The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast: the Bible Was Written By Illiterate Stone Age Peasants.

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Quick Challenge Question Podcast, Drew answers the objection that the Bible was written by illiterate Stone Age peasants. Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Musicor Stitcher.  New Episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them Continue Reading

Gandhi In Hell?

Is Gandhi In Hell? It’s been a while since I took a reader’s email to answer.  I found this challenge particularly interesting and wanted to share it with you.  I received permission to share the story provided I kept the sender anonymous.  The Dinner Conversation “I was with some people the other night and the topic of Continue Reading

The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #134: Drew And David Interview Ryan Pauly From Coffeehouse Questions Pt. 1

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, Drew and David interview Ryan Pauly from Coffeehouse Questions. Listen to our Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher.  Look for new Episodes every Tuesday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them to our distribution list.  You can also listen directly from Continue Reading

Does God’s Omniscience Eliminate Free Will?

Does God’s Omniscience Eliminate Free Will? I hear this challenge often.  How can Christians claim that they have free will if God already knows the outcome of the events?  Wouldn’t this make the events pre-determined, and therefore out of our control?  Is God just a Divine puppet master? And if we are not in making free will decisions, Continue Reading

Lessons from Bojack Horseman: Looking for Happiness in All the Wrong Places

This particular horse is a washed-up actor living in LA, whose story is used as an outlet for comedy, drama, and social commentary. The show does not present a Christian worldview, but there are a number of things that Christians should take note of. What are the lessons from Bojack Horseman?

Quick Challenge Answer: Is The Transmission Of the Bible Like A Game Of Telephone?

Is The Transmission Of The Bible Like A Game Of Telephone?  I’m often challenged with this assertion when talking to skeptics.  The idea is that since the Bible was transmitted orally, it is just as unreliable as any other information relayed in the same way. If you’re not familiar with the game of telephone, this is how Continue Reading

The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast #220, Is the Bible Transmission Like A Game Of Telephone?

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast, Drew and David discuss the challenge “Is the Bible Transmission Like A Game Of Telephone?” Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Musicor Stitcher.  New Episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them to Continue Reading

What Jury Duty Teaches Us About Evidence

Jury duty taught me an important lesson about evidence recently. If you’ve been following me on social media, you know I have been serving on a jury for the better part of the last two weeks.   I have heard some horror stories about serving on a jury.  My experience was just the opposite.  I met some truly Continue Reading

The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #133: The College Message Board Part 2

The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #133: The College Message Board Part 2. In this episode of the Tent Making Christianity Podcast, Drew and David discuss a response left on a college message board. Part 2 of 2. Listen to our Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Musicor Stitcher.  Look for new Episodes every Tuesday. Don’t see your podcast Continue Reading

Challenges Facing Young Christians

The Solution: Questions and Answers Last time I went over one of the major problems facing Christian students heading for college.  If you’re now thinking, “College can change my views, practically brainwashing me out of Christianity, and I won’t even know it? What am I supposed to do, just never go to college?” Thankfully, it’s Continue Reading