By Curios Media
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If you could find the answer to one question, any question, what would it be? How might your life turn on the answer? For atheist Cory Markum, life began to turn as he looked up at the sky in prayer after the death of a friend and realized he was trying to pray to a God he no longer believed in. For former pastor Drew Sokol, life began to turn as he stood preaching about Jesus to thousands of people and yet found himself questioning the very words he was saying. Those turns also brought them to one another, for a shared journey exploring one of the most polarizing questions in history: Who was Jesus Christ?
||Clean#10 Cards on the Table||Cory and Drew conclude the series, as they untangle the question: Could there be a good God who would not fully reveal himself to all people? Help us reach our goal! Make a one-time donation here (all donations are tax-deductible). Or...||15 3 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#9 Hidden Motivators||We all have emotional reactions to the story of Jesus and the presence of the church. Some even have astonishing personal experiences. So at what point do emotion and experience lead to an unreasonable bias? Join the conversation on Facebook...||1 3 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#8 The Unavoidable Question||There’s one simple question that hangs over the search for the real Jesus: Do miracles happen? Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Consider becoming a monthly partner here.||15 2 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#7 Worth Dying For||How do we know the disciples weren’t lying about the resurrection of Jesus? “Because they were willing to die for it.” Well, that’s what Christians will say anyway. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Consider becoming a...||1 2 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#6 All Things New||Drew tries to show how different the world is because of Jesus’ life and teachings. But does that prove anything about the truth of his life? Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Consider becoming a monthly partner here. Don’t...||18 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#5 Accident of History||Cory lays out the case against Jesus. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Consider becoming a monthly partner here.||4 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#4 Watertight Arguments||What role should beauty and emotion play in the search for the real Jesus? What role might it have played for the eyewitnesses to his life? Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Consider becoming a monthly partner here.||28 12 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#3 God-Like?||There have been plenty of people who claimed to be special, like said-they-were-God special. Did Jesus talk about himself that way? If he didn’t, should Christians treat him as if he did? Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter....||21 12 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#2 I Want Evidence||What happens when a Christian radio show host shares live on air that he's ready to throw it all away? Don't forget to write a review on Apple Podcasts! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Consider becoming a monthly partner here.||14 12 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#1 It Was My Job to Have Answers||What happens when an atheist and a pastor seek answers to one of the most polarizing questions in history: Who was Jesus Christ? Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Consider becoming a monthly partner here.||14 12 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrailer||Hinge is a podcast about doubt, identity, and the search for the real Jesus. From Curios Media. The first episode premiers December 7.||28 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Absolutely love the episodes so far. As a Christian who has struggled with my faith for so long, I can hear myself in both of the Atheist and Christian presenters!
What I'm picking up is that each episode will explore a question, look for the answers to that question and then re-evaluate once the "data" has been drawn. I'm enjoying the honesty from both Cory (Atheist) and Drew (Theist). There is no accusatory debate, but sympathetic dialogue.
What I'm hearing from both of them so far is that they both have presupposed assumptions about the world, and they are really trying to dig beneath these assumptions in order to find an answer. I really enjoy this approach as it appears to me to be the most humble and honest method.
A worthy listen for anyone searching for the meaning of life.
Becomes 100% atheist by episode 5
Quickly turns into a pro-atheist podcast rather than a balanced one.
The guise of an intellectual, balanced Christianity vs atheism discussion quickly degenerates into an all out mocking attack by a pool of atheists on Christianity by episode 5. The Christian co-host from episodes 1-4 is not even on the show in episode 5, he doesn’t even get a mention; it’s like he’s been pushed out of the show by the host atheist or group of atheists working behind the scenes. Very disappointing indeed so I’ve now unsubscribed.
There is so much documented historical evidence about Jesus’ resurrection from both within the text (the bible) and from outside it (both ancient non-Christian Jewish and Roman historians, as well as even an ancient historian from what is modern day Russia who wrote about the sky turning black for 3 hours around the time of Jesus’ death) which was all completely ignored.
I suggest the atheist host and other atheists involved in the production of this podcast who conjured up this unbalanced and poorly studied attack read Josh McDowell’s ‘New Evidence Which Demands a Verdict, Evidence 1 & 2’ or, if that’s too heavy going for you, then perhaps one of the lighter works aimed at everyday laypeople by Dr John Dickson.
Great exploration of faith
Don’t take a lot of notice of the critics in the reviews. They haven’t really listened.
I’ve been a Christian for decades and most of that time a missionary.
This is a genuine explanation of faith and doubt and design just toe the Chrstian line.
I imagine insecure Christians will struggle but I’ve found it an affirming experience.