Listen now (41 mins) | Episode 1 • Truth Isn't Afraid of Questions
Is it possible to download a mp3 file?
Great podcast (and great father!).
You may recall that (the late) Peter Berger (in A Rumor of Angels) said that the plausibility structures of modernity militate against religion not because of science, but because of too many options; as travel and communication media developed, we rubbed shoulders with so many different people that it became implausible to believe that some might be right and others wrong. Berger, and the sociology of knowledge itself, is a great ally for intelligent Christian apologists such as yourself.
T. David Gordon
Great start (Bluefield, that is 😉)! I'll definitely continue to tune in.
Excellent content and mannerism of making a specific point through the use of a real life story. Thoroughly enjoyed this podcast. I can relate much better when a speaker uses stories to make the objective of the subject at hand understandable. Great Job!!
First-class production and content. No doubt it will continue to be very intriguing and edifying!
This really was remarkably good. I eagerly followed the investigation of the Piano Man and was amazed at the detailed research it took to prove a simple fact about your dad's experience with Billy Joel. Such a clever way to paint a picture of a search for truth. I loved your approach at the White Horse Inn and am really looking forward to your future episodes at The Humble Skeptic.
Great show, Shane ...
Just read this from the pen of Richard Baxter: 'A young Christian should be careful not to be too confident concerning their first understanding of difficult questions where Scripture is not very plain. Hold them modestly with due suspicion, being open to further investigation, supposing it is possible, or probable upon better instruction, evidence, and maturity, that you may, in such things, change your mind!'
I think this dovetails nicely with your intent with 'The Humble Skeptic,' don't you think?
What a magnificent start to what hopefully will be a permanent and ongoing podcast. While I have missed your moderation of the White Horse Inn, this podcast will be even better no doubt based on listening to your first episode. Thank you Shane!
Great presentation! You really did your homework so I know you will dig deep into Scriptural authenticity. Your deep dig into Piano Man brought back many memories. I bought one of those albums where he sounds like a chipmunk! Thanks for a well-presented argument. I look forward to more of the same in future podcasts.