Alisa Childers Podcast

For some, “apologetics” is a big scary word that sounds intimidating or overwhelming. For others, it seems like head-knowledge with no heart. For still others, it can conjure images of debate by argumentative intellectuals. I joined Alisa and Doug Groothuis to talk through some objections to apologetics, and walk through several arguments for the existence of God.

The Christian Worldview

This is a community course that I taught at Living Way Fellowship in Highlands Ranch, Colorado in Fall 2023.

Watchmen Fellowship

Doug Groothuis and I joined Daniel Ray on his show where he discusses apologetics, world religions, atheism, cults, the occult, alternative religions, controversial doctrines and spiritual practices.


Crosswalk with Gino Geraci

I joined the Calvary Church pastor to discuss Doug Groothuis' and my book The Knowledge of God in the World and the Word and to talk about the significance of doing apologetics in our current cultural context.


Apologia Center

I joined host Artur Asaduriyan to talk about The Knowledge of God in the World and the Word, my research into abuse in Christian ministries, and other apologetic issues.

Does Postmodernism Defeat Natural Theology?

In this conversation with students at the Colorado School of Mines, I discuss the nature of postmodern philosophy, how it makes claims against reason and truth, and then suggest how someone might discover the knowledge of God despite the fact that, at least in some ways, our culture doesn't value truth.


"Be Merciful to Those Who Doubt"

I spoke at Summit Church in Longmont, Colorado, bringing a message from Jude's epistle on doubt. The sermon is followed by a Q&A on questions about the Christian perspective on reality.


Natural Theology

I joined Shaun Brown of the Theology Shorts podcast to talk about Postmodern epistemology and natural theology. 


Christian Apologetics and Atonement in Modern Culture

I joined Dr. Douglas Groothuis and Dr. Don Payne on the Engage360 Podcast to discuss cognitive and spiritual faith shifts in Christianity and what it looks like to keep up with and engage evolving cultures.


Who's Afraid of the Unmoved Mover?

On the Examined Life podcast, I discuss with host Phil Kallberg my book, "Who's Afraid of the Unmoved Mover? Postmodernism and Natural Theology." Listen to learn more about natural theology and the postmodern critiques and challenges to natural theology.



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