[Speaker: Austin Conner] What's your relationship with doubt been like in your life? Have you had doubts about Christianity? How have your doubts been dealt with? Are you minimizing them? Have you been shamed for them? Perhaps most importantly - if I'm a Christian, am I allowed to have them? If you or someone you know has questions like these, listen to hear how the Bible answers the question "Can Christians Have Doubts?"
[Speaker: Austin Conner]
What do we do with the following statements: "The God the Old Testament is full of wrath and judgment, unlike Jesus in the New Testament. There are so many weird and offensive things in the Old Testament- slavery, genocide, child sacrifice. Jesus died for sins and fulfilled the Law, so now the Old Testament is irrelevant." Are all of these true? What place, if any, should the Old Testament play in my life? Listen as we continue our series "Four Questions Every College Student Needs To Answer."
[Speaker: Kyle Richter] The apostle Paul tells us in a letter to Timothy that the Bible is God's word: it is trustworthy. But 2000 years removed from that, how can we know that what we have now is what they had back then? Do we know for sure that the Bible hasn't been changed or altered? Listen as Kyle explores these questions and talks about whether or not we can trust the words of scripture.
[Speaker: Kyle Richter] As Christians are coming together this weekend to celebrate the good news of an empty tomb, tonight we ask the question: why was Jesus' tomb empty? Is there any credible evidence to suggest that Jesus actually rose from the dead? Listen as Kyle kicks off our newest series exploring the questions and answers surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus!