Confessions of a Closet Christian: Why Do Millennials Feel Entitled?

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[display_podcast] When I hear the word entitlement, I think of someone who through no fault of his own was born into luxury.  Like the King of France. Entitlement is defined in the dictionary as the fact of having a right to something. But when I think of who I am when I'm fighting traffic among hundreds of other vehicles, each with at least one other person in them, I'm humbled by how small and insignificant I am. I wasn't born into good breeding by French Revolutionary standards. No one … [Read more...]

The Summit Lecture Series: Intelligent Design with Sean McDowell, part 4

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit www.summit.org.Imagine that you are out for a morning jog along a wooded path, and you come across what appears to be an abandoned cabin. As you approach the cabin, you hear your favorite song - “Beat It”, by Michael Jackson. Intrigued, you further explore and open the front door and are welcomed by the aroma of your favorite meal cooking. As you enter, you see boots that are just your size and a jacket that’s exactly your siz … [Read more...]

The Big Picture Podcast: 21st Century Lessons from Abraham, Lot & Jonah

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[display_podcast] Welcome to the Big Picture Podcast. I’m Joel Fieri, and this podcast seeks to begin, and hopefully sustain, a conversation about current trends, ideas and issues in the Church and greater society. And it’s the greater society that I want to focus on today, and to do that I think it’s time to once again get in touch with my inner “Backrow Baptist” and let you know what he sees from The Back Pew. And again, most of know a BRB, he’s the shy guy in the back of the church who not o … [Read more...]

Ouxano 66: 1 Samuel, part 13 – The Waiting Is The Hardest Part

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[display_podcast] When we last left Saul and his son, Jonathan, the Israelite army was under-manned, out-gunned and full of fear. So much, that the soldiers ran and were hiding behind rocks and in wells. They had lost hope. This, week, we pick up the story in 1 Samuel 8:8 Saul waited there seven days for Samuel, as Samuel had instructed him earlier, but Samuel still didn’t come. Saul realized that his troops were rapidly slipping away. 9 So he demanded, “Bring me the burnt offering and the … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 70: Rat Emotions, Kristin Weber & Andy Beningo

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[display_podcast] From the UK Independent: Rats are capable of feeling regret about their own actions, an emotion that has never previously been found in any other mammals apart from humans. (“Regret” as in, “ I wish that I hadn’t stepped into that trap because now these guys in lab coats keep sticking electrodes into my each and every orifice!”) Researchers set up a test called Restaurant Row in which the rats had to decide how long to wait for food. “It's like waiting in line at the restaur … [Read more...]

An Examined Life with Jeff Allen 17: Ron Pearson

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[display_podcast] One of my favorite comedians, fellow “Apostle of Comedy”, world-champion juggler, and good friend - Ron Pearson - joins the show this week. Together, along with our host, Ryan Mischler, we talk about parenting, bringing up teenage girls and Family Game Night. By the way, according to Ron, Family Game Night sucks when you get teamed up with the five-year-old of the family. He doesn’t contribute to the effort in any way at all. He’s like the letter “K” in knot, the French in any … [Read more...]


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