud of Turin.
Archaeology is not quite like Indiana Jones. It’s actually better! Many times archaeology clarifies the text of the Bible and helps us investigate the stories in our ancient and texts. Archaeology also emboldens our faith, because unlike other faith traditions, ours is firmly rooted in history, and is therefore subject to investigation.
Matt got to have a great conversation with Ted Wright, the executive director of Epic Archaeology. Ted has a B.A. in Anthropology and Archaeology. He’s at the top of his field, and loves Jesus. During this Christmas season, join us as we investigate our historical faith.
Who was Adam and just how long ago did he live? Or did he live at all? How do we make sense of the historical questions surrounding the first man? All these are great questions, and Matt got to catch up with William Lane Craig to talk about his latest work being published soon. The historical Adam is one of those questions in Christian circles that can keep you up at night. So, here we have it. Enjoy this interview with William Lane Craig. He’s not the second Adam, but he is pointing to Him.
To find out more about William Lane Craig, you can check out his website at Reasonable Faith.
An interview with Rod Dreher
In this interview we discuss with Rod Dreher his new book Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents.
How are we to navigate the terrain of a constantly shifting culture that is increasingly Post-Christian in it’s outlook. As more and more people look to authorities to find solace, where do we fit into this framework as Christians who are called to live in the world, but not be of this world.
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Host: Matthew Burford
Guest: Michael McDonald
Matthew Burford gets a chance to interview Michael McDonald of the famed Bible Project. Michael McDonald is Director of Strategic Relationships for BibleProject. If you haven’t seen any of the Bible Project videos, you should check out the website and dig into some great graphically supported insights into the biblical text.
What is the Atonement? How does the death of Jesus acquire our forgiveness? Is it about forgiveness at all?
Christus Victor, Substitution, New Adam?
What has Jesus done for us? Take a listen as Matt interviews Joshua M. McNall as he discusses his work on the Atonement and how the Church has modeled the Atonement.
Guest: Joshua M. McNall, PHD