Equipping Podcasts: Alternatives to Evolution, Clarity in Scripture, High-Tech Carbon Footprints, and More

Every week, I Didn’t Know That! podcast listeners tune in to hear the scholars address their questions with unscripted answers. Whether it’s a discussion about evolutionary theory, questions concerning the Higgs Boson, or the scholars’ lighthearted banter—each podcast packs a new surprise. Here are a few of the latest episodes to spark your own conversations.

  • November 13, 2012, Episode #237 with Dave Rogstad and Fazale Rana — Scholars Dave and Fuz discuss other theories of human origins in response to the question: If the evolutionary theory is incorrect is God the only answer? Other topics include Darwin’s influence on the scientific community, responding to skeptics of apologetics, and the four laws of thermodynamics.
  • October 21, 2012, Episode #234 with Hugh Ross, Fazale Rana, and Kenneth Samples — To avoid division between young- and old-earth perspectives, why didn’t God describe the length of creation days clearly in the Bible? The scholars address this question along with others that include capital punishment, autism, and how RTB responds to criticism of the old-earth creation model.
  • October 16, 2012, Episode #233 with Jeff Zweerink and Dave Rogstad — Our society has made great strides toward eco-friendly attitudes, but will our high-tech lifestyles continue to deplete Earth’s resources? Jeff and Dave unpack this hot topic along with these subjects: Higgs Boson, the expanding universe, and technological advances in the medical field.

If you’d like to submit a question for the I Didn’t Know That! podcast, email ask@reasons.org. Please remember to keep your inquiries succinct.

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