We can choose the sources of where we look for truth. We can choose how we synthesize truth and apply it as wisdom in everyday circumstances. But we don’t get to choose whether or not something is true.
This episode of the FTC Podcast features another installment of the recurring Headlines feature, with Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz talking this week about the Rise and Fall of Mars Hill podcast and the recent firing of Daniel Darling from the National Religious Broadcasters.
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On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with Raleigh Sadler, founder and president of Let My People Go and author of the book Vulnerable: Rethinking Human Trafficking, about the misconceptions we often have about the problem of trafficking and how we can help.
In a world where we increasingly walk on eggshells, Christianity can become a grace-filled haven for curious questioners, doubting dissidents, and anyone seeking truth in a world where partisan narratives take precedence.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz talk about the renewed interest in the UFO phenomenon and its implications for Christians and Christian belief.
God did not mean this world to be our home or a place of perfect peace or satisfaction.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with artist and author Sho Baraka about his new book and about creativity and culture-making by and in the Church.
An implications-free gospel is merely a shibboleth, a theological golem built from the deadness of our self-comforting platitudes.
How important is it for preachers to pay attention to cultural trends and popular media?