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How can Christians be faithful in a negative world?

How can Christians be faithful in a negative world?

How can Christians be faithful in a negative world?

At one time, the Church in America lived in a positive world—a culture that was positive toward the Bible, respected clergy, and considered the Church to be a force for good in the world. But times have changed. We now live in a world that considers the Christian faith to be bigoted, misogynistic, even hateful. So, how can Christians and churches be faithful to Christ in this negative world?

Join Shaun LePage as he leads the Calvary Conversations team—Drs. Joshua Paxton, Tim Hange and Mike Dodds, in a discussion about this world-changing shift and how Christians and churches need to think, speak and act in order to thrive.

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Link to article discussed in this episode: “The Three Worlds of Evangelicalism.”

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How should Christians react to cultural changes?

How should Christians react to cultural changes?

How should Christians react to cultural changes?

Since the 1960’s, Americans have seen numerous social norms change or disappear. What is the impact of this? Does it mean freedom from outdated ideas or does it create new problems? Surely some norms need to change, but aren’t some good? And how do we figure out which social norms should not be changed?

Join Calvary University’s Dr. Mike Dodds as he leads the Calvary Conversations team in a discussion about the pros and cons of changing societal norms.

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What are the pitfalls of gaming?

What are the pitfalls of gaming?

What are the pitfalls of gaming?

Throughout history, people have played games. But today’s “gaming” options are more abundant than any other time in history. This raises questions for many: Are there pitfalls to some games, but not others? Are there “fake” pitfalls to gaming? What about balance of time, community and cost? Should Christians participate in role-playing games?

Join the two coolest Calvary Conversations’ hosts, Drs. Timothy Hange and Joshua Paxton, as they explore and wrestle with these difficult, but very relevant, questions.

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Should Christians go to college?

Should Christians go to college?

Should Christians go to college?

For a Christian young person graduating from high school, should a Christian college be the obvious next step? Should Christians go to non-Christian universities—is that ever a good idea? How does the rising cost of college factor into this question?

Join Calvary’s Timothy Hange and the Calvary Conversation’s team for a conversation on this important and practical question.

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Are YOU being seduced by unbiblical ideas?

Are YOU being seduced by unbiblical ideas?

Are YOU being seduced by unbiblical ideas?

What are the most seductive ideas being embraced by Americans? This question was recently explored by the Arizona Christian University’s Christian Research Center. They then released The American Worldview Inventory 2023: A National Survey of Biblical and Competing Worldviews and The Top 10 Most Prevalent Seductive Unbiblical Ideas That Are Embraced by Americans Today. Some of these ideas may seem obviously unbiblical, but the reality is that Christians are tempted by these ideas too. Some of them sound good at first, and how they contradict the Bible is not immediately clear to all.

Join Calvary University’s Dr. Mike Dodds as he leads the Calvary Conversations team in exploring how we should respond to people who hold these unbiblical ideas, and how Christians can help each other to avoid being “seduced.”

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What if an archeologist found the bones of Jesus?

What if an archeologist found the bones of Jesus?

What if an archeologist found the bones of Jesus?

According to the recent Ligonier “State of Theology” study 10% of those who self-identify as “evangelical” disagree with the statement: “Biblical accounts of the physical (bodily) resurrection of Jesus are completely accurate. This event actually occurred.”

Does it matter whether the resurrection was literal and physical? And, if it really happened, why does it matter? Join the Calvary Conversations team as they explore the significance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

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