In this lecture, Dr. Jeff Myers sketches the history and influence of Karl Marx, from The Communist Manifesto to Bernie Sanders, all the while contrasting Marx’s view with a Christian worldview.
Dr. Craig Hazen sits down for a conversation about apologetics, discussing the importance of a well-rounded education, the best books for beginners, tips and techniques for having apologetic conversations, and arguments to use when Mormon missionaries come to your house.
Dr. Al Mohler talks about his new book, We Cannot Be Silent, sharing how he believes Christians should response to homosexuality, transgenderism, and other moral challenges.
The conversation with Virginia Prodan continues this week, as she and Aaron discuss life under communism, America, and understanding God’s plan.
Virginia Prodan was a Christian lawyer fighting for religious liberty in Communist Romania. Don’t miss her incredible story — including how she lead the man sent to kill her to Christ — in this week’s podcast.
Glenn Stanton explains his take on the transgender controversy, addressing bathrooms, children, gender dysphoria, and more.
Ryan Dobson talks parenting, tips for beginning ministry, and building a platform of influence in this wide-ranging interview. Other topics include his favorite Family Talk interviews, counseling, and who he thinks will lead the next generation of culture-shaping Christian leaders.
Ryan Dobson shares the story of his recent decision to leave Family Talk, where he co-hosted with his father Dr. James Dobson, to spend more time with his family and pursue new ministry opportunities. Ryan and Aaron talk through the decision making process, and explore what Ryan has learned through his season of transition.
Eric Smith shares practical advice for biblical decision making, explaining a process Christians can use to make major life decisions, like which college to attend, who to marry, and which career to pursue.
Jason Jimenez shares insights from his 15+ years of ministry experience, explaining the changes and shifts that he’s seen in youth ministry and ways that ministers, both young and old, can fight burnout and stay true.
J. Warner Wallace defines and explains the difference between objective and subjective truth.
Should Christians engage with culture? If so, how? John Stonestreet tackles those questions in this lecture recorded last summer at Summit’s California Student Conference.