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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, December 25, 2011

Why Christmas Matters (Part 3)

Why Christmas Matters (Part 3)
Christmas is one of the most celebrated times in our culture. Yet, while the holiday becomes more tainted with secular and commercial elements, we must remember that Christmas as incredibly important part of the plan for our salvation. Join us as we talk about the need for Christmas and how you can share its importance with your friends and family this season.
Part 3 of 4

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Why Christmas Matters (Part 2)

Why Christmas Matters (Part 2)
Christmas is one of the most celebrated times in our culture. Yet, while the holiday becomes more tainted with secular and commercial elements, we must remember that Christmas as incredibly important part of the plan for our salvation. Join us as we talk about the need for Christmas and how you can share its importance with your friends and family this season.
Part 2 of 4

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Why Christmas Matters (Part 1)

Why Christmas Matters (Part 1)
Christmas is one of the most celebrated times in our culture. Yet, while the holiday becomes more tainted with secular and commercial elements, we must remember that Christmas as incredibly important part of the plan for our salvation. Join us as we talk about the need for Christmas and how you can share its importance with your friends and family this season.
Part 1 of 4

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness (Part 4)

Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness (Part 4)

Sharing your faith can be difficult - passionate discussions can sometimes lead to angry words or hurt feelings. But, is this the way we should share the Gospel? Join us as we look at some specific tactics in sharing our faith so that you can present the truth in a loving, winsome way.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness (Part 3)

Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness (Part 3)

Sharing your faith can be difficult - passionate discussions can sometimes lead to angry words or hurt feelings. But, is this the way we should share the Gospel? Join us as we look at some specific tactics in sharing our faith so that you can present the truth in a loving, winsome way.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness (Part 2)

Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness (Part 2)

Sharing your faith can be difficult - passionate discussions can sometimes lead to angry words or hurt feelings. But, is this the way we should share the Gospel? Join us as we look at some specific tactics in sharing our faith so that you can present the truth in a loving, winsome way.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness (Part 1)

Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness (Part 1)

Sharing your faith can be difficult - passionate discussions can sometimes lead to angry words or hurt feelings. But, is this the way we should share the Gospel? Join us as we look at some specific tactics in sharing our faith so that you can present the truth in a loving, winsome way.

Part 1 of 4

Saturday, November 05, 2011

Understanding Intelligent Design (Part 4)

Understanding Intelligent Design (Part 4)

Intelligent design has made the headlines over and over as a reasonable explanation for the diversity of life, but has been derided by the proponents of evolution as pseudo-science. What is intelligent design and does it really qualify as a scientific explanation? In this class, we'll look at the arguments and see why ID makes the most sense.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Understanding Intelligent Design (Part 3)

Understanding Intelligent Design (Part 3)

Intelligent design has made the headlines over and over as a reasonable explanation for the diversity of life, but has been derided by the proponents of evolution as pseudo-science. What is intelligent design and does it really qualify as a scientific explanation? In this class, we'll look at the arguments and see why ID makes the most sense.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Understanding Intelligent Design (Part 2)

Understanding Intelligent Design (Part 2)

Intelligent design has made the headlines over and over as a reasonable explanation for the diversity of life, but has been derided by the proponents of evolution as pseudo-science. What is intelligent design and does it really qualify as a scientific explanation? In this class, we'll look at the arguments and see why ID makes the most sense.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Understanding Intelligent Design (Part 1)

Understanding Intelligent Design (Part 1)

Intelligent design has made the headlines over and over as a reasonable explanation for the diversity of life, but has been derided by the proponents of evolution as pseudo-science. What is intelligent design and does it really qualify as a scientific explanation? In this class, we'll look at the arguments and see why ID makes the most sense.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, October 09, 2011

Interview with an ex-Muslim (Part 4)

Interview with an ex-Muslim (Part 4)

Most Christians don’t realize that the Qur'an talks about Jesus and holds Him in high regard. But what are the differences? And what can we learn from Muslims who have already converted to Christianity? In this special podcast, Lenny interviews a woman who converted to Christianity from Islam, highlighting the hope that Jesus offers in witnessing to Muslim friends and family.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, October 02, 2011

Interview with an ex-Muslim (Part 3)

Interview with an ex-Muslim (Part 3)

Most Christians don’t realize that the Qur'an talks about Jesus and holds Him in high regard. But what are the differences? And what can we learn from Muslims who have already converted to Christianity? In this special podcast, Lenny interviews a woman who converted to Christianity from Islam, highlighting the hope that Jesus offers in witnessing to Muslim friends and family.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Interview with an ex-Muslim (Part 2)

Interview with an ex-Muslim (Part 2)

Most Christians don’t realize that the Qur'an talks about Jesus and holds Him in high regard. But what are the differences? And what can we learn from Muslims who have already converted to Christianity? In this special podcast, Lenny interviews a woman who converted to Christianity from Islam, highlighting the hope that Jesus offers in witnessing to Muslim friends and family.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Interview with an ex-Muslim (Part 1)

Interview with an ex-Muslim (Part 1)

Most Christians don’t realize that the Qur'an talks about Jesus and holds Him in high regard. But what are the differences? And what can we learn from Muslims who have already converted to Christianity? In this special podcast, Lenny interviews a woman who converted to Christianity from Islam, highlighting the hope that Jesus offers in witnessing to Muslim friends and family.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Help! There's a Cultist at My Door! (Part 4)

Help! There's a Cultist at My Door! (Part 4)

Talking with Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses can be daunting. They can quote scripture and offer tough arguments. How should we approach people who hold these beliefs? In this class, Lenny will share some tips on how to best approach these groups and give you some practical guidelines to help in your witnessing efforts.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Help! There's a Cultist at My Door! (Part 3)

Help! There's a Cultist at My Door! (Part 3)

Talking with Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses can be daunting. They can quote scripture and offer tough arguments. How should we approach people who hold these beliefs? In this class, Lenny will share some tips on how to best approach these groups and give you some practical guidelines to help in your witnessing efforts.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Help! There's a Cultist at My Door! (Part 2)

Help! There's a Cultist at My Door! (Part 2)

Talking with Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses can be daunting. They can quote scripture and offer tough arguments. How should we approach people who hold these beliefs? In this class, Lenny will share some tips on how to best approach these groups and give you some practical guidelines to help in your witnessing efforts.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Help! There's a Cultist at My Door! (Part 1)

Help! There's a Cultist at My Door! (Part 1)

Talking with Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses can be daunting. They can quote scripture and offer tough arguments. How should we approach people who hold these beliefs? In this class, Lenny will share some tips on how to best approach these groups and give you some practical guidelines to help in your witnessing efforts.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Do All Roads Lead to God? Answering Religious Pluralism (Part 4)

Do All Roads Lead to God? Answering Religious Pluralism (Part 4)

Today, tolerance is upheld as the highest ideal and the idea that only one faith could be right is considered mean-spirited, bigoted, or worse. Charges such as "all beliefs are equal" and "religion is only a personal thing" permeate religious discussion. How should we answer? In this session, we will tackle the idea of religious pluralism head on and show why it's an unsustainable position.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, August 07, 2011

Do All Roads Lead to God? Answering Religious Pluralism (Part 3)

Do All Roads Lead to God? Answering Religious Pluralism (Part 3)

Today, tolerance is upheld as the highest ideal and the idea that only one faith could be right is considered mean-spirited, bigoted, or worse. Charges such as "all beliefs are equal" and "religion is only a personal thing" permeate religious discussion. How should we answer? In this session, we will tackle the idea of religious pluralism head on and show why it's an unsustainable position.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Do All Roads Lead to God? Answering Religious Pluralism (Part 2)

Do All Roads Lead to God? Answering Religious Pluralism (Part 2)

Today, tolerance is upheld as the highest ideal and the idea that only one faith could be right is considered mean-spirited, bigoted, or worse. Charges such as "all beliefs are equal" and "religion is only a personal thing" permeate religious discussion. How should we answer? In this session, we will tackle the idea of religious pluralism head on and show why it's an unsustainable position.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Do All Roads Lead to God? Answering Religious Pluralism (Part 1)

Do All Roads Lead to God? Answering Religious Pluralism (Part 1)

Today, tolerance is upheld as the highest ideal and the idea that only one faith could be right is considered mean-spirited, bigoted, or worse. Charges such as "all beliefs are equal" and "religion is only a personal thing" permeate religious discussion. How should we answer? In this session, we will tackle the idea of religious pluralism head on and show why it's an unsustainable position.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, July 17, 2011

The Case Against Homosexual Marriage (Part 4)

The Case Against Homosexual Marriage (Part 4)
New York just became the sixth – and arguably the biggest – state to legalize homosexual marriage. While presented as a victory against discrimination by the press, this decision isn’t one of equality but a dangerous threat to the well-being of our society. How can Christians properly present their views to nonbelievers without being viewed as "bigoted"? Here's how to winsomely argue for traditional marriage.
Part 4 of 4

Sunday, July 10, 2011

The Case Against Homosexual Marriage (Part 3)

The Case Against Homosexual Marriage (Part 3)
New York just became the sixth – and arguably the biggest – state to legalize homosexual marriage. While presented as a victory against discrimination by the press, this decision isn’t one of equality but a dangerous threat to the well-being of our society. How can Christians properly present their views to nonbelievers without being viewed as "bigoted"? Here's how to winsomely argue for traditional marriage.
Part 3 of 4

Sunday, July 03, 2011

The Case Against Homosexual Marriage (Part 2)

The Case Against Homosexual Marriage (Part 2)
New York just became the sixth – and arguably the biggest – state to legalize homosexual marriage. While presented as a victory against discrimination by the press, this decision isn’t one of equality but a dangerous threat to the well-being of our society. How can Christians properly present their views to nonbelievers without being viewed as "bigoted"? Here's how to winsomely argue for traditional marriage.
Part 2 of 4

Sunday, June 26, 2011

The Case Against Homosexual Marriage (Part 1)

The Case Against Homosexual Marriage (Part 1)
New York just became the sixth – and arguably the biggest – state to legalize homosexual marriage. While presented as a victory against discrimination by the press, this decision isn’t one of equality but a dangerous threat to the well-being of our society. How can Christians properly present their views to nonbelievers without being viewed as "bigoted"? Here's how to winsomely argue for traditional marriage.
Part 1 of 4

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Who Chose What to Include in the Bible? (Part 4)

Who Chose What to Include in the Bible? (Part 4)
Today, we hear a lot about the so-called "lost books" of the Bible. The charge is made that somehow the church hand-selected only those documents that would keep them in power and other equally valid texts were ignored. Is this true? Here, Lenny looks at the real meaning of inspiration and why we can trust the Bible.
Part 4 of 4

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Who Chose What to Include in the Bible? (Part 3)

Who Chose What to Include in the Bible? (Part 3)
Today, we hear a lot about the so-called "lost books" of the Bible. The charge is made that somehow the church hand-selected only those documents that would keep them in power and other equally valid texts were ignored. Is this true? Here, Lenny looks at the real meaning of inspiration and why we can trust the Bible.
Part 3 of 4

Sunday, June 05, 2011

Who Chose What to Include in the Bible? (Part 2)

Who Chose What to Include in the Bible? (Part 2)
Today, we hear a lot about the so-called "lost books" of the Bible. The charge is made that somehow the church hand-selected only those documents that would keep them in power and other equally valid texts were ignored. Is this true? Here, Lenny looks at the real meaning of inspiration and why we can trust the Bible.
Part 2 of 4

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Who Chose What to Include in the Bible? (Part 1)

Who Chose What to Include in the Bible? (Part 1)
Today, we hear a lot about the so-called "lost books" of the Bible. The charge is made that somehow the church hand-selected only those documents that would keep them in power and other equally valid texts were ignored. Is this true? Here, Lenny looks at the real meaning of inspiration and why we can trust the Bible.
Part 1 of 4

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Dare to Defend Grass Valley Q&A (Part 3)

Dare to Defend Grass Valley Q&A (Part 3)

Lenny is joined by Dr. J.P. Moreland and Dr. Craig Hazen to answer questions from the audience at a recent Come Reason Dare to Defend conference. This session’s topics include apocryphal books, dealing with disagreements on non-core beliefs, and expectations when sharing the Gospel. (Part 3 of 3)

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Dare to Defend Grass Valley Q&A (Part 2)

Dare to Defend Grass Valley Q&A (Part 2)

Lenny is joined by Dr. J.P. Moreland and Dr. Craig Hazen to answer questions from the audience at a recent Come Reason Dare to Defend conference. This session’s topics include the Big Bang Theory, right to life and the role of government, and ancient writings refuting the Resurrection. (Part 2 of 3)

Sunday, May 08, 2011

Dare to Defend Grass Valley Q&A (Part 1)

Dare to Defend Grass Valley Q&A (Part 1)

Lenny is joined by Dr. J.P. Moreland and Dr. Craig Hazen to answer questions from the audience at a recent Come Reason Dare to Defend conference. This session’s topics include evolution, irreducible complexity, the Big Bang theory, and more.

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Tough Questions of a Skeptic

Tough Questions of a Skeptic

In this hands-on lesson in defending the faith, apologist Brett Kunkle poses as an atheist and offers hard questions to a group of Christians. Listen in to our interactive discussion and see how well you could defend your faith.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Looking at Eastern Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism (Part 4)

Looking at Eastern Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism (Part 4)
Eastern religions hold an aura of mystery and enchantment. Is there some ancient wisdom we in the West have missed or are these teaching flawed on the most basic level? In this session, Lenny will review the basic tenets of some Eastern religious beliefs and show why they fail to be coherent compared to the truth of Christianity.
Part 4 of 4

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Looking at Eastern Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism (Part 3)

Looking at Eastern Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism (Part 3)
Eastern religions hold an aura of mystery and enchantment. Is there some ancient wisdom we in the West have missed or are these teaching flawed on the most basic level? In this session, Lenny will review the basic tenets of some Eastern religious beliefs and show why they fail to be coherent compared to the truth of Christianity.
Part 3 of 4

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Looking at Eastern Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism (Part 2)

Looking at Eastern Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism (Part 2)
Eastern religions hold an aura of mystery and enchantment. Is there some ancient wisdom we in the West have missed or are these teaching flawed on the most basic level? In this session, Lenny will review the basic tenets of some Eastern religious beliefs and show why they fail to be coherent compared to the truth of Christianity.
Part 2 of 4

Sunday, April 03, 2011

Looking at Eastern Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism (Part 1)

Looking at Eastern Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism (Part 1)
Eastern religions hold an aura of mystery and enchantment. Is there some ancient wisdom we in the West have missed or are these teaching flawed on the most basic level? In this session, Lenny will review the basic tenets of some Eastern religious beliefs and show why they fail to be coherent compared to the truth of Christianity.
Part 1 of 4

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Does Science Make Faith Obsolete? (Part 4)

Does Science Make Faith Obsolete? (Part 4)

Science is understood in today's world to be the only reliable source of truth. If there's a conflict between science and faith, most will assume that our beliefs are in error. Are science and faith contradictory? Do modern scientific discoveries prove Christian beliefs are outdated? Join us as we look at this issue.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Does Science Make Faith Obsolete? (Part 3)

Does Science Make Faith Obsolete? (Part 3)

Science is understood in today's world to be the only reliable source of truth. If there's a conflict between science and faith, most will assume that our beliefs are in error. Are science and faith contradictory? Do modern scientific discoveries prove Christian beliefs are outdated? Join us as we look at this issue.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Does Science Make Faith Obsolete? (Part 2)

Does Science Make Faith Obsolete? (Part 2)

Science is understood in today's world to be the only reliable source of truth. If there's a conflict between science and faith, most will assume that our beliefs are in error. Are science and faith contradictory? Do modern scientific discoveries prove Christian beliefs are outdated? Join us as we look at this issue.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, March 06, 2011

Does Science Make Faith Obsolete? (Part 1)

Does Science Make Faith Obsolete? (Part 1)

Science is understood in today's world to be the only reliable source of truth. If there's a conflict between science and faith, most will assume that our beliefs are in error. Are science and faith contradictory? Do modern scientific discoveries prove Christian beliefs are outdated? Join us as we look at this issue.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Dealing with Bible Contradictions (Part 4)

Dealing with Bible Contradictions (Part 4)
You hear the objection all the time: what about all the contradictions in the Bible? This month we will examine some of these so-called contradictions and learn how to answer them.
Part 4 of 4

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Dealing with Bible Contradictions (Part 3)

Dealing with Bible Contradictions (Part 3)
You hear the objection all the time: what about all the contradictions in the Bible? This month we will examine some of these so-called contradictions and learn how to answer them.
Part 3 of 4

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Dealing with Bible Contradictions (Part 2)

Dealing with Bible Contradictions (Part 2)
You hear the objection all the time: what about all the contradictions in the Bible? This month we will examine some of these so-called contradictions and learn how to answer them.
Part 2 of 4

Sunday, February 06, 2011

Dealing with Bible Contradictions (Part 1)

Dealing with Bible Contradictions (Part 1)
You hear the objection all the time: what about all the contradictions in the Bible? This month we will examine some of these so-called contradictions and learn how to answer them.
Part 1 of 4

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Why Evolution Doesn't Work (Part 4)

Why Evolution Doesn't Work (Part 4)

Richard Dawkins once wrote that evolution allows him to be an "intellectually fulfilled atheist." But does it? In this session, we'll explore where neo-Darwinian theory hits a brick wall and shows why more than ever there must be an intelligence behind life.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Why Evolution Doesn't Work (Part 3)

Why Evolution Doesn't Work (Part 3)

Richard Dawkins once wrote that evolution allows him to be an "intellectually fulfilled atheist." But does it? In this session, we'll explore where neo-Darwinian theory hits a brick wall and shows why more than ever there must be an intelligence behind life.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Why Evolution Doesn't Work (Part 2)

Why Evolution Doesn't Work (Part 2)

Richard Dawkins once wrote that evolution allows him to be an "intellectually fulfilled atheist." But does it? In this session, we'll explore where neo-Darwinian theory hits a brick wall and shows why more than ever there must be an intelligence behind life.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, January 09, 2011

Why Evolution Doesn't Work (Part 1)

Why Evolution Doesn't Work (Part 1)
Richard Dawkins once wrote that evolution allows him to be an "intellectually fulfilled atheist." But does it? In this session, we'll explore where neo-Darwinian theory hits a brick wall and shows why more than ever there must be an intelligence behind life.
Part 1 of 4

Sunday, January 02, 2011

Did Christianity Steal from Mystery Religions? (Part 4)

Did Christianity Steal from Mystery Religions? (Part 4)
Perhaps you've heard the charge - "There were many resurrected messiahs in ancient religions." "Christianity ripped off other faiths." Are these accusations true or are "mystery religions" just a bunch of smoke? Join us as we explore how Christianity is truly unique in history.
Part 4 of 4
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