The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #392: Person Of Interest With J. Warner Wallace

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, J. Warner Wallace joins us to discuss his new book “Person of Interest: Why Jesus Still Matters In A World That Rejects The Bible”. Listen to our Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher. Look for new episodes every Tuesday. Don’t see your podcast […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: Are Tattoos Sinful?

Leviticus 19:28 says “‘Do not cut your bodies for the dead or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I am the Lord.” Is this a straightforward condemnation of tattoos? Are tattoos sinful and something Christians must avoid?

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The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast #391: Are Tattoos Sinful?

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast, the team discusses whether or not tattoos are sinful. Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher.  New episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them to our distribution list.  You can also listen […]

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The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #390: Does Jesus Meet Our Expectations?

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, the team discusses the expectations humans have of God, and whether or not Jesus meets those expectations. 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. […]

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The Solas Part 2: Defending Sola Gratia

In a sense, sola gratia is a step behind sola fide. Yes, you are saved only by faith and not your works, but where did that faith come from? Are we expected to discover or develop it ourselves? This was significant in the protestant reformation for much the same reason as sola fide. Reformers like Martin Luther argued that scripture is clear. Our salvation does not come by works, and no pope or indulgence will change that. It is only by the grace of God and his gift of faith that we can be saved.

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Quick Challenge Answer: Why Didn’t God Create A World Without Suffering?

Why didn’t God create a world without suffering?  Perhaps one of the greatest challenges to God and Christianity is the problem of evil.  While we touched on this subject in other articles and podcasts, some people still find this argument against God powerful.   We tend to look at problems through human eyes.  And in doing so, we miss […]

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The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast #389: Why Didn’t God Create A World Without Suffering?

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast, the team answers the challenge “Why didn’t God make a world without suffering?”. Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher.  New episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them to our distribution list. […]

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The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #388: Christian Homeschooling

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, the team discusses their experience with homeschooling, and whether it might be right for you. 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 […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: Does God Change His Mind?

Does God change his mind?  There are several passages, especially in the Old Testament, in which God appears to change his mind.  God says He’s going to destroy Nineveh and then does not.  God regrets creating humanity and wipes out everyone except for one family.  And finally, God relents from His anger at the Israelites and does not destroy […]

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Quick Answers: How Can You Believe in Something You Can’t See?

It’s an age-old challenge to Christianity. We’re all just irrational people who believe in imaginary beings we can’t see, touch, hear, or scientifically test. Where is the evidence? It’s an oldie, but how can you believe in something you can’t see?

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