The Future of Apologetics: With Voices from the Past

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If you’ve been a regular listener, you are in for a treat. As the AC Podcast celebrates its 200th episode milestone, Terry and Steve bring on a blast (two, to be exact) from the past. Join us for this special edition of the AC Podcast where we retrace Apologetics Canada’s footsteps and look ahead to where we are headed. Links …

Won’t You Be My Neighbour?

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Many adults both in Canada and the US remember seeing Fred Rogers growing up. In many ways, he was the hallmark of our childhood TV experience. This highly influential public TV figure with an air of a friendly grandpa about him was featured in a recent biographical documentary. In this week’s episode of AC Podcast, Andy, Terry, and Steve sat …

Meet Generation Z: An Interview with James Emery White

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The Baby Boomers, the Generation X, the Millennials, and, now, the Generation Z. Who are the Generation Z? What is their outlook on the world? How is the digital environment shaping them, and what does it mean for them to be a post-Christian generation? When we send missionaries overseas, we intuitively understand that they need to learn the language and …

What Do You Meme By That?

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Few things describe our social media culture better than memes: pithy, punchy, attention-grabbing, and often unsubstantial. Today, Steve and Terry come together to respond to a number of atheist memes. How can memes be helpful in the life of the mind? Find out in this week’s episode of the AC Podcast. Memes We Responded To

Science Says Having Kids Isn’t Worth It

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In a Western culture like ours that has been shaped by Judeo-Christian values, children are considered very precious and important. It is taken for granted that bringing forth life is a good thing. Yet, with the erosion of the Judeo-Christian foundation in an increasingly secular West, some would dare challenge this conventional wisdom. Is having children worth the loss of …

The Drop Box: Understanding a Culture that’s Giving Up on Everything

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Andy and Steve are coming to you this week from Seoul, South Korea where they are filming episode 3 of The Human Project. They saw and learned many fascinating things. One of them was the ministry of Jusarang Community Church led by Pastor Lee Jongrak. What were Andy’s and Steve’s thoughts after visiting Pastor Lee and the church community? Check …

“He Deserved It”: A Tragic Death Exploited

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Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old American college student who was detained by North Korea in early 2016 for “an act of hostility against the regime,” was returned recently to the US in a coma. Tragically, he passed away several days later. This incident has all kinds of serious political implications. After all, one country has killed another country’s citizen, especially two …

My Bedroom, My Choice

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What is freedom? Does it mean that we can always do whatever we want? How does it impact our sex lives? Are there greater forces at play? These are all questions that we should be asking. Our society is participating in a sexual revolution and has a certain trajectory. In this week’s podcast, Steve and Chris explore this interesting concept, …

Sex Is Not Wrong, nor Is It a Right

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Many of you may not have been alive, or weren’t hip to the jive, or were too busy raising babies during the reign of mega-group Salt-N-Pepa. Well, “mega-group” may be a little over the top, but they were a pretty big deal for a while in the late 80’s and through the mid-90’s. One of their many hits was a …