Brad Stine is the most media covered Christian comedian in the country. He had an 8-page profile written about him and his comedy in the New Yorker magazine where he was referred to as “God’s Comic.” Brad was a regular live social commentator on Fox & Friends every Monday morning for six months. He has been featured in the New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. He has been featured on NBC Nightly News, HBO, Showtime, CNN, Glenn Beck, Hannity and Colmes, NPR’S Fresh Air, ABC Nightline, MTV, and Comedy Central. He has had material published in Readers Digest and Focus on the Family magazine.
October 31, 2015 • Brad Stine
So the Next Generation will Know • May 18, 2019 • Sean McDowell & J. Warner Wallace
Whether you’re a Christian parent, youth leader, or educator who works with Generation Z, you got to listen to this interview. As powerful ideas in our increasingly secular culture shape more of this generation, trusted leaders must share what they know about Jesus in ways that will reach them. Frank interview J. Warner Wallace and Sean McDowell about their new book. This book is backed by the latest research and first hand experience, and it shows how to share biblical truth with a generation that desperately needs to hear it in a way that draws them in instead of pushing them away. Make sure you listen to this insightful interview.
Pastor leaves the faith? • May 11, 2019 • Frank Turek
After 40 years, 'megachurch' pastor slams Christianity and quits... This is part of the headline of an article in the Christian Post about former pastor Dave Gass who recently renounce his faith publicly on social media. Frank takes a look at the reasons Mr. Gass gives for rejecting the faith to see if they are good reasons for waking away from Christianity. Please let's pray for Mr. Gass and his family.
Is Progressive Christianity really "Good News"? • May 4, 2019 • Alisa Childers
The emergent (and dangerous) phenomenon of "Progressive Christianity" is coming to a church near you. Our guest host Alisa Childers is not only an expert in the topic, but she has experienced it first hand. We're going to list a few symptoms of a progressive church here, but you will have to listen to this episode to learn more. Here are the symptoms: ∙ A lowered view of the Bible ∙ Feelings are emphasized over facts ∙ Essential Christian doctrines are open for reinterpretationHistoric terms are redefined ∙ The heart of the gospel message shifts from sin and redemption to social justice Uh oh! If this sounds familiar, you really need to listen to this podcast with Alisa Childers. Don't miss it and make sure to share it with a friend that may need to hear this!