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Faith and Reason, Pt. 4: Pascal

Ron and John May 10, 2024

What does it mean to “bet on God”?! That’s the question as John and Ron read through portions of the classic argument called “Pascal’s Wager.” They introduce Pascal himself, and they tease out what he was trying to say.

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Faith and Reason, Pt. 3: Anselm

Ron and John April 26, 2024

In this episode, John and Ron turn their attention to Anselm, a medieval archbishop of Canterbury. They walk through Anselm’s “ontological proof” for the existence of God—and then argue the proof isn’t really what mattered to Anselm!

Irenaeus
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Faith and Reason, Pt. 2: Irenaeus

Ron and John April 12, 2024

This is the second episode in the Faith and Reason series, and John and Ron consider an ancient figure named Irenaeus. Irenaeus argued that Christian faith is far more reasonable than alternatives being offered by the Gnostics. Did you ever wonder when Christians started calling the New Testament “scripture”? What was […]

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Resurrection: Essential to the Story

Ron and John March 29, 2024

In celebration of Easter weekend, Orthodocs.faith takes a pause in the current series to return to a previous episode on resurrection. In this second episode from a series on First Corinthians 15, Ron and John discuss resurrection and why the hope of the Christian faith rests so heavily on it. […]

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Faith and Reason: Where We Start

Ron and John March 15, 2024

In this new series, Ron and John argue that Christian faith is reasonable. Christians have reasons for what they believe, and those reasons are defensible. Perhaps most surprising, they insist there is no virtue in a “blind leap of faith”!