A Conversation on Whether or Not the Roman Catholic Church Is a True Church

As I said those words it occurred to me that I really did not know what the RCC taught.  I knew that they accepted books into their bible that we did not.  I also knew they had this thing for Mary and the Pope was supposed to be infallible, but that was about it.  The Catholic Church was not part of the curriculum we studied in seminary.

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The Muslim View of the Christian Bible

In this broadcast of Giving An Answer, H.C. Felder interviews Iraqi American Joseph Alrasouli who examines how Muslims view the Christian Bible.  He explains that Muslims are commanded by the Qur’an and Muhammad to consider the Bible the Word of God.  Of course this poses a problem since the teachings of the Qur’an directly contradict […]

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Teen Apologetics

In this episode of Giving An Answer, H.C. Felder interviews Alex McFarland who explains why it is important that the Church equip and ground teens in their Christian faith.  He also explains how the Church can do this and warns of the consequences of ignoring this issue.

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The True Islam( Part 2)

In this second episode of a two part broadcast of Giving An Answer, H.C. Felder interviews Iraqi American Joseph Alarousi on the true  and politically incorrect nature of Islam.

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The True Islam( Part 1)

In this first episode of a two part broadcast of Giving An Answer, H.C. Felder interviews Iraqi American Joseph Alarousi on the true  and politically incorrect nature of Islam.

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A Christian Perspective of Ethics

In this episode of Giving An Answer, H.C. Felder interviews Steven Garofalo on Ethics.  Steven will explain ethics from a Christian perspective.  He will investigate its source, how ethics differs from values, and how Judaeo Christian ethics differ from secular humanist ethics.

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The Argument for God Based on Desire

In this episode of Giving An Answer, H.C. Felder interviews Kurt Wise of the Apologetics Center ministry. Kurt explains that every person has an innate desire for God and that nothing but God can satisfy that desire.  Kurt then explains how it would not make sense to have this innate desire, unless the object of […]

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