Talking with Your Kids about Jesus with Natasha Crain

May 9, 2020 • Natasha Crain

Jesus of Nazareth is not only the most influential human being in history but God incarnate. Do you know how to talk with your kids about Him? You will after you hear this podcast because author and apologist Natasha Crain is Frank’s guest. Natasha and Frank discuss: • Is Jesus God? • If Jesus us God, how could He die? • Did ancient people believe in miracles because they were more gullible? • What did Jesus teach about Hell? • Didn’t Jesus tell us not to judge? If so, how are we to make any decisions? • What did Jesus teach about love? Is it approval? • What did the death of Jesus accomplish? • Why does it matter if Jesus resurrected? • Did the disciples lie about the resurrection story? • How is the Christian view of God different?


What I Learned from My Father's Death • July 4, 2020 • Frank Turek

In this very personal podcast, Frank reveals the lessons he’s learned from his Father’s recent death. He also reflects on C.S. Lewis’s argument from desire, and how Christianity makes the best sense of our intuitions.


A Conversation About Racism Between Black and White Christians • June 27, 2020 • J. Warner Wallace

Detective J. Warner Wallace hosts a former gang member, now Christian apologist, Vada Hedgeman to discuss racism. What experiences with cops did Vada have growing up? What is systematic racism? Are there more prominent causes than racism for inequalities between blacks and whites? Does grouping people by race or ethnicity actually feed racism? Where do we go from here? This is just the start of a long but important conversation.


What does sex mean? • June 20, 2020 • Frank Turek

What does sex mean according to the Supreme Court? Frank identifies and expounds upon 5 Casualties in the Court’s LGBTQ Sex Ruling: 1. We the People 2. Women 3. LGBTQ People 4. 96% of the Population 5. Religious Freedom Frank reveals the sixth casualty as well, one for which the original civil rights law was made. He then offers some solutions and traces the absurd ruling—which rationally nullifies the basis for any human rights—back to a rejection of Aristotle. Listen to find out how.