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Come Let Us Reason Podcast

This Come Reason podcast lets you listen to the "Come Let Us Reason" apologetics radio program anytime! Hear Lenny Esposito demonstrate how Christianity is an intelligent and rational faith. Here, we will deal with ethics, religious beliefs, and arguments against the Christian perspective. Listen in to hear how rational faith can be.

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Sunday, September 16, 2018

The Incredible Worth of Man (Part 1)

The Incredible Worth of Man (Part 1)

In looking at the Bible, we read about man's soul and man's spirit. Is there a difference? What does it mean to be made in the image of God? Listen as we look deeper into how God created us.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, September 09, 2018

Would the World Be Better without Religion? (Part 4)

Would the World Be Better without Religion? (Part 4)

Skeptics such as Richard Dawkins often claim that the biggest evils in the world are perpetrated because of religious beliefs. Does religion cause more wars, more hatred and prejudice than other views? What would a world free of religion look like? Join Lenny as he shows why such objections have no grounding in reality.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, September 02, 2018

Would the World Be Better without Religion? (Part 3)

Would the World Be Better without Religion? (Part 3)

Skeptics such as Richard Dawkins often claim that the biggest evils in the world are perpetrated because of religious beliefs. Does religion cause more wars, more hatred and prejudice than other views? What would a world free of religion look like? Join Lenny as he shows why such objections have no grounding in reality.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Would the World Be Better without Religion? (Part 2)

Would the World Be Better without Religion? (Part 2)

Skeptics such as Richard Dawkins often claim that the biggest evils in the world are perpetrated because of religious beliefs. Does religion cause more wars, more hatred and prejudice than other views? What would a world free of religion look like? Join Lenny as he shows why such objections have no grounding in reality.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Would the World Be Better without Religion? (Part 1)

Would the World Be Better without Religion? (Part 1)

Skeptics such as Richard Dawkins often claim that the biggest evils in the world are perpetrated because of religious beliefs. Does religion cause more wars, more hatred and prejudice than other views? What would a world free of religion look like? Join Lenny as he shows why such objections have no grounding in reality.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 6)

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 6)
Christians believe the Bible is God’s word given to us in 66 books, each divinely inspired. But just how did we end up with those books? Why not more or fewer? And what about all those “missing Gospels” we hear about? In this series, Lenny takes on some of the popular objections and shows why we can be sure only these specific books from the Old and New Testaments are authoritative for Christians today.

Part 6 of 6

Sunday, August 05, 2018

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 5)

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 5)
Christians believe the Bible is God’s word given to us in 66 books, each divinely inspired. But just how did we end up with those books? Why not more or fewer? And what about all those “missing Gospels” we hear about? In this series, Lenny takes on some of the popular objections and shows why we can be sure only these specific books from the Old and New Testaments are authoritative for Christians today.

Part 5 of 6

Sunday, July 29, 2018

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 4)

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 4)
Christians believe the Bible is God’s word given to us in 66 books, each divinely inspired. But just how did we end up with those books? Why not more or fewer? And what about all those “missing Gospels” we hear about? In this series, Lenny takes on some of the popular objections and shows why we can be sure only these specific books from the Old and New Testaments are authoritative for Christians today.

Part 4 of 6

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 3)

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 3)
Christians believe the Bible is God’s word given to us in 66 books, each divinely inspired. But just how did we end up with those books? Why not more or fewer? And what about all those “missing Gospels” we hear about? In this series, Lenny takes on some of the popular objections and shows why we can be sure only these specific books from the Old and New Testaments are authoritative for Christians today.

Part 3 of 6

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 2)

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 2)
Christians believe the Bible is God’s word given to us in 66 books, each divinely inspired. But just how did we end up with those books? Why not more or fewer? And what about all those “missing Gospels” we hear about? In this series, Lenny takes on some of the popular objections and shows why we can be sure only these specific books from the Old and New Testaments are authoritative for Christians today.

Part 2 of 6

Sunday, July 08, 2018

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 1)

Building the Canon: Is the Bible Missing Books? (Part 1)
Christians believe the Bible is God’s word given to us in 66 books, each divinely inspired. But just how did we end up with those books? Why not more or fewer? And what about all those “missing Gospels” we hear about? In this series, Lenny takes on some of the popular objections and shows why we can be sure only these specific books from the Old and New Testaments are authoritative for Christians today.

Part 1 of 6

Sunday, July 01, 2018

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 6)

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 6)

Questions about God and the existence of evil are prevalent among today’s young people. In this podcast, Lenny is joined by Pastor Daniel Hooper and Pastor Daniel Eichelberger as they engage with students on campus at California State University San Bernardino, answering their questions and providing a sound defense for the God of the Bible.

Part 6 of 6

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 5)

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 5)

Skeptics will charge that the Bible contains passages that promote slavery, sexism, and genocide. But how can the true God be sexist? How should we understand commands given in the Old Testament? Why didn't God prohibit slavery if it's such an abhorrent practice? In this podcast series, Lenny shows why the charge that the God of the Bible is immoral doesn’t make sense.

Part 5 of 6

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 4)

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 4)

Skeptics will charge that the Bible contains passages that promote slavery, sexism, and genocide. But how can the true God be sexist? How should we understand commands given in the Old Testament? Why didn't God prohibit slavery if it's such an abhorrent practice? In this podcast series, Lenny shows why the charge that the God of the Bible is immoral doesn’t make sense.

Part 4 of 6

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 3)

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 3)

Skeptics will charge that the Bible contains passages that promote slavery, sexism, and genocide. But how can the true God be sexist? How should we understand commands given in the Old Testament? Why didn't God prohibit slavery if it's such an abhorrent practice? In this podcast series, Lenny shows why the charge that the God of the Bible is immoral doesn’t make sense.

Part 3 of 6

Sunday, June 03, 2018

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 2)

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 2)

Skeptics will charge that the Bible contains passages that promote slavery, sexism, and genocide. But how can the true God be sexist? How should we understand commands given in the Old Testament? Why didn't God prohibit slavery if it's such an abhorrent practice? In this podcast series, Lenny shows why the charge that the God of the Bible is immoral doesn’t make sense.

Part 2 of 6

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 1)

Is the Christian God Immoral? (Part 1)

Skeptics will charge that the Bible contains passages that promote slavery, sexism, and genocide. But how can the true God be sexist? How should we understand commands given in the Old Testament? Why didn't God prohibit slavery if it's such an abhorrent practice? In this podcast series, Lenny shows why the charge that the God of the Bible is immoral doesn’t make sense.

Part 1 of 6

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Applying Middle Knowledge to Difficult Questions (Part 4)

Applying Middle Knowledge to Difficult Questions (Part 4)

The seeming tension of God’s sovereignty versus man’s freedom has offered fertile ground for rich theological discussion. While various solutions have been offered, one underappreciated view is the concept of God drawing upon His Middle Knowledge in ordering the events of the world. In this series, Lenny looks at the solutions the Middle Knowledge position offers, specifically regarding why God allows evil in the world, why evangelism is necessary if God has predestined people to be saved, and how prayer may be efficacious even if the petitioner is praying after the events have been decided.

This teaching follows the previous podcast series “God’s Sovereignty and Man’s Freedom,” found here.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Applying Middle Knowledge to Difficult Questions (Part 3)

Applying Middle Knowledge to Difficult Questions (Part 3)

The seeming tension of God’s sovereignty versus man’s freedom has offered fertile ground for rich theological discussion. While various solutions have been offered, one underappreciated view is the concept of God drawing upon His Middle Knowledge in ordering the events of the world. In this series, Lenny looks at the solutions the Middle Knowledge position offers, specifically regarding why God allows evil in the world, why evangelism is necessary if God has predestined people to be saved, and how prayer may be efficacious even if the petitioner is praying after the events have been decided.

This teaching follows the previous podcast series “God’s Sovereignty and Man’s Freedom,” found here.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, May 06, 2018

Applying Middle Knowledge to Difficult Questions (Part 2)

Applying Middle Knowledge to Difficult Questions (Part 2)

The seeming tension of God’s sovereignty versus man’s freedom has offered fertile ground for rich theological discussion. While various solutions have been offered, one underappreciated view is the concept of God drawing upon His Middle Knowledge in ordering the events of the world. In this series, Lenny looks at the solutions the Middle Knowledge position offers, specifically regarding why God allows evil in the world, why evangelism is necessary if God has predestined people to be saved, and how prayer may be efficacious even if the petitioner is praying after the events have been decided.

This teaching follows the previous podcast series “God’s Sovereignty and Man’s Freedom,” found here.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Applying Middle Knowledge to Difficult Questions (Part 1)

Applying Middle Knowledge to Difficult Questions (Part 1)

The seeming tension of God’s sovereignty versus man’s freedom has offered fertile ground for rich theological discussion. While various solutions have been offered, one underappreciated view is the concept of God drawing upon His Middle Knowledge in ordering the events of the world. In this series, Lenny looks at the solutions the Middle Knowledge position offers, specifically regarding why God allows evil in the world, why evangelism is necessary if God has predestined people to be saved, and how prayer may be efficacious even if the petitioner is praying after the events have been decided.

This teaching follows the previous podcast series “God’s Sovereignty and Man’s Freedom,” found here.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Answering Abortion Arguments (Part 4)

Answering Abortion Arguments (Part 4)

Abortion seems to always be a moral and political flashpoint. As Christians we believe that all humans are valuable, but how do we convince students, friends, and co-workers on this emotional topic? In this podcast series, Lenny offers ways to argue persuasively yet winsomely for the pro-life position.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Answering Abortion Arguments (Part 3)

Answering Abortion Arguments (Part 3)

Abortion seems to always be a moral and political flashpoint. As Christians we believe that all humans are valuable, but how do we convince students, friends, and co-workers on this emotional topic? In this podcast series, Lenny offers ways to argue persuasively yet winsomely for the pro-life position.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, April 08, 2018

Answering Abortion Arguments (Part 2)

Answering Abortion Arguments (Part 2)

Abortion seems to always be a moral and political flashpoint. As Christians we believe that all humans are valuable, but how do we convince students, friends, and co-workers on this emotional topic? In this podcast series, Lenny offers ways to argue persuasively yet winsomely for the pro-life position.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, April 01, 2018

Answering Abortion Arguments (Part 1)

Answering Abortion Arguments (Part 1)

Abortion seems to always be a moral and political flashpoint. As Christians we believe that all humans are valuable, but how do we convince students, friends, and co-workers on this emotional topic? In this podcast series, Lenny offers ways to argue persuasively yet winsomely for the pro-life position.

Part 1 of 4

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