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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?

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Episode 2 Was Disappointing

While many reviewers here love the “honesty” of this podcast, I sincerely doubted that in this episode. This was basically Christian apologetics, where the Atheist presents the “doubt” he is struggling with, and then the Christian knocks it down, at length.

This episode didn’t feel even handed at all. Indeed, there was essentially no meaningful atheist response to 10+ minutes of Christian apologetics.

Too many false or misleading assertions go unchallenged.

After just two episodes, I’m done. If you had an academic Biblical scholar involved instead of dishonest apologetics, it might be interesting. But claims such as multiple non-Christian witnesses to Jesus are patently false. The only non-Christian writings about Christianity are those writing about what Christians claimed. No one says their claims were true. We also have no evidence any of the leaders of the early church were martyred. Those tales were invented decades later. About the thousands of manuscripts....yeah, but only if you are counting the bulk of them, from the 14th and 15th centuries. We have nothing from the first century. A small fragment from the second century. It really takes until the 4th century before you have any complete manuscripts. And those early manuscripts vary widely from the later church-redacted ones. So yeah, this is not the podcast it claims to be. Anyone looking for facts rather than apologetics needs to look elsewhere.


Though I appreciate the civility of the conversation, I'm not sure what the one atheist (Cory) represents in the podcast, since he basically just goes along unquestioningly with the most shallow Christian apologetics.

The fact that this podcast launches by taking the word of Liberty University apologist Gary Habermas at face value tells you everything you need to know.

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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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