The crux of it is that while they may admit there was a man named Jesus who taught some nice things, they are unwilling to believe he was in any way divine or miraculous.
This week’s quick challenge question was, “Atheists don’t need God to be moral. Any moral action you can do as a Christian, the atheist can do as well.” Handling this objection is a little bit different than most because it’s usually based on a misconception. One of the common arguments used by Christians for the Continue Reading
This week’s quick challenge question was: “You Can’t Trust The Bible Because It Was Written By Biased Christians”. All authors have a bias. The reason they are writing in the first place is to convince you of something. The question isn’t whether or not bias is present, it’s whether the information presented is accurate or not. If Continue Reading
This week’s quick challenge question was: You are an atheist when it comes to all other gods. We simply go one god further, and don’t believe in your God either.” This is another question that has great rhetorical flourish but is lacking in substance. Yes, we do not believe in other gods. But are all gods equal? This Continue Reading
In this episode, Drew and David discuss the underlying causes of the youth exodus from our Churches. 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 the side Continue Reading
TMC’s Top 5 Posts From 2018 2018 has been an exciting year for all of us at TMC! We launched the website and podcast in late October. Since then we have had over 8,000 visits to our site! With the year winding down, I thought I would recap TMC’s top 5 posts from 2018. 5. Was Jesus Just A Continue Reading
The challenge usually goes something like this. You Christians believe in the Bible, and that it’s the inerrant word of God. But you don’t even know where it came from. The Bible isn’t some divinely transmitted text to humanity. It’s just the book made when Emperor Constantine decided their religion needed a book. It only Continue Reading