The Tent Making Christianity Podcast #460: What Would Overturning Roe Vs. Wade Mean?

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, the team discusses what would happen if the Supreme Court overturned Roe Vs. Wade. 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 […]

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Abortion and the New Colonialism

Does Infant Baptism Conflict with the Age of Accountability?

Quick Challenge Answer: Is God the Greatest Abortionist?

In America alone, there are almost 3,000 abortions every single day. The numbers are hard to comprehend. However, those numbers are dwarfed by the number of unborn babies that die through natural causes. Is God responsible for those deaths since he could have prevented them?

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When Is It Time To Jump Off the Fence?

Are you the kind of person who wants to wait to commit until you’re absolutely 100% positive it’s the right position? There comes a point where enough is enough and a decision must be made. When does that time come?

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Confusion About Life and Death in Star Trek: Picard

The show delves into many big questions about the nature of life and what makes it valuable, but it gets rather muddled. Star Trek has always been willing to ask difficult questions and explore deep philosophical ideas.

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Should Men be Talking About Abortion?

Answering The Pro-Life Pro-Death Paradox

Along with being pro-capital punishment, many Christians also oppose abortion and identify as pro-life. Naturally, the question is raised, “How can you call yourself pro-life and yet support the killing of human beings? Isn’t that hypocritical?”

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What Can World War I Show Christians Today?

Abortion is Not a Political Issue

Where you stand on abortion really ought to come down to what you think human life is and what gives it value. But I would be willing to bet that a large percentage of people who have an opinion on the matter have never asked those questions.

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