Description: In this episode, I continue examining Alex O’Connor’s diatribe against Dennis Prager’s presentation on the 10 Commandments – using it as an example of how skeptics use distracting tactics so as to give the impression that they are discrediting Christianity. In particular, I ask the listener to take note of the dangerous nature of the belief, shared by O’Connor and other atheists, that morality is subjective instead of objective.
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Description: I was made aware of the video published by “CosmicSkeptic” (real name, Alex O’Connor) in which he criticizes Dennis Prager’s introductory video on a series covering the 10 Commandments, featured on Prager U’s channel. As I analyzed the content, I realized that O’Connor’s comments constituted a perfect showcase of the malicious tactics employed by atheists to give the impression that they are substantively discrediting Biblical Christianity. In the episode I dissect those tactics by examining the criticisms launched by the channel’s owner against Prager’s short presentation on the 10 Commandments. I believe the listener will find a steady diet of decontextualizations, misdirections, straw man arguments and the like.
Description: Masculinity, more specifically, Christian masculinity, is under siege. Not only have militant feminists normalized the devaluing and hatred of males, militant homosexuals are joining the fray. As an example and throughout this episode, I read from and comment on an article written by what appears to be a homosexual who denounces those who are preaching the Biblical masculine ethic by giving the impression that the Bible endorses male effeminacy.
Episode Description: I recently read commentator Matt Walsh’s article on why he thinks young people are leaving the church and aren’t coming back to it. While many of things he wrote are true, one particular idea bothered me – the notion that the youth do not approach church because of “poser” Christians. In this respect his analysis is faulty, due to the fact that modern youth suffer from the same character deficiency he ascribes to much of the church. I comment further on this topic in this edition of the podcast.
Recalcitrant atheists are now stating the Josephus’ writings about Christ should be discarded and can not be considered as evidence for the existence of Jesus Christ. Those claims are examined in this episode and proof given that not only can Josephus’ writings be used as extra-biblical evidence to support the proposition that Christ was a historical figure, but also that many atheists will go to foolish lengths to denigrate the historical record pertaining to Christianity.
University of Toronto psychology professor Jordan B. Peterson has garnered an immense following due to his staunch defense of free speech and traditional masculinity, even now within Christian circles. However, most haven’t taken the time to examine what makes up the foundation for all his views. In this episode, we speak about the devilish doctrines that Peterson’s idol Carl Jung embraced and how Peterson implicitly diminishes the Gospel and the Divinity of Christ whilst giving the impression that he sympathizes with traditional Christianity. It’s a lesson to all of us that we should truly examine who we let in the door to our ranks.
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Here’s the description for today’s episode:
Individuals are reporting that they are more distracted, lonely, isolated and uninformed than in the past. This is ironic, considering that the advent of the Internet was supposed to bring about a new “Age of Reason” and interconnectivity. Could this all be a result of our ever-distancing act away from nature and nature’s God?
In this edition of the podcast, I talk about how people would suffer less in the so-called Information Age if they asked a crucial question every time they are sold an “emerging” technology: What does this technology ask that I sacrifice in order to use it?