Are religions falsifiable? How would you go about testing a religious truth claim? They typically aren't observable or repeatable? So the scientific method is out. In fact, most of life's important realities aren't subjectable to the scientific method. However, we aren't limited to the scientific method for gleaning knowledge and discerning truth. We also have historiographic testing. Andy reads Chapter 4 of his book, Contradict - They Can't All Be True, to explain the historiographic method and it's three tests.
Andy closes by sharing listener feedback for the past four episodes.
Ben Fisher riffs on "12 Arguments Evolutionists Should Avoid" that he shares with his high school class. Answers in Genesis created the list of bad arguments. Do you agree? Are these bad arguments that evolutionists should avoid?
12 Arguments Evolutionists Should Avoid
"Busting a Myth about Columbus and the flat Earth" by The Washington Post
Is government redistribution of wealth stealing?
"A Fork to Feed, a Scapel to Heal, or a Sword to Protect?" by Wes Bareford
Martin Luther's Large Catechism - "The Seventh Commandment"
"A Voter's Guide to the Ten Commandments" by Bryan Wolfmueller
Virtue in the Wasteland - a podcast co-hosted by Wes' professor for Theology 565, Jeff Mallinson.
"How Do I Know I am a Christian?" - Reconnect Episode 19 with Wes and George