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Welcome to Come Let Us Reason Together, the podcast from Lenny Esposito and Come Reason Ministries. Here, we dig deeply into ways Christianity shows itself as an intelligent and rational faith. Episodes include topics about faith, ethics, worldview, and philosophy from a distinctly Christian perspective. Join us each week and see just how rational faith can be!

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Sunday, January 23, 2022

Archaeology: Where Science and Faith Meet (Part 3)

Archaeology: Where Science and Faith Meet (Part 3)

The Bible is unique among sacred texts in that it is set against a historical backdrop. Do recent archaeological discoveries validate or discredit the Biblical accounts? In this week's podcast, Lenny explore the relationship between the Bible and archaeology.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 3 of 3

Sunday, January 16, 2022

Archaeology: Where Science and Faith Meet (Part 2)

Archaeology: Where Science and Faith Meet (Part 2)

The Bible is unique among sacred texts in that it is set against a historical backdrop. Do recent archaeological discoveries validate or discredit the Biblical accounts? In this week's podcast, Lenny explore the relationship between the Bible and archaeology.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 2 of 3

Sunday, January 09, 2022

Archaeology: Where Science and Faith Meet (Part 1)

Archaeology: Where Science and Faith Meet (Part 1)

The Bible is unique among sacred texts in that it is set against a historical backdrop. Do recent archaeological discoveries validate or discredit the Biblical accounts? In this week's podcast, Lenny explore the relationship between the Bible and archaeology.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 1 of 3

Sunday, January 02, 2022

The LICE Problem for Evolutionists (Part 2)

The LICE Problem for Evolutionists (Part 2)

Evolution. Most high schools and colleges teach it today as unquestioned fact. However, new evidence has emerged that cast serious doubt on modern views of the theory. In this podcast, Lenny offers a cunulative case argument against the modern evolutionary synthesis and show why it is reasonable to believe that man is intelligently designed, a product of special creation.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 2 of 2

Sunday, December 26, 2021

The LICE Problem for Evolutionists (Part 1)

The LICE Problem for Evolutionists (Part 1)

Evolution. Most high schools and colleges teach it today as unquestioned fact. However, new evidence has emerged that cast serious doubt on modern views of the theory. In this podcast, Lenny offers a cunulative case argument against the modern evolutionary synthesis and show why it is reasonable to believe that man is intelligently designed, a product of special creation.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 1 of 2

Sunday, December 19, 2021

Understanding the Evolution Debate (Part 4)

Understanding the Evolution Debate (Part 4)

Ever since Charles Darwin offered his Origin of Species in 1859, evolution has proven to be one of the more contentious issues in the science and faith discussion. In this set of talks, Lenny explains what the nature of the debate over evolution entails, the three main competing ideas on the origin and diversity of life, and a few of the problems of modern evolutionary theory.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 4 of 4

Sunday, December 12, 2021

Understanding the Evolution Debate (Part 3)

Understanding the Evolution Debate (Part 3)

Ever since Charles Darwin offered his Origin of Species in 1859, evolution has proven to be one of the more contentious issues in the science and faith discussion. In this set of talks, Lenny explains what the nature of the debate over evolution entails, the three main competing ideas on the origin and diversity of life, and a few of the problems of modern evolutionary theory.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 3 of 4

Sunday, December 05, 2021

Understanding the Evolution Debate (Part 2)

Understanding the Evolution Debate (Part 2)

Ever since Charles Darwin offered his Origin of Species in 1859, evolution has proven to be one of the more contentious issues in the science and faith discussion. In this set of talks, Lenny explains what the nature of the debate over evolution entails, the three main competing ideas on the origin and diversity of life, and a few of the problems of modern evolutionary theory.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 2 of 4

Sunday, November 28, 2021

Understanding the Evolution Debate (Part 1)

Understanding the Evolution Debate (Part 1)

Ever since Charles Darwin offered his Origin of Species in 1859, evolution has proven to be one of the more contentious issues in the science and faith discussion. In this set of talks, Lenny explains what the nature of the debate over evolution entails, the three main competing ideas on the origin and diversity of life, and a few of the problems of modern evolutionary theory.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 1 of 4

Sunday, November 21, 2021

Science and Evidence for God: A Finely Tuned Universe (Part 2)

Science and Evidence for God: A Finely Tuned Universe (Part 2)

Atheists and others have argued that as scientific knowledge increases, our belief on God will seem more and more silly. They say we simply believe in a "God of the gaps." However, one of the startling results of the modern scientific enterprise is just the reverse: the more we understand our universe, the more we need God as creator to explain it.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 2 of 2

Sunday, November 14, 2021

Science and Evidence for God: A Finely Tuned Universe (Part 1)

Science and Evidence for God: A Finely Tuned Universe (Part 1)

Atheists and others have argued that as scientific knowledge increases, our belief on God will seem more and more silly. They say we simply believe in a "God of the gaps." However, one of the startling results of the modern scientific enterprise is just the reverse: the more we understand our universe, the more we need God as creator to explain it.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 1 of 2

Sunday, November 07, 2021

Science and the Evidence for God: Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing? (Part 2)

Science and the Evidence for God: Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing? (Part 2)

Atheists and others have argued that as scientific knowledge increases, our belif ion God will seem more and more silly. They say we simply believe in a "God of the gaps." However, one of the startling results of the modern scientific enterprise is just the reverse: the more we undersatnd our universe, the more we need God as creator to explain it.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 2 of 2

Sunday, October 31, 2021

Science and the Evidence for God: Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing? (Part 1)

Science and the Evidence for God: Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing? (Part 1)

Atheists and others have argued that as scientific knowledge increases, our belif ion God will seem more and more silly. They say we simply believe in a "God of the gaps." However, one of the startling results of the modern scientific enterprise is just the reverse: the more we undersatnd our universe, the more we need God as creator to explain it.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 1 of 2

Sunday, October 24, 2021

The Trouble with "Trusting the Science" (Part 3)

The Trouble with "Trusting the Science" (Part 3)

We've all heard the admonishment to "trust the science" in various situations. But is demanding faith in science while dismissing faith in religion truly rational? In this episode, Lenny Esposito tackles the distinctions between faith, belief, and knowledge and offers specific examples of where the tenets of the Christin faith not only proved more accurate than the invocation of science during the last century, but also proved to be more humane.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 3 of 3

Sunday, October 17, 2021

The Trouble with "Trusting the Science" (Part 2)

The Trouble with "Trusting the Science" (Part 2)

We've all heard the admonishment to "trust the science" in various situations. But is demanding faith in science while dismissing faith in religion truly rational? In this episode, Lenny Esposito tackles the distinctions between faith, belief, and knowledge and offers specific examples of where the tenets of the Christin faith not only proved more accurate than the invocation of science during the last century, but also proved to be more humane.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 2 of 3

Sunday, October 10, 2021

The Trouble with "Trusting the Science" (Part 1)

The Trouble with "Trusting the Science" (Part 1)

We've all heard the admonishment to "trust the science" in various situations. But is demanding faith in science while dismissing faith in religion truly rational? In this episode, Lenny Esposito tackles the distinctions between faith, belief, and knowledge and offers specific examples of where the tenets of the Christin faith not only proved more accurate than the invocation of science during the last century, but also proved to be more humane.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 1 of 3

Sunday, October 03, 2021

Separating Science from Scientism (Part 3)

Separating Science from Scientism (Part 3)

Atheist Richard Dawkins claims that "scientists get to work and solve problems" while those of faith offer nothing to help advance humanity. Stephen Hawking says the universe doesn't need God; it can make itself. What these famous scientists have in common is a belief in scientism, not science. With all the talk of “trusting the science,” it becomes crucial to learn the difference between what is knowledge and what is a faith statement that eliminates all other forms of knowledge. Lenny shows you how to recognize scientism in our latest podcast.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 3 of 3

Sunday, September 26, 2021

Separating Science from Scientism (Part 2)

Separating Science from Scientism (Part 2)

Atheist Richard Dawkins claims that "scientists get to work and solve problems" while those of faith offer nothing to help advance humanity. Stephen Hawking says the universe doesn't need God; it can make itself. What these famous scientists have in common is a belief in scientism, not science. With all the talk of “trusting the science,” it becomes crucial to learn the difference between what is knowledge and what is a faith statement that eliminates all other forms of knowledge. Lenny shows you how to recognize scientism in our latest podcast.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 2 of 3

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Separating Science from Scientism (Part 1)

Separating Science from Scientism (Part 1)

Atheist Richard Dawkins claims that "scientists get to work and solve problems" while those of faith offer nothing to help advance humanity. Stephen Hawking says the universe doesn't need God; it can make itself. What these famous scientists have in common is a belief in scientism, not science. With all the talk of “trusting the science,” it becomes crucial to learn the difference between what is knowledge and what is a faith statement that eliminates all other forms of knowledge. Lenny shows you how to recognize scientism in our latest podcast.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 1 of 3

Sunday, September 12, 2021

The Origin and Nature of Western Science (Part 2)

The Origin and Nature of Western Science (Part 2)

There’s a popular trope that science is somehow antithetical to Christian belief. Not only is this not true, it is a well-established fact that without Christianity the modern practice of science wouldn’t exist. Indeed, it was Christian assumptions and motivations that birthed today’s modern scientific enterprise. Listen in as Lenny explores the intimate relationship between Christianity and science.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 2 of 2

Sunday, September 05, 2021

The Origin and Nature of Western Science (Part 1)

The Origin and Nature of Western Science (Part 1)

There’s a popular trope that science is somehow antithetical to Christian belief. Not only is this not true, it is a well-established fact that without Christianity the modern practice of science wouldn’t exist. Indeed, it was Christian assumptions and motivations that birthed today’s modern scientific enterprise. Listen in as Lenny explores the intimate relationship between Christianity and science.

This class is part of a full series of lectures entitled "Christianity and Science: Tackling the Issues of the 21st Century." To find out more, visit the comereason.org web site.

Part 1 of 2

Sunday, August 29, 2021

The End of Evil Through the Death of God (Part 2)

The End of Evil Through the Death of God (Part 2)

One of the most challenging questions Christians face is "Why Ddoes God allwow evil in this world?" Most of the time, the person vocingin that objection never talks about the most evil act in human history: putting the sinless Creator to deth on a cross. As Lenny concludes his four-part series on the resurrection, he examines how Christianity and the crucifixion specifically provide a solution to the problem of evil that all other worldviews lack and why through Jesus alone you can find comfort in times of suffering.

Part 2 of 2

Sunday, August 22, 2021

The End of Evil Through the Death of God (Part 1)

The End of Evil Through the Death of God (Part 1)

One of the most challenging questions Christians face is "Why Ddoes God allwow evil in this world?" Most of the time, the person vocingin that objection never talks about the most evil act in human history: putting the sinless Creator to deth on a cross. As Lenny concludes his four-part series on the resurrection, he examines how Christianity and the crucifixion specifically provide a solution to the problem of evil that all other worldviews lack and why through Jesus alone you can find comfort in times of suffering.

Part 1 of 2

Sunday, August 15, 2021

Double Vison: Seeing Jesus's Second Coming in the First (Part 2)

Double Vison: Seeing Jesus's Second Coming in the First (Part 2)

Christians have historically held that Jesus not only came to be our redeemer through his sacrifice, but he will also come again in glory to rule and reign in righteousness. While this was a mystery to the Old Testament prophets, it has been revealed to his church. In this talk, Lenny explores how the second coming of Jesus is foreshadowed even in the cricifixion account.

Part 2 of 2

Sunday, August 08, 2021

Double Vison: Seeing Jesus's Second Coming in the First (Part 1)

Double Vison: Seeing Jesus's Second Coming in the First (Part 1)

Christians have historically held that Jesus not only came to be our redeemer through his sacrifice, but he will also come again in glory to rule and reign in righteousness. While this was a mystery to the Old Testament prophets, it has been revealed to his church. In this talk, Lenny explores how the second coming of Jesus is foreshadowed even in the cricifixion account.

Part 1 of 2

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