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A podcast resource providing audio of the most current lectures given at L’Abri Fellowship Canada, near Victoria, B.C. If you'd like more information, see https://www.canadianlabri.org/

Latest Episodes

A Time to Love, A Time to Hate: A Look at the Cursing Psalms (Brett Cane)

This talk looks at the significance of the imprecatory (cursing) Psalms using Psalm 137. We will see that they help us reflect on our own resentment, give us a sense of indignation at evil and help us acknowledge our own sin. NOTE: The time of the recording includes the open discussion afterwards. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

66 MIN1 w ago
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A Time to Love, A Time to Hate: A Look at the Cursing Psalms (Brett Cane)

Daniel 4 and Healthy Cultural Roots (Clarke Scheibe)

This talk looks at Daniel 4. At the center of this story stands a tree which reflects life and human culture. Holding the Bible in one hand, and looking at culture in the other, we will see that like Nebuchadnezzar we are called into God's purposes for creation, and that it best grows through small, seemingly insignificant things like humility and kindness, which grow from the roots of the 'tree' of Christ. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

88 MIN3 w ago
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Daniel 4 and Healthy Cultural Roots (Clarke Scheibe)

On the indwelling of the Holy Spirit (Luke Martin, professor at Eton College, UK)

In 1988 William Alston, American philosopher, put forward three models which aim to explain the scriptural claim that the Holy Spirit ‘fills’ believers. Alston pointed to weaknesses in two of the models and thus favoured one model: the ‘Sharing Model’. Since then philosophers and theologians have discussed and criticised Alston’s paper. In this talk I outline the three models and offer my own constructive response to the debate. Before doing so I will give a brief outline of my approach to answering theological questions. There will be plenty of space for discussion and critical questions. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

109 MINAUG 2
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On the indwelling of the Holy Spirit (Luke Martin, professor at Eton College, UK)

Living "as if": Christians and Atheists looking over their shoulders at one another (Clarke Scheibe)

This talk is looking at this cross-pressured space where atheists and Christians often live inconsistently with their own presuppositions, with atheists living as if God exists, and with Christians living as though God does not. How is this at work in society? How might we overcome this incongruity of 'as if'-ness? Pascal, C.S. Lewis, and Francis Schaeffer each give their answer. The surprising answer is a sanctified 'as if.' The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

87 MINJUL 16
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Living "as if": Christians and Atheists looking over their shoulders at one another (Clarke Scheibe)

Don't Smile At Me - Billie Eilish and the New Pop (Liz Snell)

If you haven't heard of Billie Eilish, you will soon. The Californian musician is just 17 but has rocketed to fame in the past few years for her moody lyrics, genre-bending musical style, and unusual fashion sense. Hailed by many as the new queen of pop, Eilish represents a push back against slick, overproduced icons like Taylor Swift and Katy Perry. What makes this surly teenager so popular with Gen Z? And how should we think about the often dark themes in her music? Below are some of the clips used during the lecture. Clip (warning: some explicit language): Vanity Fair of Billie Eilish Another clip: Billie Eilish surprises her fans on Ellen The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

110 MINJUL 2
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Don't Smile At Me - Billie Eilish and the New Pop (Liz Snell)

Understanding Jordan Peterson, Part II: The Phenomenon (Clarke Scheibe)

This follow up talk on Jordan Peterson aims not at the theological but at the cultural and political. This talk seeks to answer two questions: How did Jordan Peterson become popular? and How has he remained popular? The answers are surprisingly not the same but are also not mutually exclusive. NOTE: The beginning of the talk has extensive video/audio clips that help orient a person new to Peterson's political views and the rise of his fame. If one is very familiar with Peterson, one may want to skip ahead to the second question at about the 1:00:00 mark. NOTE 2: All talks include a discussion period. This talk is 1:42:00 in length without discussion. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

165 MINJUN 7
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Understanding Jordan Peterson, Part II: The Phenomenon (Clarke Scheibe)

To What Serves Mortal Beauty: God and Human Attractiveness (Liz Snell)

Our cultural obsession with human beauty has led to many damaging results, both physical and psychological. Yet fascination with human beauty is present in every culture and era. Is our love of beauty just a social construct, an adaptive feature of evolution, or something more profound? Join us in thinking about how to face human beauty in a way that leads us to the beauty of God. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

-1 sMAY 29
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To What Serves Mortal Beauty: God and Human Attractiveness (Liz Snell)

Daniel 3: From Peter Pan to Faithful Christian (Clarke Scheibe)

This is a look at Daniel 3, the story of the three friends thrown into the fiery furnace, yet preserved by God's power. This story challenges us to move away from the Peter Pan Syndrome into virtuous and courageous adulthood, and better yet, into being made like Christ. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

98 MINAPR 28
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Daniel 3: From Peter Pan to Faithful Christian (Clarke Scheibe)

Thy Kingdom Come: Is Social Justice the End Goal of Christianity? (Clarke Scheibe)

Increasingly younger evangelicals have become more active in their church's mission toward those marginalized yet at the same time, have become more skeptical of Christian orthodoxy. This has arisen from a historical flow of ideas (out of Marxism) that informs their faith and is actually inimical to Christian faith and faithful Christian action. This talk will look at some of those differences, and hopes to call Christians toward a just and faithful witness for structural changes. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

115 MINMAR 24
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Thy Kingdom Come: Is Social Justice the End Goal of Christianity? (Clarke Scheibe)

Brave New World and Our Cult of Happiness (Liz Snell)

Aldous Huxley’s dystopian novel, published in 1931, envisions a future world governed by the mantra, “Everybody’s happy now.” Today, many of the once-shocking predictions in his novel have already come to pass as we sacrifice questions of human freedom and dignity for the pursuit of comfort and pleasure. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

96 MINMAR 18
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Brave New World and Our Cult of Happiness (Liz Snell)

Latest Episodes

A Time to Love, A Time to Hate: A Look at the Cursing Psalms (Brett Cane)

This talk looks at the significance of the imprecatory (cursing) Psalms using Psalm 137. We will see that they help us reflect on our own resentment, give us a sense of indignation at evil and help us acknowledge our own sin. NOTE: The time of the recording includes the open discussion afterwards. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

66 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A Time to Love, A Time to Hate: A Look at the Cursing Psalms (Brett Cane)

Daniel 4 and Healthy Cultural Roots (Clarke Scheibe)

This talk looks at Daniel 4. At the center of this story stands a tree which reflects life and human culture. Holding the Bible in one hand, and looking at culture in the other, we will see that like Nebuchadnezzar we are called into God's purposes for creation, and that it best grows through small, seemingly insignificant things like humility and kindness, which grow from the roots of the 'tree' of Christ. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

88 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Daniel 4 and Healthy Cultural Roots (Clarke Scheibe)

On the indwelling of the Holy Spirit (Luke Martin, professor at Eton College, UK)

In 1988 William Alston, American philosopher, put forward three models which aim to explain the scriptural claim that the Holy Spirit ‘fills’ believers. Alston pointed to weaknesses in two of the models and thus favoured one model: the ‘Sharing Model’. Since then philosophers and theologians have discussed and criticised Alston’s paper. In this talk I outline the three models and offer my own constructive response to the debate. Before doing so I will give a brief outline of my approach to answering theological questions. There will be plenty of space for discussion and critical questions. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

109 MINAUG 2
Comments
On the indwelling of the Holy Spirit (Luke Martin, professor at Eton College, UK)

Living "as if": Christians and Atheists looking over their shoulders at one another (Clarke Scheibe)

This talk is looking at this cross-pressured space where atheists and Christians often live inconsistently with their own presuppositions, with atheists living as if God exists, and with Christians living as though God does not. How is this at work in society? How might we overcome this incongruity of 'as if'-ness? Pascal, C.S. Lewis, and Francis Schaeffer each give their answer. The surprising answer is a sanctified 'as if.' The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

87 MINJUL 16
Comments
Living "as if": Christians and Atheists looking over their shoulders at one another (Clarke Scheibe)

Don't Smile At Me - Billie Eilish and the New Pop (Liz Snell)

If you haven't heard of Billie Eilish, you will soon. The Californian musician is just 17 but has rocketed to fame in the past few years for her moody lyrics, genre-bending musical style, and unusual fashion sense. Hailed by many as the new queen of pop, Eilish represents a push back against slick, overproduced icons like Taylor Swift and Katy Perry. What makes this surly teenager so popular with Gen Z? And how should we think about the often dark themes in her music? Below are some of the clips used during the lecture. Clip (warning: some explicit language): Vanity Fair of Billie Eilish Another clip: Billie Eilish surprises her fans on Ellen The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

110 MINJUL 2
Comments
Don't Smile At Me - Billie Eilish and the New Pop (Liz Snell)

Understanding Jordan Peterson, Part II: The Phenomenon (Clarke Scheibe)

This follow up talk on Jordan Peterson aims not at the theological but at the cultural and political. This talk seeks to answer two questions: How did Jordan Peterson become popular? and How has he remained popular? The answers are surprisingly not the same but are also not mutually exclusive. NOTE: The beginning of the talk has extensive video/audio clips that help orient a person new to Peterson's political views and the rise of his fame. If one is very familiar with Peterson, one may want to skip ahead to the second question at about the 1:00:00 mark. NOTE 2: All talks include a discussion period. This talk is 1:42:00 in length without discussion. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

165 MINJUN 7
Comments
Understanding Jordan Peterson, Part II: The Phenomenon (Clarke Scheibe)

To What Serves Mortal Beauty: God and Human Attractiveness (Liz Snell)

Our cultural obsession with human beauty has led to many damaging results, both physical and psychological. Yet fascination with human beauty is present in every culture and era. Is our love of beauty just a social construct, an adaptive feature of evolution, or something more profound? Join us in thinking about how to face human beauty in a way that leads us to the beauty of God. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

-1 sMAY 29
Comments
To What Serves Mortal Beauty: God and Human Attractiveness (Liz Snell)

Daniel 3: From Peter Pan to Faithful Christian (Clarke Scheibe)

This is a look at Daniel 3, the story of the three friends thrown into the fiery furnace, yet preserved by God's power. This story challenges us to move away from the Peter Pan Syndrome into virtuous and courageous adulthood, and better yet, into being made like Christ. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

98 MINAPR 28
Comments
Daniel 3: From Peter Pan to Faithful Christian (Clarke Scheibe)

Thy Kingdom Come: Is Social Justice the End Goal of Christianity? (Clarke Scheibe)

Increasingly younger evangelicals have become more active in their church's mission toward those marginalized yet at the same time, have become more skeptical of Christian orthodoxy. This has arisen from a historical flow of ideas (out of Marxism) that informs their faith and is actually inimical to Christian faith and faithful Christian action. This talk will look at some of those differences, and hopes to call Christians toward a just and faithful witness for structural changes. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

115 MINMAR 24
Comments
Thy Kingdom Come: Is Social Justice the End Goal of Christianity? (Clarke Scheibe)

Brave New World and Our Cult of Happiness (Liz Snell)

Aldous Huxley’s dystopian novel, published in 1931, envisions a future world governed by the mantra, “Everybody’s happy now.” Today, many of the once-shocking predictions in his novel have already come to pass as we sacrifice questions of human freedom and dignity for the pursuit of comfort and pleasure. The Copyright for all material on the podcast is held by L'Abri Fellowship. We ask that you respect this by not publishing the material in full or in part in any format or post it on a website without seeking prior permission from L'Abri Fellowship. Canadian L'Abri 2019

96 MINMAR 18
Comments
Brave New World and Our Cult of Happiness (Liz Snell)