How to Equip Gen Z With a Biblical Worldview, With J. Warner Wallace — The Alisa Childers Podcast #49
Richard Rohr, Jen Hatmaker, and the Millennial Obsession With Mysticism — The Alisa Childers Podcast #48
Book Review: So The Next Generation Will Know: Preparing Young Christians for a Challenging World by Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace
(Guest post by Teasi Cannon)
I like to start a non-fiction book by identifying the promise it makes. In other words, what does it pledge I’ll walk away with by the time I turn the last page? I do this for a couple of reasons: first, it helps me decide whether it belongs on my dresser stack (books I’ll get to sometime this year) or my coffee table stack (books I want to read now); and second, to see if the author (s) actually make good on that promise.
I’m pleased to report… So the Next Generation Will Know: Preparing Young Christians for a Challenging World (David C. Cook, May 2019) by authors Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace made it to the coffee table (very top of the stack) and passed the fulfilled-promise test with flying colors.
Is Panentheism a Biblical View of the Nature of God? With Marcia Montenegro — The Alisa Childers Podcast #46
Pretty Little Lies: Spotting Bad Ideas in Women's Books, Blogs, and Other Media — The Alisa Childers Podcast #44
This week I had the opportunity to talk with recording artists Seth and Nirva Ready of the Freemind Podcast. We talked about Progressive Christianity and its increasing presence in the American church. They are excellent interviewers, and it was great to catch up with Nirva, who I toured with many years ago!
Listen to Part 1
Listen to Part 2