Sin and evil are not the sort of things we can be indifferent about. When we experience evil in our lives, we immediately recognize that something has to be done about it. With the sin and evil we see in our world and in ourselves, we are right to raise the question, “What has God done about it?” Andy, Steve, and Wes sit down together to hash out the implications of sin in this week’s episode of the AC Podcast.
Sin is something of a dirty word in our culture. In the minds of many, it perhaps conjures up images of Bible-thumping Christians harassing young people for holding hands. But what exactly is sin? There is richness to this biblical concept that comes in many layers. In this two-part series on sin, Andy, Steve, and Wes sat down to discuss the layers and how they connect to other biblical concepts.
Our taste in media consumption can tell us a lot about where we are as a culture. Lately, we’ve been seeing more and more shows and movies come out in which what was once considered evil is portrayed with sympathy or even outright glorification. Tune into this week’s AC Podcast episode, as the AC team hashes out some of their thoughts on this cultural phenomenon.
Often, what we think is a matter of common sense turns out to be false. All of us probably hold to ideas that we would begin with “Everyone knows…” that are just not true. This week’s edition of the AC Podcast features Wes and Steve talking about some things we might believe about Christianity that are either completely wrong or greatly exaggerated.
The fight for the environment is taking on greater and greater priority for many government agencies. But can we go too far in protecting the environment? Now, farmers are saying it’s led to irrational measures. Join Andy, Steve and Troy as they discuss the implications of extreme environmentalism and what the Christian worldview has to say about the role of humanity in it all.
It used to be that death was not an acceptable outcome of a medical procedure. Well, no more. The legal and social development in Canada in the last several years has opened the door to assisted suicide and euthanasia. When death is an acceptable outcome of a medical procedure, how does it impact both medical professionals and those who are on the receiving end of the needle? Andy and Steve invited Larry Worthen, the Executive Director for the Christian Medical and Dental Association in Canada, to discuss the legal and social aspect of this discussion.