Is Evangelicalism Intellectually Relevant?

Is Evangelicalism Intellectually Relevant?

SNDDoes traditional evangelical Christianity have anything to say in our modern time?  With the rise of millennial thinking can early 20th century Fundamentalism and present Evangelicalism effectively meet the needs of today or must we turn to new forms of spirituality for the heart, head, and hand?  Join us this evening at 8p Central as we welcome Dr. Gary Zustiak to SND.  Gary is an educator, counselor, youth specialist and millennial expert. We will also be giving away a copy of Gary’s book, The Next Generation: Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Generation X

So feel free to send in questions now and we’ll see you later on this evening.

Is Christianity Intellectually Relevant?

Is Christianity Intellectually Relevant?

SNDWhere does the burden of proof rest in discussions about Christianity?  Can the claims of Christianity be rationally defended or must we check our brains at the doors of faith?  Join us Sunday night at 8p Central as we welcome apologist Larry Lewis live from Berlin, Germany.  Larry is director of the Connections Resource Center in Berlin.  Connections is part of a larger effort known as the Open Door Libraries which bring the knowledge of God to countries where Christian teaching and resources have been limited or restricted.

Do you have questions about the legitimacy Christianity and the Bible?  Then grab a friend and stop by our live webcast. You can catch the program here or on our Sunday Night Discussions Google + page.  Questions can be sent in prior to the show or while the program is live through one of these mediums.

 

Show Me The Money!

Show Me The Money!

SND“All the church wants is my money!”  Have you heard that before?  Have you said or wondered that before?  So what about it?  Does the church talk too much about money?  Sure, there are some real shyster preachers with funny ties out there trying to get your cash.  But do they represent the Church as a whole?  On the other hand, there are countless people in our world who are not only in huge financial debt, but are also actually enslaved to money and possessions and are looking to God for some answers.  So it makes one wonder if maybe the Church is actually not talking about money and possessions enough.  What we know from the Bible is that God does have a plan for money and the problem may actually have nothing to do with possessions themselves, but rather somewhere deep in our hearts.  Where is the balance?  Join us tonight at 8p Central as we welcome Lawrence Turner to the show to talk about God and Money.  Lawrence is a Christ follower with a background in Banking and presently serves as Vice President and Relationship Manager with Church Developent Fund.  Send us questions now of live here or through our Goolge + SND page.

 

Can We Trust The Text?

Can We Trust The Text?

SNDIt’s a valid question! Can we trust the Bible? Many Christians hold their hope and build their world view around the Bible. But is it reliable? Is it really the authentic word of God? Or, on the other hand, is it something else; something of mere human origin? Is it just a good piece of literature? Has it been translated too many times to know for sure? Is it just a good book or morals? Can it really be any different from the Quran, the Book of Mormon, or the teachings of Buda? What about the Jesus spoken of in the Bible? Can we trust the Biblical accounts of Christ or was he simply a historical person no greater than Julius Caesar?

Those are all real questions that we want to humbly address this Sunday night on the “Discussions.” So join us this week at 8p Central as we welcome our special guest, Dr. Terry Bowland from Ozark Christian College. Questions can be sent in here or directly through viewing the show on the “Sunday Night Discussions” Goolge + page.

Sex and the Soul of a Man this week on SND.

Sex and the Soul of a Man this week on SND.

SNDThat’s right! Sunday Night Discussions is coming back.  SND is a live webcast for tough questions and honest discussion about God, life, and the world we share. This Sunday at 8p Central we’re kicking off another season with our special guest, Michael Cusick. Michael is a counselor, ministry leader, author, and founder of Restoring The Soul Ministries in Denver, CO.

For the Discussions this week, Michael will be talking with us about the issues of a man’s soul and the connection to the estimated 68 million searches for pornography every day. While the questions may be many, the answers are found at a much deeper level than mere willpower.  The lines between this problem, God, and our soul is more profound than you might think.  In Michael’s book, Surfing For God, he quotes the 20th century theologian, G.K. Chesterton who observed that “Every man who knocks on the door of a brothel is knocking for God.”

So start making plans now to catch the show and feel free to participate.  The program will be aired through Google +.  If you are viewing through that medium on the SND page you can send in questions during the show. We will also embed the link here Sunday Night so that you can also submit questions or observations in the comment section.  In addition, we will also be giving away a copy of Michael’s book to someone in the viewing audience at the conclusion of the show.

So grab a friend and come hang out with us Sunday at 8p central as the Discussions begin.

PS  For all the “Walking Dead” fans out there looking forward to that season kick off; just set the tech up to record the show as you won’t want to miss our live discussion.

See you soon.