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3 Coming Messiahs

Did you know the worlds top 3 major religions are all expecting the soon arrival of a Messiah? Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Not only expecting, but all three believe it could be imminent.

God & the God Particle w/ Fr. Andrew Pinsent

Dr. Andrew Pinsent a renowned physicist and theologian, takes us on a journey to understand the enigmatic “God Particle” and its profound significance. We’ll explore what the God Particle really is, why it matters to our understanding of the universe, and the intriguing theological implications it holds.

Creating Canon w/ Dr. Benjamin P. Laird

The New Testament’s profound impact is undeniable, yet it still elicits numerous questions about its history and context. The complexities surrounding the canon’s genesis can be puzzling for modern-day readers. In ‘Creating the Canon’, Benjamin P. Laird sheds light on pivotal queries concerning the New Testament’s origins and veracity.

Creation w/ Dr. Fazale Rana

The ‘Creation’ episode delves into the intriguing intersection of science and faith. Do they truly conflict when discussing the origins of life? Whether you’ve faced these questions in school or elsewhere, join us as Dr. Fazale Rana unpacks various creation theories that harmoniously blend scientific understanding with scriptural insights. A must-listen for anyone navigating the intricate dance between science and Genesis!”

Does Life Have Meaning? w/ Dr. Craig Hefner

Does Life Have Meaning? Dr. Craig Hefner joins Becoming Outlaws to discuss this topic in light of his latest book, ⁠’Kierkegaard and the Changelessness of God: A Defense of Classical Immutability.’⁠ Craig A. Hefner (PhD, Wheaton College Graduate School) is […]

The Occult w/ Dr. Richard B. Spence

Historian and host of the History Channels, ‘Secrets of the Occult,’ Dr. Richard B. Spence visits Becoming Outlaws. Topics discussed are UFOs and their connection with the occult, Santa Claus, and Aleister Crowley. A self-proclaimed Agnostic, Dr. Spence shares his personal views and experience(s) on occultism, while Ken reflects the Christian perspective.