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Guest: Dr. Wayne Grudem | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Grudem as they discuss lifelong theological study. Topics of conversation include: Dr. Grudem’s personal journey into theological study 12 books that have had a significant impact on his understanding of the Bible and theology Encouragement for people looking to begin studying theology Theology as a foundation…

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Guest: Dr. Ken Magnuson | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Magnuson about the ethics of contraception. Topics of conversation include: The difference between birth control and contraception The church’s stance on contraception throughout history Thinking biblically about various methods of contraception Resources for further reading on these issues. Dr. Ken Magnuson serves as the executive director…

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Guest: Dr. Ken Magnuson | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Magnuson about the ethics of current reproductive technologies. Topics of conversation include: Reproductive technologies available today Ethical considerations of IVF Thoughts on embryo adoption The implications and effects of using reproductive technologies on a marriage Resources for further reading on these issues Dr. Ken Magnuson serves…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Magnuson on the foundation for Christian ethics. Topics of conversation include:  Why it is important for Christians to develop a strong ethical foundation Various perspectives for framing ethics, such as deontology, consequentialism, virtue ethics, and teleology Scriptural guidelines for determining a Christian ethic Why churches aren’t addressing ethical issues today Recommended…

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