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Guest: Dr. David Hogg | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Hogg about revival. Topics of conversation include: How we define the terms revival and awakening Examples of revival in the Bible Movements of revival throughout history The First and Second Great Awakening Resources for further reading on revival. Dr. David Hogg serves as vice president of…

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Guest: Dr. Joe Rigney | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Rigney about the differences between men and women, as revealed in nature. Topics of conversation include: How the Bible and nature are not at odds when it comes to understanding gender Defining “man” and “woman” Gender stereotypes vs. tendencies that serve a larger role in familial…

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Guest: Dr. Ayman Ibrahim | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Ibrahim about Islam. Topics of conversation include: A brief history of Islam The origins of the Quran How to evaluate similarities and distinctions between Christianity and Islam Ways to engage in conversation with Muslims Social, cultural, and theological barriers to sharing the gospel with Muslims Resources…

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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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Guest: Dr. Gavin Ortlund | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Ortlund about his latest book, Humility: The Joy of Self-Forgetfulness. Topics of conversation include: Common misconceptions about humility How Christ models humility for us Practical tips for developing humility in the Christian life Three different contexts for humility Resources for further reading on humility Dr. Gavin…

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Guest: Dr. Rebecca McLaughlin | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. McLaughlin about her book, The Secular Creed. Topics of conversation include: The meaning of the word “secular” The use of creeds to articulate a set of core beliefs Ways in which the church has used Scripture wrongly The current issue of transgenderism The importance of fighting…

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Guest: Dr. Steve Duby | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Duby about the doctrine of God’s impassibility. Topics of conversation include: The importance of asking the question, “Does God have emotions?” How to understand passages in Scripture where it appears God changes his mind How the doctrine of impassibility affects our understanding of the person of…

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Guest: Dr. Trevin Wax | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Wax about his new book, The Thrill of Orthodoxy: Rediscovering the Adventure of Christian Faith. Topics of conversation include: A definition of orthodoxy The role of creeds in establishing guardrails for orthodox theology A definition of heresy, using the categories of orthodoxy, theological error, and heresy…

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