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Description

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?

Customer Reviews

Misleading

This claims to be a Christian and an Atheist but Is more accurately a conversation between a skeptic and an atheist. Why they mislabel one can only guess. They make interesting conversations but are more or less an echo chamber as it’s evident they have similar viewpoints. Disappointed that it’s deceptive and not an honest discussion.

Not digging deep enough

I think it's well produced. I appreciate the humility. I don't think it's looking at all of the evidence. For example episode 2 didn't really dig deep. Brief mention of Ravi Zacharias, but no interview or mention of amazing apologists like J Warner Wallace (homicide detective who put Christianity under the same scrutiny as a cold-case which turned a 30 something year old athiest into a follower of Christ) or Frank Turek. In episode 3, where it talks about Jesus not claiming to be God, there was zero mention of how the Old Testament points to Jesus. Isaiah 9:6 says a child will be born and he will be called Mighty God. Many other predictions at least 500 years before Jesus which spoke about Him in pretty amazing accuracy. Jesus revealed Himself as the one mentioned in the OT.

Civil and Raw. 5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I come to this podcast late, with the benefit of hearing the finished product at once. I have to say that it is one of the most candid and civil discussions between a questioning believer and a hopeful atheist I have heard on podcasts these days, and I’ve heard many. They don’t take any shortcuts to conclusions, but genuinely wish to know the truth. It seems that many who rated poorly only listened until the 2nd episode, when they deemed it was uneven-handed in favor of the “Christian Apologist.” If one continues to listen, and onward into Drew’s sequel podcast Room for Doubt, one will see that he is not a dogmatic apologist, but a well-educated seeker of truth that sincerely grapples (or has already grappled) with the questions and arguments his intelligent co-host and Atheist Cory Markum puts forth. What is more, an entire episode is dedicated to Cory’s (atheist) arguments. Both of them are very generous to one another. Admittedly, it sounds like Cory *wants* it to be true, but note that he still can’t believe it. This has been incredibly thought provoking and helpful for me as I journey on my own core-shaking existential crisis of faith and skepticism. No matter where you find yourself on the faith spectrum, you will be challenged with things that you won’t like, and some that you will. If you don’t really care to know the truth or if you just want a podcast that bashes the opposing side to affirm your present beliefs, this podcast is not for you.

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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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