If you've spent any time on social media, you'll immediately be struck by the lack of charity, poise, and humility in many discussion threads. In this episode, we offer a primer on the intellectual virtues and what it looks like to embody these in conversations, particularly online.
Have you ever been offered bread and juice/wine during a church service? It happens quite a bit across the world. Why are people doing this? In this episode, we explore a bit of the history behind this practice and how this plays out in a modern context. What would God care about regarding "communion".
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You're biased. You are wired to think in certain ways that can sometimes lead to irrational conclusions. We might call these ways "cognitive biases". In this episode, we explore several cognitive biases and put Tony through some tests!
Many of us would like to think we are rational. But, are we really? In the next two episodes we look at some ways that we fail to be rational. In this one, Tony and Clinton discuss several fallacies of reasoning. If we can learn to spot them and avoid them, it will help us be more open to truth.
We live on earth. It was here before us and will likely be around after us. But how long has it been here to begin with? What is the best way to even answer this question and should we use the Bible as a reliable indicator for truth on this subject? In this episode, we discuss and assess a view known as Young Earth Creationism while attending to data from science and Ancient Near East studies.