Listen to Isaac Dagneau engaging thoughtful theological discussion with leaders around the world on life, faith, and culture.
Preston Sprinkle and Daniel talk through the question what is sex, and discuss the relationship between our sexuality and our self-expression to honor God.
Preston Sprinkle joins us to discuss the question: how do I talk to my gay neighbour? And ultimately, the primary focus becomes: what is marriage?
As we’re face-to-face with a worldwide pandemic, it’s now more than ever that we need to be turning to God and forming habits that help us to remain in Him.
Are you the person that you want to be, or are you the person that others need you to be? Matt Hammitt joins us to discuss what it means to be a leader.
In the West, Christians are more prone to attending a conference on justice rather than actually doing justice in their cities.
How many times have you read your Bible? On this week’s episode, Tim Mackie joins Isaac to discuss the relevant question: Why should I study my Bible?
Why Apologetics? Why is it so important? Is this something we should be thinking about more, or less? How do we find the balance? Is there a balance?
If being a Christian means a quick trip to Church every Sunday morning, then you may be missing the point of Christianity.
What does the future of Christianity look like? Or the next ten years? Admittedly, that’s a difficult question but it’s one that we touch on this week.
Our lives are sacred and we should do our best to preserve our life on earth. But what happens when medicine, or technology, prolongs death instead of life?
Every one of us could recount a moment where there was a significant change in our relationship with God. For some of us, that happened at summer camp.