Do animals have souls? Do they go somewhere when they die? In today's podcast, Eric sits down for a chat with Dr. Kyle Keltz to discuss the nature of animal death.
A chat with Dr. Kyle Keltz
August 7, 2020 • Eric Gustafson ft. Dr. Kyle Keltz
How Can We Describe the Indescribable God?
April 12, 2021 • Dr. Doug Potter
Mortimer Adler said, “More consequences for thought and action follow the affirmation or denial of God than from answering any other basic question.” The popular Chris Tomlin song, “Indescribable”, poetically articulates how God is beyond our comprehension. So how can we describe an indescribable God? Thoughts about the existence and nature of God are all over the place, even within the evangelical church. How can we know we are thinking well about God and that we are not in fact guilty of idolatry? What are God’s attributes, and why does it matter that we get this right? For the next two weeks, we’re going to be discussing these issues with my good friend and long-time SES professor, Dr. Doug Potter.
Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?
March 29, 2021 • Dr. Jonathan McLatchie
The Apostle Paul says we are to be pitied among all people if Jesus did not in fact rise from the dead. As we come to the time celebrating Easter, how do we know Jesus actually rose from the dead? What evidence is do we have showing us that we can be confident that our hope is not in vain? We discuss this topic with apologist and Assistant Professor of Biology, Dr. Jonathan McLatchie.
Is Christianity a Copycat Religion?
March 22, 2021 • Allan Di Donato
Is there any validity to the never-ending spiral of conspiracy theories that surround the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus every Easter? How should we think about the claims of dying and rising gods from pagan myths and cults? Is Christianity just a copycat of other myths, or did Jesus really rise from the dead? Join us as author and SES alum Allan Di Donato discusses this important topic.