The last few weeks have seen a number of developments regarding same-sex marriage. Stephen discusses both the legal and moral aspects of Hollingsworth v. Perry.
This week marks the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. Stephen lays out the historical validity of what his book, Lincoln’s Battle With God, says about Lincoln’s last words.
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Stephen describes the unique historical significance of the “Church of the Presidents” in Washington, D.C.
Stephen examines the problems behind the Universalism taught in Rob Bell’s book “Love Wins.”
This episode was originally released on March 26, 2011. In light of the recent article by Kalefa Sanneh in New Yorker magazine, we thought we’d share it again. You can read Sanneh’s “The Hell Raiser” at www.newyorker.com/reporting/2012/11/26/121126fa_fact_sanneh
Stephen discusses an important phrase Romney used in the final presidential debate.
Stephen discusses his upcoming book, Lincoln’s Battle With God, and tells us why it’s one of his favorites.
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Stephen contends that the need has never been greater for conversation, education and investigation regarding today’s world religions—including our own.
Stephen describes the history of an ancient branch of Christianity that still remains relevant today.
Stephen talks about Vanderbilt University’s recently instituted “all-comers policy.”
Stephen answers reader-submitted questions about Mormonism, Mitt Romney, Obama’s “war on religion,” and more.
Stephen describes four religious forces shaping our times.
Stephen revisits “Christianity: The Third Way” and answers questions submitted by listeners in this edition of Backtalk.
Stephen revisits “Is Mormonism a Cult?” and answers questions submitted by listeners in this edition of Backtalk.
Stephen proposes Christianity as an alternative to both liberalism and conservatism by analyzing the relationships between Biblical truth, politics and attitudes towards the poor.