In this podcast, Mentionable Team Members Nick Peters and Joel Furches talk about honor and shame in the Bible, and when two different police detectives investigate two different metaphysical claims.
In this podcast, Tyler and Joel look at the atheist definition of "belief." And prepare for some "abductive" reasoning as the Mentionable duo examining 5 unusual atheist arguments. Including the "Argument from Aliens."
Part Two of the "Measuring McAfee" reading.
Joel Furches reads Chapter One of Tyler Vela's book "Measuring McAfee."
In this bit of extra content, listen to Joel Furches as he reads the Introduction to Mentionable Tyler Vela's book, Measuring McAfee.
Tyler's book is a refutation of David McAfee's book "Disproving Christianity".
Even if you've never read McAfee's book, Tyler makes a solid case for the strength of the Christian Worldview over and against Atheism.
In this episode Tyler Vela, Joel Furches and Neil Hess discuss the importance of Ontology and epistemology as it relates to apologetics. Then Joel gives us some very interesting research studies which helps to explain the ferocity of Christian/Atheist internet interactions (AKA Trolling). Finally, Neil wraps up responding to a listener mail about an objection to Christianity based on the rates of religious adherence based and it’s correlation to geographic location.
In this episode, Neil, Chad and Joel discuss the Defending the Faith 2017 conference, psychology and the "sense of God," Baptism for the Dead, and Outsider test the godess Chinamasta.