This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with JOURNAL author Clay Jones about his online article, “Jesus Wasn’t Always Winsome“.
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Other articles and podcasts featuring this author:
Episode 333 A Question Mormons Can’t Answer
A Question Mormons Can’t Answer
Episode 270 The Divine Hiddenness of God
Four Types of Divine Hiddenness of God. For a special limited preview of this print article please click here! To read the article in it’s entirety please please click here to purchase this issue.
Postmodern Realities Episode 247: Is It True That There Are Good Non-Christians?
Is It true That There Are Good Non-Christians?
Postmodern Realities Episode 233 You Probably Aren’t Saved If…(This Is about Sex)
You Probably Aren’t Saved If…(This Is about Sex)
Postmodern Realities Episode 202 Symbolic Immortality Projects Can’t Save You
Symbolic Immortality Projects Can’t Save You
Postmodern Realities Episode 183 Immortal: How the Fear of Death Drives Us and What We Can Do About It
Immortal—Epicurus, Sam Harris, and Bart Ehrman Are Wrong: Death Is Something
Postmodern Realities Episode 176 Our Fallen World
Hank Unplugged: Why God Permits Evil with Clay Jones
Postmodern Realities: Episode 114 Why Did God Let that Child Die?
Why Did God Let That Child Die?
Postmodern Realities: Episode 068: Something Made: The Role of Form in Apologetics
Something Made : The Role of Form in Apologetics
Postmodern Realities: Episode 030: Evangelizing the Cultural Christian
Evangelizing the Cultural Christian
Killing the Canaanites: A Response to the New Atheism’s “Divine Genocide” Claims
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