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Camp Meetings and Moral Apologetics

Dr. Baggett felt inspired to write this book about a Michigan campmeeting when his mom was sick and in the hospital in Lansing, Michigan about nine months before she died. As he walked the grounds at the Eaton Rapids Campground in Eaton Rapids, Michigan, thinking about her physical decline, he felt nostalgic thinking about his parents’ love of the place and its formative role in his upbringing. The idea occurred to write a history of the 130 year old holiness campmeeting, and now, four years later, the book by him and his wife, with Joelee Bateman, is done and available for purchase. It’s called At the Bend of the River Grand, and available at, for example, Amazon.com. The price currently listed on Amazon.com is 45 dollars, but that’s going to change to 31.50 very soon. For those acquainted with campmeetings, you’ll appreciate reading the book and may well recognize much of what’s discussed; for those less familiar, we hope the book brings a little bit of campmeeting to you. Be...

35 MIN2016 MAY 29
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Camp Meetings and Moral Apologetics

C. S. Lewis and the Problem of Personal Suffering with David Baggett

In this week's podcast, we hear from Dr. David Baggett as he discusses two of C. S. Lewis' most psychologically insightful works, A Grief Observed and The Great Divorce. Dr. Baggett helps us understand how Lewis thought we should deal with intense emotional pain, how the love of God "has teeth," and how moral transformation may require much suffering.

36 MIN2015 OCT 18
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C. S. Lewis and the Problem of Personal Suffering with David Baggett

Understanding C.S. Lewis' Moral Argument with Dr. David Baggett

On this week's episode, we hear from the co-author of Good God, Dr. David Baggett. Dr. Baggett explains how Lewis' moral argument works, what makes it effective, and the impact it has had on contemporary moral apologetics.

36 MIN2015 OCT 4
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Understanding C.S. Lewis' Moral Argument with Dr. David Baggett

A Christian Perspective on Bioethics with Mark Foreman

On this week's podcast, Dr. Mark Foreman gives a Christian perspective on some key bio-ethical issues. Dr. Foreman helps us understand how we should think about trans-humanism, fertility treatments, abortion, assisted suicide, and euthanasia. Working from a Christian and Aristotelian and natural law perspective, Dr. Foreman explains how right action results from careful consideration of human nature.

44 MIN2015 SEP 20
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A Christian Perspective on Bioethics with Mark Foreman

An Argument against Abortion in Ten Minutes with Mark Foreman

On this week's podcast, we hear from philosopher and bioethicist Mark Foreman. Dr. Foreman explains in aboutten minutes why pre-born humans are persons and deserve all the rights due to human persons.

14 MIN2015 SEP 6
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An Argument against Abortion in Ten Minutes with Mark Foreman

Mark Foreman on Faith, Reason, and Natural Law

On this week's podcast, we hear from Dr. Mark Foreman. Dr. Foreman is a professional philosopher who specializes in both Christian apologetics and bioethics. The main topic of this episode is theism as a natural law ethic. Dr. Foreman will explain what a natural law ethic is, why we should prefer it, how it can be applied in moral dilemmas, and how to use it in apologetics. But before we get to that, we'll also get to hear some thoughts from Dr. Foreman on the relation of faith and reason.

36 MIN2015 MAY 17
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Mark Foreman on Faith, Reason, and Natural Law

David Baggett on Mothers, God’s Goodness, and Moral Transformation

On this week's episode of the podcast, we sit down with Dr. David Baggett for his thoughts on the importance of mothers to morality. Dr. Baggett shares how his mother shaped his own character, how God can heal those who've lost their mothers, and how mothers reveal the love of God.

71 MIN2015 MAY 10
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David Baggett on Mothers, God’s Goodness, and Moral Transformation

David Baggett on the Problem of Evil

On this week's episode, we hear from David Baggett. Dr. Baggett is a professor of apologetics and the Liberty University School of Divinity and the co-author of Good God, Christianity Today's 2012 Book of the Year in Apologetics. Dr. Baggett gives us a preview of the chapter on the problem of evil in the upcoming sequel to Good God, God and Cosmos. He explains why the problem of evil really is a problem, for both atheists and Christians, and why Christianity has a better response to the problem.

30 MIN2015 APR 25
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David Baggett on the Problem of Evil

Chad Thornhill on the Impeccability and Humanity of Jesus

On this week's podcast, we hear from Dr. Chad Thornhill on the impeccability and humanity of Jesus. Dr. Thornhill explains whether Jesus could sin, what impeccability has to do with Jesus being truly human, and why all this matters for morality.

50 MIN2015 APR 20
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Chad Thornhill on the Impeccability and Humanity of Jesus

Podcast: David Baggett on Moral Knowledge (Part 2 of 2)

On this week's episode, we continue the discussion started on the last episode. The previous episode lays out some of the basic issues related to moral knowledge, including what exactly moral knowledge is, the kinds of moral knowledge available, and the general problems associated with saying we have moral knowledge. This second part aims to answer the question, "How do we have moral knowledge?" Dr. Baggett will discuss and critique some atheist explanations of how we have moral knowledge before offering his own theistic account.

50 MIN2015 APR 13
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Podcast: David Baggett on Moral Knowledge (Part 2 of 2)

Latest Episodes

Camp Meetings and Moral Apologetics

Dr. Baggett felt inspired to write this book about a Michigan campmeeting when his mom was sick and in the hospital in Lansing, Michigan about nine months before she died. As he walked the grounds at the Eaton Rapids Campground in Eaton Rapids, Michigan, thinking about her physical decline, he felt nostalgic thinking about his parents’ love of the place and its formative role in his upbringing. The idea occurred to write a history of the 130 year old holiness campmeeting, and now, four years later, the book by him and his wife, with Joelee Bateman, is done and available for purchase. It’s called At the Bend of the River Grand, and available at, for example, Amazon.com. The price currently listed on Amazon.com is 45 dollars, but that’s going to change to 31.50 very soon. For those acquainted with campmeetings, you’ll appreciate reading the book and may well recognize much of what’s discussed; for those less familiar, we hope the book brings a little bit of campmeeting to you. Be...

35 MIN2016 MAY 29
Comments
Camp Meetings and Moral Apologetics

C. S. Lewis and the Problem of Personal Suffering with David Baggett

In this week's podcast, we hear from Dr. David Baggett as he discusses two of C. S. Lewis' most psychologically insightful works, A Grief Observed and The Great Divorce. Dr. Baggett helps us understand how Lewis thought we should deal with intense emotional pain, how the love of God "has teeth," and how moral transformation may require much suffering.

36 MIN2015 OCT 18
Comments
C. S. Lewis and the Problem of Personal Suffering with David Baggett

Understanding C.S. Lewis' Moral Argument with Dr. David Baggett

On this week's episode, we hear from the co-author of Good God, Dr. David Baggett. Dr. Baggett explains how Lewis' moral argument works, what makes it effective, and the impact it has had on contemporary moral apologetics.

36 MIN2015 OCT 4
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Understanding C.S. Lewis' Moral Argument with Dr. David Baggett

A Christian Perspective on Bioethics with Mark Foreman

On this week's podcast, Dr. Mark Foreman gives a Christian perspective on some key bio-ethical issues. Dr. Foreman helps us understand how we should think about trans-humanism, fertility treatments, abortion, assisted suicide, and euthanasia. Working from a Christian and Aristotelian and natural law perspective, Dr. Foreman explains how right action results from careful consideration of human nature.

44 MIN2015 SEP 20
Comments
A Christian Perspective on Bioethics with Mark Foreman

An Argument against Abortion in Ten Minutes with Mark Foreman

On this week's podcast, we hear from philosopher and bioethicist Mark Foreman. Dr. Foreman explains in aboutten minutes why pre-born humans are persons and deserve all the rights due to human persons.

14 MIN2015 SEP 6
Comments
An Argument against Abortion in Ten Minutes with Mark Foreman

Mark Foreman on Faith, Reason, and Natural Law

On this week's podcast, we hear from Dr. Mark Foreman. Dr. Foreman is a professional philosopher who specializes in both Christian apologetics and bioethics. The main topic of this episode is theism as a natural law ethic. Dr. Foreman will explain what a natural law ethic is, why we should prefer it, how it can be applied in moral dilemmas, and how to use it in apologetics. But before we get to that, we'll also get to hear some thoughts from Dr. Foreman on the relation of faith and reason.

36 MIN2015 MAY 17
Comments
Mark Foreman on Faith, Reason, and Natural Law

David Baggett on Mothers, God’s Goodness, and Moral Transformation

On this week's episode of the podcast, we sit down with Dr. David Baggett for his thoughts on the importance of mothers to morality. Dr. Baggett shares how his mother shaped his own character, how God can heal those who've lost their mothers, and how mothers reveal the love of God.

71 MIN2015 MAY 10
Comments
David Baggett on Mothers, God’s Goodness, and Moral Transformation

David Baggett on the Problem of Evil

On this week's episode, we hear from David Baggett. Dr. Baggett is a professor of apologetics and the Liberty University School of Divinity and the co-author of Good God, Christianity Today's 2012 Book of the Year in Apologetics. Dr. Baggett gives us a preview of the chapter on the problem of evil in the upcoming sequel to Good God, God and Cosmos. He explains why the problem of evil really is a problem, for both atheists and Christians, and why Christianity has a better response to the problem.

30 MIN2015 APR 25
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David Baggett on the Problem of Evil

Chad Thornhill on the Impeccability and Humanity of Jesus

On this week's podcast, we hear from Dr. Chad Thornhill on the impeccability and humanity of Jesus. Dr. Thornhill explains whether Jesus could sin, what impeccability has to do with Jesus being truly human, and why all this matters for morality.

50 MIN2015 APR 20
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Chad Thornhill on the Impeccability and Humanity of Jesus

Podcast: David Baggett on Moral Knowledge (Part 2 of 2)

On this week's episode, we continue the discussion started on the last episode. The previous episode lays out some of the basic issues related to moral knowledge, including what exactly moral knowledge is, the kinds of moral knowledge available, and the general problems associated with saying we have moral knowledge. This second part aims to answer the question, "How do we have moral knowledge?" Dr. Baggett will discuss and critique some atheist explanations of how we have moral knowledge before offering his own theistic account.

50 MIN2015 APR 13
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Podcast: David Baggett on Moral Knowledge (Part 2 of 2)
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