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Jesse and Brittany discuss their August Patreon giveaway, the big news that former President Donald Trump’s home has been raided by the FBI and what we know up to this point, the FBI seizing Congressman Scott Perry’s phone, Donald Trump taking the fifth in response to the civil case in New York, the successes of... The post #820 – “Giveaway!, Donald Trump Raid, GOP on Defense, A$$hole of Today feat. Idaho Liberty Dogs, and Takin’ Care of Biz feat. Jennette McCurdy.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
Jesse and Brittany discuss their recent favorite shows, the good news that four officers have been charged in connection with Breonna Taylor’s death, the results of the Alex Jones trial and what is next for him, Donald Trump’s lawyers talking with the Justice Department about the January 6th criminal probe, Kari Lake’s win in Arizona... The post #819 – “Respect for Jesse, Breonna Taylor, Alex Jones’ Consequences, Threat of Trump-Candidates, Inflation Reduction Act, and A$$hole of Today feat. LaToya Cantrell.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
– also, climate change is a ‘total meltdown' More confusion regarding the collaboration between Roscosmos and NASA, Tantra is back on the menu and (on a not so skeptical note) today marks the release of the Beatles ‘Revolver' album. Pope Frankie finally went to Canada, which was a literal ‘feather in is cap‘. Then we have a look at the news: DENMARK: Russian oil and gas supply issues could drive green transition UK: Heatwave basically impossible without climate change INTERNATIONAL: Total climate meltdown cannot be stopped AUSTRIA: Austrian medical doctor and science communicator commits suicide after relentless bullying from anti-vaccine activists and conspiracy theorists A number of companies sells totally unnecessary blood tests to healthy people and for that the are Really Wrong. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; Pontus Pokes The Pope; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes;
In the opening take, Lee's ready to see if all the good work Brent Venables and Oklahoma has done over the last 8 months will lead to a special 2022 season. Then Grant joins as Lee asks for an apology after some "fake news" was spread last episode. Also, Grant recently watched a game from 2003 and we talk about how time starts to go by faster as you get older (6:25). Lee shares his biggest takeaways from OU Media Day. "Schmitty" seemed to be the star, even though he wasn't there. Does everybody have injuries, or does OU get injured more than everybody else? It was good to hear about some of the guys who've transformed their bodies this offseason (17:40). We take an early look at the first part of OU's schedule that intrigues Grant. Why is K-State's season win total only 6.5 and is Deuce Vaughn the second best RB in college football (39:30)? We pick up on our NIL discussion from the last episode talking bout collectives, money, and incentives for people who get involved with this. Grant brings up a great Todd Bates quote about recruiting (50:00). We play a couple of clips from college football podcasts from pundits who are down on OU in 2022. We begin with Chris "The Bear" Fallica from ESPN (1:02:05). Next we go to RJ Bell and AJ Hoffman from the "Dream Preview" betting podcast. They bring up an interesting dynamic about OU that we haven't talked much about, before embarrassing themselves. Grant explains at the end why he's so confident about OU after being skeptical when Riley left and Venables was hired (1:15:55). We go to the WoE Facebook page to answer questions about OU's impending move to the SEC. How long will it take for OU to get to the SEC Title? And we finish up talking about the SEC cities we're most looking forward to visiting (1:39:10). Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
Jesse and Brittany discuss their ongoing adventures in DC, listener emails and voicemails related to abortion questions, highlighting activism from Olivia Julianna, and the good news out of Kansas this morning, the results of the primary elections across the country with a focus on Arizona and Kansas, the decision from the Department of Justice to... The post #818 – “Standing Up, Olivia Julianna, Win in Kansas, DOJ Sues Idaho, and Alex Jones Bombshell.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
Skeptical about whether food really can be medicine? Listening to this episode just might change your mind. I'm chatting with Dr. Limor Goren, a molecular biologist and cancer researcher who is the founder of Kyoord olive oil, about the incredible healing benefits of olive oil. In addition to nerding out on the science behind its health-promoting properties, she'll also discuss the process used to create olive oil to get the most out of its therapeutic potential. Check out Kyoord on their Website WWW.KYOORD.COM and Social media @KYOORD Sign up for my newsletter for more health and wellness content, special deals, and more. Enjoy a free guide to flexible meal planning as a thank-you for signing up. (https://jessica-cording-nutrition.ck.page/ab225bdbfa)
The reality of heaven and hell is one that Jesus himself talked about. By looking at what he says about them in the Bible, we get the incredible perspective on what comes next and how we should feel about our place after we're done on this earth.Get a free download of Pastor Mike's book, "The Basics: God. You. Jesus. Faith." at https://timeofgrace.org/download-the-basics/Get your copy of the Tough Questions set: https://bit.ly/3Nn694T
– student writes bill for UK Parliament re climate change education This week we mention that Eurovision will be held in UK next year, that Steven Pinker makes clear that ESP is not real (but WE are!) and Annika clarifies how the police system is organised in Germany. No TWISH or Pope this week so we skip right into the news: UK: TikTok is fastest growing source of news for adults UKRAINE: Google to be banned in Donetsk and Luhansk GERMANY: Manual on climate communication published UK: Students write bill on climate change education The UK National Lottery gets the Really Wrong award for funding homeopathy. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes;
Jesse and Brittany discuss the recent lottery winner in Illinois and suggest a great cause they could support if they happened to be a listener, listener voicemails and emails related to sharing abortion and miscarriage stories in the media and why people do not support Handmaid’s Tale imagery in protests, the new deal on health and... The post #817 – “Predatory Lottery, Schumer-Manchin Deal, Assault Weapons Ban, A$$hole of Today feat. WV’s Chris Pritt, and Takin’ Care of Biz feat. WV’s Addison Gardner.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
On this week's episode of Beyond! The crew discusses all the new Grand Theft Auto 6 leaks(?). We also dive into whether or not we'll actually ever see the now on-hold KotoR remake. Oh, and Dornbush is gone, which means there are no rules! We just want to say sorry in advance… Also, we got some new details on the hotly anticipated PS VR2, and we got a chance to interview the developers for everyone's new favorite cat game: Stray.
Jesse and Brittany discuss their continued adjustments to life in DC, listener emails and voicemails related to the reversal of Roe v. Wade and the subsequent consequences on contraception, the latest from the January 6th committee investigation, Biden’s direct challenge to Donald Trump regarding the insurrection, the continued dueling rallies and speeches between Donald Trump and... The post #816 – “Real City Folk, Justice Department Turns to Trump, Preview of GOP 2024, A$$hole of Today feat. Glenn Thompson, and Takin’ Care of Biz feat. Sandy Hook Families.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
How do we reconcile the tension of science and religion? What are we supposed to do when we feel like we need to walk away from Jesus for the sake of hard evidence? Pastor Mike gives us five compelling ideas to remind us that, according to the Bible, we don't need to choose between head and heart.Get a free download of Pastor Mike's book, "The Basics: God. You. Jesus. Faith." at https://timeofgrace.org/download-the-basics/Get your copy of the Tough Questions set: https://bit.ly/3Nn694TOrder your copy of Pastor Mike's new book, What's Big Starts Small on Amazon! https://amzn.to/3NUW3ZX
Jesse and Brittany discuss Joe Biden’s positive COVID test, a listener email filled with praise for Jesse, an Indiana doctor’s decision to sue the Indiana attorney general for defamation, Joe Manchin’s statement regarding inflation and his standing in the way of passing meaningful legislation, the House voting to codify the right to contraception and same-sex... The post #815 – “Missed Opportunity, Joe Manchin Cares Too Much, January 6th Finale For Now, and Fox & Friends’ Endless Dumbness.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
– with special guests Alice and Marsh This week we have celebrity company in the form of Alice Howarth and Michael “Marsh” Marshall of Skeptics with a K fame! Before they tell all about QED in October, we chat a bit about the LHC firing up again, EU law suits against Hungary, homeopathy against the heath wave and the brand new interview with Claire Klingenberg on Skeptical Inquirer conducted by Annika. In TWISH we here about Sir Richard Owen and his role in in founding the Natural History Museum in London. Pope Frankie is going to Canada next week to make his apologies, but we suggest he bring a big bag of money as well. Then it's time for the news: INTERNATIONAL: Record child vaccinations setback, due to covid INTERNATIONAL: Stronger democracies have seen fewer excess deaths SWEDEN: Anti-vaxxer site publishes names of 800 covid-vaccinated children GERMANY: The ‘Europol ploy' that scammed thousands of Germans UK: Tory leadership contestant supporter of homeopathy SPACE: More info on space collaboration between Russia and the US Some geniuses in Switzerland called “Safe Blood” have started a campaign for people that want access to “unvaccinated blood” and for that they are Really Wrong. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; Interview; TWISH; Pontus Pokes The Pope; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes;
Producer Pat switches up the usual programming for a little dive into some interesting events this July that do and don't relate to spooky stuff, including but not limited to CERN being turned on, The strange circumstances of the Georgia Guide Stones, and the NASA released images coming from the James Webb Telescope.
In this episode, I spoke with Pierce Salguero, Ph.D., about his new book Buddhish: A Guide to the 20 Most Important Buddhist Ideas for the Curious and Skeptical, published this year by Beacon Press. Pierce is a Professor of Asian History and Religious Studies at Pennsylvania State University, and is Editor-in-Chief of Asian Medicine: Journal of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine. Pierce received his PhD in the History of Medicine at at John Hopkins School of Medicine, his Masters of East Asian Studies at the University of Virginia. He is a transdisciplinary scholar who is fascinated by historical and contemporary intersections between Buddhism, medicine, and cross-cultural exchange. He is a prolific scholar and has a fascinating background that includes a former career as a practitioner of Traditional Thai Medicine, along with having been a monastic for a few years in the Thai Buddhist Forest tradition. We had a fascinating discussion about his new book Buddhish – and how approaches this topic in ways that offer newcomers – both those curious and the skeptics – a way to get tour-bus ride of the vast terrain of Buddhist philosophical ideas and practices across various schools and traditions. I enjoyed my conversation with Pierce and I think you will as well.
Jesse and Brittany discuss a recent close encounter with danger, listener emails and voicemails related to the organization of the anti-choice movement in Kansas, gun rights, and how to respond to relatives who don’t recognize political reality, the recent report on the police failures in Uvalde, Idaho’s Republican Party Platform, the popularity of the right-wing... The post #814 – “Silence-of-the-Lambed, Idaho’s Republican Party Platform, Joe Manchin’s Interference & Joe Biden’s Plan for Climate.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
Hypocrites are everywhere, pretending to be one thing when they're really something else. What do we do when we meet one or—worse yet—when we have BEEN one? In this message, we examine our own identity and see who we are as seen through the eyes of Jesus. Get a free download of Pastor Mike's book, "The Basics: God. You. Jesus. Faith." at https://timeofgrace.org/download-the-basics/Get your copy of the Tough Questions set: https://bit.ly/3Nn694TOrder your copy of Pastor Mike's new book, What's Big Starts Small on Amazon! https://amzn.to/3NUW3ZX
Jesse and Brittany discuss their recent substantial technical difficulties and the limits of the knowledge on fixing computers, listener emails, and voicemails related to a correction on a previous comment Brittany made on the show and commentary on a recent discussion regarding gun rights, the most recent January 6th Committee Hearing and the reveal that... The post #813 – Technical Difficulties, Secret Service Deleted Texts, Republican Effort to LIE About Child Rape Victim, and Takin’ Care of Biz featuring Vasectomies! appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
– propaganda is for petty dictators This week we celebrate the news of the return of QED Skepticamp, courtesy the lovely SITP online team. Space is fascinating as demonstrated by the new images from the James Webb telescope. In TWISH we also talk about space and the Apollo – Soyuz Test Project, which launched this week 47 years ago. It made us think that space was out-of-bounds for politics (ah, we were naïve…). Pope Frankie cannot help hinting that he may resign some day while still being busier than ever. Then we take a look at the news: GERMANY: Freilerner group are opening illegal schools SWEDEN / INTERNATIONAL: Conversion therapy promoted by religious global network SPAIN: Research shows that gender identity is not something that you choose UK: Nature's true value is overlooked UK: Recycling plastic doesn't work UK: BMJ article issues Vitamin D overdose warning Germanic New Medicine is both pseudoscientific and antisemitic and for that its practitioners get the week's Really Wrong Award. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; TWISH; Pontus Pokes The Pope; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes;
Hello there, Cycle Breakers! We've got a brand-new episode for you today, featuring a fellow member of the HIC community. You'll meet Stacey and get to hear about how her relationship with her parents blossomed into something beautiful. Her parents went from being defensive to being open-minded and learning healthier ways to communicate with Stacey and her 2 young daughters. Now, their generational bond is stronger than ever as they work together to heal old wounds and make new memories. FYI, the link to register for Rachael's next FREE masterclass on Friday, July 15th at 7pm EST, can be found below. Remember, you're welcome to join our private Facebook community if you've ever purchased any of our HIC products. Lastly, please consider following our podcast and leaving a review if you got any value from today's episode. We enjoy reading your comments! The 3 C's to Make Gentle Parenting Work Without Being Permissive, Friday, July 15 @ 7pm EST HIC Cycle Breakers Private Facebook Group
Recently, the "Biggest Jesus Campaign Ever" was launched. Titled "He Gets Us", this carefully crafted marketing campaign is designed to "reintroduce Jesus to those who desperately need him". The campaign is backed by $100 million dollars—donated by a small group of wealthy anonymous families. Sounds like a good thing, doesn't it? Actually, I'm not so sure. This kind of thing has been tried before (in 1976). If the goal was disciples, we know that it didn't work then and I'm skeptical that it will work now. In this episode, I'll share what I think are the two "fatal flaws" to this huge undertaking. See what you think.
Jesse and Brittany discuss their adventure to a farm just outside of DC, listener emails and voicemails related to love for dogs and the prospect of banning guns in the United States, the grand jury subpoenas for Rudy Giuliani, Lindsey Graham, and other members of Trump’s legal team in Georgia, Steve Bannon’s plan on testifying before January... The post #812 – “Farm Adventures, Subpoenas All Around, Biden’s Executive Action, and Texas HOV Ticket Debate.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
Are we really born sinful? That's a hard pill for many people to swallow. What if we asked Moses, Paul, and Jesus this question? What would they say? Take a closer look at the Bible's teaching about the human heart, and the answer is clear.Get a free download of Pastor Mike's book, "The Basics: God. You. Jesus. Faith." at https://timeofgrace.org/download-the-basics/Get your copy of the Tough Questions set: https://bit.ly/3Nn694TOrder your copy of Pastor Mike's new book, What's Big Starts Small on Amazon! https://amzn.to/3NUW3ZX
How was your day, fellow Skeptic? We're half-way to hell (666), but not only is Pontus back, but we also have that lovely Queen of European Skeptics Claire Klingenberg with us, so what's to complain about? Pontus explains why he has been absent lately and Claire talks about a very disconcerting incidence at a recent science fair. In TWISH we celebrate Newton's ‘Principia' which lay the ground for much of modern science, over three hundred years ago. The Pope gets a poking for not knowing his DNA from his ABC and then we have a look at the news: UK: One in six adults doubt human link to climate change GERMANY: Thousands could have died because of heat waves in Germany UK: Legislation aims to shield UK internet users from state-backed online disinformation NORWAY: Steep decline in the trust towards alternative medicine SWEDEN: Macchiarini gets off scot-free. Prosecution has appealed INTERNATIONAL: ECDC and WHO team up to tackle the public communication and engagement tasks related to monkeypox for health authorities Three cosmonauts get the Really Wrong Award for waving the Donetsk flag on the ISS, which should be about science and not about stupid and bloody human conflicts. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; TWISH; Pontus Pokes The Pope; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes;
Jesse and Brittany are joined by Elyssa Feder to discuss the state of the country, what it means to organize, and how we can get more involved to harness our power and create the world we want to see. Connect with Rising Organizers: https://www.risingorganizers.org/ Rising Organizers on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/risingorganizer Connect with Elyssa: https://twitter.com/elyssafeder ____________________________ SUPPORT THE SHOW... The post #811 – “How to Organize to Save Democracy with Elyssa Feder!” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
Producer Pat rolls out a new series for the Skeptical eye podcast, first up giving a look at Preston B Nichols possible Non-fiction master piece Encounter in the Pleiades. It's as wild a ride as it is a read.
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Jesse and Brittany discuss the one-year anniversary of Popeye’s death, listener emails and voicemails on changing their minds and also struggling to find hope in hopelessness, the mass shooting in Highland Park, IL on Independence Day including possible policy solutions that could have prevented the shooter from obtaining his guns, the police killing of Jayland... The post #810 – “Remembering Popeye, Independence Day Shooting, Killing of Jayland Walker, Liz Cheney on Trump, and A$$hole of Today featuring Joe Rogan.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
"Certificate of need (CON) laws purport to lower health care costs, increase patient access and ensure quality by managing the distribution of private resources, but none of these gains has materialized. A joint report from two federal agencies—the Federal Trade Commission and the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department—finds no evidence that CON laws achieve any public benefit. A supermajority of studies agrees. More importantly, decades of real-world experience show that CON laws do not work as advertised. Recognizing the policy error, Congress reversed itself in 1986 and repealed CON mandates it had imposed just 12 years earlier." Jaimie Cavanaugh is an attorney. She shares her story and discusses the KevinMD article, "As cancer patients wait, states play favorites." This episode is sponsored by the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM). Chronic disease is a global emergency. If you're interested in evidence-based lifestyle change to address the root causes of chronic disease and restore health, rather than the less effective approach of merely managing symptoms—it's time you heard about the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM). Experience ACLM's annual lifestyle medicine conference, #LM2022, while you earn CME/CE and connect with leading lifestyle medicine experts. Become an ACLM member before the conference and save up to 22 percent off registration. Go to lifestylemedicine.org/membership to learn more. Did you enjoy today's episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
Millions of people play the lottery every day. Is it just a harmless game, or something more insidious? Welcome to Skeptical Sunday, a special edition of The Jordan Harbinger Show where Jordan and fact-checker, comedian, and podcast host David C. Smalley break down a topic that you may have never thought about, open things up, and debunk common misconceptions. Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/693 On This Week's Skeptical Sunday, We Discuss: How much do people really spend on lottery tickets, and who does most of the buying? Winning an Oscar, being struck by lightning, or becoming an astronaut are just three things you're more likely to do than win the lottery. What do governments do with the money brought in by lottery sales? At least some of it is put to good use, right? Why winning the lottery isn't a guaranteed way to fulfill your dreams -- and is more likely to turn your life into a nightmare. Why you're better off using the money you'd spend on lottery tickets on almost anything else. Connect with Jordan on Twitter, on Instagram, and on YouTube. If you have something you'd like us to tackle here on Skeptical Sunday, drop Jordan a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know! Connect with David at his website, on Twitter, on Instagram, on TikTok, and on YouTube, and make sure to check out The David C. Smalley Podcast here or wherever you enjoy listening to fine podcasts! If you like to get out of your house and catch live comedy, keep an eye on David's tour dates here and text David directly at (424) 306-0798 for tickets when he comes to your town! Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
Is the Bible really a HOLY book? What makes it unique from all the other books of other religions? Pastor Mike lays out the reasons why we can lean heavily on the accuracy and truth of this ancient text.Get a free download of Pastor Mike's book, "The Basics: God. You. Jesus. Faith." at https://timeofgrace.org/download-the-basics/Get your copy of the Tough Questions set: https://bit.ly/3Nn694TOrder your copy of Pastor Mike's new book, What's Big Starts Small on Amazon! https://amzn.to/3NUW3ZX
Nope. But he gets a Really Right! We have a rare third host today! Luna is part of this episode. Starting with sad news about the Oslo shooting, we then talk about Scotland's discussion about independence. This week's TWISH congratulates Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz to his birthday on the 1st of July 1646. They discuss what a Staffelwalze is (aptly named Leibniz wheel) and András mentions important facts about the mathematician's life. The news this week were the following: GERMANY: Could Sucharit Bakhdi's professorship be revoked? INTERNATIONAL: ECDC launches online course into how to address online vaccine misinformation UK: New study into why people hear voices of the dead Today's prize for being Really Wrong would go to the US Supreme Court if we were US-based, but instead we keep up the good mood and give out a Really Right- award! Pope Francis ordered for Pope Pius XII.'s archive to be made accessible online. Pius is often referred to as the "War Era Pope" and was reluctant to interfere on behalf of persecuted people. So, for doing the right thing for once, Frankie receives this week's prize for being Really Right. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; TWISH; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes
Jesse and Brittany discuss their lack of enthusiasm for Independence Day celebrations, what to expect next from the Supreme Court and its continuous move to the right, and various Republican politicians who are supporting extreme restrictions on abortion including Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn and Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, A$$hole of Today featuring Republican Yesli Vega,... The post #809 – “Lack of Enthusiasm for Independence Day, What’s Next for Supreme Court, A$$hole of Today Yesli Vega, & Takin’ Care of Biz featuring Angeli Gomez.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
(00:00-09:22): Pride in being an American has hit a record low in new Gallup polling. Brain and Aubrey talked about what healthy patriotism looks like. (09:22-20:08): Steven Barr is the Lead Past of Castmember Church. He joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his new book “KINGDOM INFLUENCE: Three Proven Keys to Revealing Jesus in a Skeptical and Suspicious World” (20:08-28:08): Social Media Watercooler: What do you remember most about life before smartphones? (28:08-36:48): Three men reported that Christian musician Chris Rice took advantage of a youth ministry culture that normalized massages and sleepovers to groom them as teenagers more than 20 years ago. (36:48-45:53): Kathy Craig is the Director of Church & Ministry Partnerships for Decision Point. She joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about the work Decision Point does to help students share their faith at school. (45:53-54:23): Kaitlyn Schiess talked about something very simple that people can do to make an impact on others. (54:23-1:03:28): Jeanne Stevens wrote why “shoulds” are not good motivators.” Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There are some questions and objections that keep skeptics from seeking faith. You may have asked those questions privately yourself. So if people are asking those questions, that's even more reason to tackle them head-on. Pastor Mike is joined by Time of Grace Creative Media Director, Nhia Yang, to give a sneak peek at July's TV message series, "Skeptical Faith." Nhia, a former skeptic herself who became a Christian in college, fires a few tough questions at Pastor Mike as he dives into the series. They also mention this month's resources, "More Tough Questions and How the Bible Answers Them" and "Tough Questions, Reasoned Answers." With biblical insight and practical wisdom, these two books show you how to communicate what Christians believe while also inviting others to meet the loving Savior whose truth sets us free. Get this set at timeofgrace.org with your gift to the ministry. Also mentioned in this episode:– Pastor Mike's Tough Questions series: http://bit.ly/2TCHaky– Pastor Mike's book, Gay & God: Loving Everyone God Made and Everything God Wrote. You can get a free e-book version here: https://bit.ly/3ODCBBOIf you have questions and want to know more about God, like what does he think of you, what exactly was Jesus all about, how do you get “saved” and just what exactly does it mean to “get saved,” and what you should do next, we want you to download this free resource Pastor Mike wrote called, The Basics: God. You. Jesus. Faith. Get your free download at timeofgrace.org/thebasics Order your copy of Pastor Mike's new book, What's Big Starts Small on Amazon! https://amzn.to/3NUW3ZX