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A.L. Van Den Herik Talks Female Apologists/Riding Dinosaurs/Arguments For Faith

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In this episode of The Babylon Bee Podcast, Kyle and Ethan talk to A. L. Van Den Herik who is the author of a new book called The Shortest Leap: The Rational Underpinnings of Faith in Jesus. This is a great dialogue about the historical, rational, and scientific arguments for Christianity and how a person decides to become a Christian. They discuss whether a woman can write an apologetics book, break Ethan’s brain with Einstein’s law of relativity, and trigger Kyle with old earth arguments. 

Topics Discussed

  • C.S. Lewis and apologetics

  • Women writers on the Christian book scene

  • Allyson’s conversion from hardcore atheist & leftist to Christianity

  • Tarantula wasps and rabbits eating their own poop

  • Dinosaurs are cool

  • God’s wisdom in how he has revealed Himself

  • Time dilation & light speed travel or how the movie Interstellar maybe backs up the days of the Genesis creation account

  • Were all of her professors at Stanford and Berkley like Kevin Sorbo’s character in God’s Not Dead?

  • The Noah’s Ark story and did people ride dinosaurs?

  • Do people decide to be a Christian through pure reason?

  • “Christians” that don’t believe in God

  • Pagan creation, flood and resurrection myths

  • Parenting tips while working on big projects

  • Working for Rush Limbaugh

  • The Ten Questions

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