American philosopher, Dr. Douglas Groothuis, explains the inherent flaws in the doctrine of karma and reincarnation, and the logical incoherency between the karmic cycle and the assumptions of non-dualistic pantheism that rejects the existence of personal, distinct souls.
Dr. Andy Bannister, a scholar in Islam, explains the historical development and textual reliability of the Quran. He compares the textual history of Islam's central religious text with the New Testament, and responds to common Muslim objections to the latter's trustworthiness.
American historian and philosopher Dr. Gary Habermas presents a thorough case against naturalism from verifiable, this-worldly near-death experiences. He goes on to explain how it factors into his work on Jesus' resurrection.
Christian apologist and philosopher, Dr. Clay Jones, answers objections to Christian theism that are based on evil and suffering. We discuss a range of topics including the logical and evidential problems of evil, creaturely freewill, God's sovereignty, open theism, the eternal torment view of hell, etc.
Historian and NT scholar, and one of the most noted defenders of the historicity of Jesus' resurrection, Dr. Michael Licona, joins us at The Desk!
Professor of New Testament, Dr. Justin Bass, explains Christianity's unalterable facts that are agreed upon by virtually all modern scholars and historians of antiquity, irrespective of their faith-backgrounds.
Indian academic, Dr. Jesudas Athyal, unpacks the history of Christianity's involvement in India's social reform movements. Irrespective of whether one believes Christianity to be true or not, this podcast makes a significant case for the unparalleled impact of Christian social action in reforming societies and cultures for the better.
Rajesh Sebastian addresses questions on the Christian understanding of incarnation and how it differs from the concept of 'avatars' prevalent in eastern mythologies. We discuss the adequacy and sufficiency of Christ's once-and-for-all sacrifice, and how it stands apart from the Hindu idea of reincarnating deities.
In this conversation, renowned American historian, Dr. Gary Habermas, unpacks the historical case for the Christian faith, and shows why it's unique with respect to historicity among all religious worldviews.
Christian apologist, Prem Isaac, explains the philosophical presuppositions on which modern science is built. This is a thorough case that challenges the cultural authority of science, citing its boundaries and limitations in explaining all of reality.
Washington University's Dr. S Joshua Swamidass opens up about his book, 'The Genealogical Adam and Eve', which builds an unprecedented bridge between modern science and the Genesis account of common ancestry.
In this conversation with a molecular virologist, Finny Varghese, PhD, and apologist, Cyril Georgeson, we tackle a few tough questions on Covid-19 through a Christian lens.