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Absurdity with Ryan Becker

By Ryan Becker

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An exploration of the absurd in religion, social justice, and what it means to be a Christian.

Customer Reviews

annual council 1/2

first of two were great--second was the discouragement of the semi broken--Tony has great points but by the times they are hashed out the domination of time has ensued--Thoroughly enjoyed the one on NAD--have you followed Martin Webers comments on the future of the NAD--Jackso will retire--a Wilson acolyte will ascend and the unifying commonaliy of new hires will be GYC trainees--as an aside I spent an equal amout of time with pods having Fleming Rutledge talking about Christ thus taking DavinHamstra seriously the challenge to spend time with Christ before politics--Question--if can access time of would a 66 y.o. be wellcome at the conference to be held 12/2018?

Balanced opinions with good reasoning

Ryan and Tony talk about issues that mostly pertain to the Seventh-day Adventist Church and share their insights and opinions. They are pretty middle of the road and have a great background of theology and ministry experience. Give it a listen and learn something! The episode on mental health is awesome.

Yes!

Just listened to a few of the last several podcasts! Thank you for your balanced approach to issues such as addressed in the NAD Strikes back! So glad I found this podcast!

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