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  • Ep. 6: Why So Many Translations?

    Ep. 6: Why So Many Translations?

    In the Commentary segment Brian addresses head-on the mistaken notion that a multitude of translations makes a text less reliable. Translations have different purposes and challenges, but the end result is a more reliable Bible, not less!

  • Ep. 1- Commentary: Lost in Translation

    Is the Bible a reliable historical document, or is it like the “telephone game” where the message gets lost in translation? Brian begins to explain why it is reliable.

  • Ep. 1- Above The Paygrade: Wombs For Rent?

    Jennifer Lahl of the Center for Bioethics and Culture talks about her new documentary, “Breeders: A New Subclass of Women?” and the moral, legal, and cultural problems of surrogacy.

  • Ep. 1- Spindle: “We’re Back!”

    Brian and Jay banter about their Christmas hiatus, our sometimes desire to send our infants on a plane alone, and changes to the show for the new season!

  • Ep. 12- And God Became Man

    Merry Christmas!

  • Ep. 3: Chris Taylor on Failures, Art and Success in the Journey

    CCM rock icon and visual artist Chris Taylor has released over 27 albums, worked with Dave Stewart of The Eurythmics, Matt Slocum of Sixpence None The Richer, and Vigilantes of Love just to name a few. He’s an artist that would draw on his kids if they stood still long enough. He joins Brian and Jay to talk about art, faith, music, fame and finding joy in failure and success in the journey.

  • Ep. 3: We Don’t Like to Believe

    Brian continues his discussion on the Apostles’ Creed with the very first line, “I believe” and the power of that statement in light of our culture’s opposition to belief instead favoring experience, observation and knowledge

  • Ep. 3: Translations, Gmail Privacy, Uber NFL and Guns

    Brian and Jay read dramatize science translations, Jay brings up a consumerism in the church article and talks about the need for living an upright life in context of Google’s privacy feelings. Brian brings up NFL employee problems and Uber’s solution and passes on a word to gun owners who feel the need to open carry to prove a point.

  • Ep. 2: Brian Godawa on Myth and Horror

    Hollywood screenwriter and author Brian Godawa joins Brian and Jay to talk about myth in Christianity and Christian horror in his controversial new book: Myth Became Fact: Storytelling, Imagination, and Apologetics in the Bible. (part 1) http://www.amazon.com/Myth-Became-Fact-Storytelling-Imagination/dp/0985930969

  • Ep. 2: A Toast to Robert Farrar Capon

    Brian and Jay toast a celebrated life of food, theology and a full Christian faith of celebrated author and Episcopal priest, Father Robert Farrar Capon (pronounced CAY-pun) (1925-2013) who passed on last week by reading a couple favorite selections from his book: The Supper of The Lamb: A Culinary Reflection. http://www.amazon.com/The-Supper-Lamb-Reflection-Paperbacks/dp/0375760563  

  • Ep. 2: Creeds Don’t Mean You’re Catholic

    Brian begins his discussion on the Apostle’s Creed with a case for creeds, what message and truth they truly convey and the fact that it doesn’t mean you’re catholic.

  • Ep. 2: Tim Tebow, Transforming Culture & The Great Syrian Fizzle

    Jay gets really Christian on the show and talks about a Jared Wilson article about Tim Tebow maybe not being needed to advance the cause of Christ. Brian bounces off that with some thoughts regarding Carl Truman telling Christians to give up on transforming culture. Finally, Jay asks Brian for his opinion on Syria.