By Seth and Nirva Ready with Stephen Robles
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Bible scholar Dr. Ben Witherington often says that we live in a “biblically illiterate, Jesus haunted culture.” Though we have retained some vague notions about Jesus and Christianity, the decline of biblical literacy along with education in general and critical thinking in particular has made us easy prey for the constant barrage of false ideas that press in on us from every angle. This is true even for many of us in the Church—we have succumbed to the spirit of the age being more influenced by Hollywood and social media than by Scripture, reason, and common sense. We often find ourselves at a loss for how to respond to cultural hot topics in everything from sexual morality to politics to science etc. Thus, our purpose at Freemind is to provide a thoughtful analysis of these topics as they arise utilizing the tools of biblical theology and philosophy.
||CleanEpisode 4: Wake Up / Train Up / Speak Up / Stand Up||In this episode we discuss a message Seth recently preached on the current cultural and political challenges we are facing and how we can respond with truth and love.||1/14/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 3: Lessons from the Lauren Daigle Interview (Pt. 2)||In this episode we discuss the recent controversy surrounding Lauren Daigle’s interview with iHeartRadio host Domenick Nati. In this part we dive into the content of the interview.||1/7/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2: Lessons from the Lauren Daigle Interview (Pt. 1)||In this episode we discuss the recent controversy surrounding Lauren Daigle’s interview with iHeartRadio host Domenick Nati. We cover the issue of judging and the important distinction between evaluating and condemning.)||1/1/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1: What Is Freemind?||In this episode we discuss what our podcast is about, as well as our own histories of wrestling with faith, doubt, culture, etc.||12/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Great Pocast - Great People
What an awesome podcast. If you are interested in Christian apologetics at all you need to add this podcast to your list of must listen to podcasts.
Such a great combination of grace and truth!
Seth, Nirva and Stephen have such a unique approach to how Biblical truth is presented. There is a completeness to the way their ideas are shared while maintaining the integrity of the Truth found in scripture and simultaneously not alienating the people that might be challenged by what is presented.
Great application of critical thinking!
Looking forward to more podcasts! Thoughtful discussion based on Biblical principles.