Becoming a Student 2

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What does apologetics look like where the rubber meets the road? The standalone Session 6 of the Thinking Series is now available on YouTube to the public: Story video Teaching video

Your Brain on Religion

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Images of a brain scan with the blotches of various colours are familiar to many of us. We may have seen what brain scans may look like on drugs, alcohol, and even love. They seem to light up the same regions of the brain. What about religion? Researchers are finding that intense religious experiences also light up those same regions. …

Becoming a Student

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What does apologetics look like where the rubber meets the road? The standalone Session 6 of the Thinking Series is now available on YouTube to the public: Story video Teaching video

Cultural Christian: Easter Without the Resurrection

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Easter is around the corner and – you guessed it – an article has popped up that looks pretty interesting. BBC ran an article on the current state of the historicity of the resurrection in the minds of British adults. It turns out, a quarter of the Christian respondents don’t think the resurrection of Jesus happened historically. Read that last …

Is Truth Dead?: A Culture of Contradictions

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The latest two issues (as of the releasing of this podcast) of the TIME Magazine leave much to think about. It seems that our culture at large just can’t decide whether truth is dead or not. As you might have expected, our society is being selective about it. Links & Articles Beyond ‘He’ or ‘She’: The Changing Meaning of Gender …

Film & Theology: Life

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As we discover more and more earth-like planets in our universe, hope is mounting that we are perhaps not alone in the vast cosmos. What would happen to the Christian faith and theology if other intelligent life forms were discovered on another planet? These are some of the questions raised when Steve, Terry, and Daniel went to watch the movie, …

Name the Colours: Overcoming Racism Without Overcoming Race

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March 21st is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Except for the radical political fringe, people from across the political spectrum agree that it should be eliminated. Curious what the Apologetics Canada team is thinking on this issue? An Asian, a Native, and a Caucasian walked into the studio to discuss this. Links & Articles International Day …

Biohacking: Being Fit for the Future?

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Everyone agrees that technology is advancing quickly. Yet, the ethical complications seem the greatest when it comes to the advancement of biotechnology. With technology now on the horizon to be able to edit our genes like Word documents, the question of human dignity is being highlighted. Steve shares a sampling from his talk he gave at the Apologetics Canada Conference …

Science & Theology: Friend or Foe?

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Have you heard of Michael Polanyi? He was a top-notch scientist in his day who would have surely won the Nobel Prize. He was even inducted into the Royal Society. This promising scientist suddenly changed his course and jumped head-long into philosophy. Why would a scientist do this? Learn more in this week’s episode of AC Podcast with Andy Steiger, …

Multiple Loves

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Polyamory – the philosophy of being romantically involved with multiple persons at the same time – is on the rise. From Hollywood stars to your average social media consumer, people are advocating for “open marriage.” As one might expect, this minority view is also starting to find a foothold in our universities. A philosophy professor from a local university has …