A Game of Survival: Trinity Western University and Its Community Covenant

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Following the ruling against the Trinity Western University (TWU) by the Supreme Court of Canada, TWU is making optional the community covenant which has been at the centre of the legal battle. There are many reactions from both sides of the issue. Andy, Terry, and Steve throw in their two cents on this week’s episode of the AC Podcast. Links …

Human Rights on Christianity vs Secular Humanism

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In the West, at least, everyone seems to agree that there are such things as human rights. What are they? Where do they come from? Which worldview best accounts for its reality? In March of 2018, Apologetics Canada brought together a Christian and a Secular Humanist to dialogue on these important questions. You will hear the main session on today’s …

Is My Bible Reliable?: An Interview with Wesley Huff, PhD(c)

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The apologetic endeavour of the Church comes in many varieties. One indispensable area of this is the Christian case-making for the reliability of Scripture. Is my Bible trustworthy? To answer this question, Andy and Terry invited Wesley Huff to the show. Come meet Wesley, and hear how his doctoral study of the New Testament has impacted his faith. Links & …

Right For You But Not For Me: Responding to Moral Relativism

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It seems to be an in-thing for average people these days to claim that morality is relative, an idea not many philosophy professors would hold to. Relativism has many faults, but the main one seems to be that it cannot be held to consistently. Check out today’s episode of the AC Podcast and listen to what Paul Chamberlain said at …

Apologetics for Parents: The Why, What, and How of Teaching Kids Apologetics at Home

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Our children are growing up in an environment that is becoming more and more ignorant of its Judeo-Christian foundation; they can no longer assume Christianity is part of people’s common cultural understanding. This is why teaching kids how to articulate their faith to themselves and others is critically important. In this special edition of the AC Podcast, you will get …

The Scopes Trial: The Genesis of an Evolution Debate

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The sleepy town of Dayton, TN burst onto the national scene and rose to prominence when a science teacher was taken to court over teaching human evolution in a high school science class. The famed The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes trial, known in popular discourse as the Scopes “Monkey” Trial, has since become an iconic event symbolizing …

Science and the Mind of the Maker: An Interview with Melissa Cain Travis

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In relatively recent times, people both inside and outside the church have generally come to accept the view that science and faith are irreconcilable. Yet, those who do more digging into this view will find that this is not the case. Melissa Cain Travis, an assistant professor of apologetics at Houston Baptist University, has recently written a book to address …

Answer Me This: Questions from High School Students

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Back in May, Terry was invited to speak at a local Christian high school. He had over 50 questions submitted to him before his session. Terry and Steve address just a handful of those questions in today’s episode of the AC Podcast. Links & Articles Ready, Set, Question – AC Podcast Ep. 143 Questions, Questions, Questions – AC Podcast Ep. …

Divided: The Moral and Legal Challenges over Separating Families at the Border

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America couldn’t ignore the picture of a little Honduran girl crying as her mother was detained at the US-Mexico border. Outrage has been pouring out on mainstream media as well as social media over the tragedy of families being separated at the border. What are we to make of this? Andy and Steve come together to explore the issue and …

Now What?: On the Supreme Court Decision against the Proposed TWU Law School

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On June 15, 2018, a landmark decision was handed down from the Supreme Court of Canada. Its message was clear: provincial law societies have the right to reject a proposed Christian law school like that of the Trinity Western University on the basis of the university’s Christian values. While the message was clear, the rationale for it was not. Steve …