Scripture

The Brian Dainsberg Podcast How to See the World – Part 1

Critical theory. Cancel culture. Abortion. Racism. Transgenderism. Politics. All these subjects have been addressed in the Brian Dainsberg Podcast. This episode will provide a starting point for evaluating ideas such as these that may come our way. Consider this a crash course in seeing the world through the lens of Scripture.

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The Brian Dainsberg Podcast Does Science Disprove Christianity?

Can you be an intelligent scientific thinker and still believe in God? Or has science “killed God?” There are limitations to science some people may not be aware of. This podcast will cover four of those. Resources: The Reason for God – Tim Keller Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics – William Lane Craig

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The Brian Dainsberg Podcast A Brief Word on Israel

Just five brief reflections on the unfathomable tragedies that took place in Israel on October 7, 2023, and what has ensued.

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The Brian Dainsberg Podcast Thoughts on Politics – Part 3

By the command of God, governments have a responsibility to establish a common morality, not a common religion. But how would people who don't subscribe to the Christian Scriptures, who don’t follow Jesus, determine what that morality should be? And what does this mean for a Christian's involvement in its government? Resources: Liberty for All:…

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The Brian Dainsberg Podcast Thoughts on Politics – Part 1

Pastors are not political pundits nor do most desire to enter the overcrowded fray of political punditry. But religion and politics may not occupy totally separate quadrants of life as some may contend. Might it be the Scriptures offer some direction for a Christian's involvement in the political world? Resources: Political Church – Jonathan Leeman

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The Brian Dainsberg Podcast Ancestral Guilt and Corporate Repentance

Are human beings culpable for sins their ancestors committed? Within the critical theory ecosystem is the notion of ancestral guilt which answers this question in the affirmative. How does this stand up to the scrutiny of Scripture? Resources: https://shenviapologetics.com/

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The Brian Dainsberg Podcast Is the Bible Reliable?

Most historians are quick to acknowledge the historical credibility of the works of Herodotus or Thucydides or Julius Caesar's invasion of Gaul. How does the Bible's reliability stack up against these? The evidence is overwhelming: the Bible is the most well-attested ancient document we have. Resources: Evidence That Demands a Verdict: Life-Changing Truth for a…

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The Brian Dainsberg Podcast Is Church Attendance Optional?

Attending church is a spiritually charged activity. More so than we realize. But it's often treated as a hobby. “I'll get to it when I can” is the adopted approach. As always, we'll search God's Word to provide us with clarity on this basic, but often misunderstood topic.

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BIBLE JARGON: REPENTANCE

Christians throw around Bible jargon often, but do we stop to look closely how Scripture defines those words? So far we have considered: justification, sanctification, and redemption. We’ll do one more today: repentance. As always, we must start with Scripture to construct a definition of the term. The very first person to use the term…

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BIBLE JARGON: REDEMPTION

Christians throw around Bible jargon often, but I’ve often wondered a couple of things regarding that practice. First, do the Christians who use those words truly know what the words means? And second, do people who are new to Christianity or are curious about it know what those words mean? This blog series will attempt…

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