This episode concentrates on mankind’s stewardship of the Earth. By getting a thorough biblical view of the relationship of human beings with the Earth, according to God’s Law, rather than our ideas, we will be able to move on and discuss the so-called Terra Carta in future episodes.
To some, anthropology means the supposed evolution of humans from ape-like creatures. To a Christian, it refers to what the Bible says about the theology of human beings; about Adam and Eve and humanity’s position before God. Please support this podcast through SubscribeStar.
Understanding today’s society through dystopian novels, especially That Hideous Strength by C.S. Lewis. Please support this podcast through SubscribeStar.
There are a number of myths and errors that seem to keep Christians from believing the early chapters of Genesis. We explode these in this podcast. Please support this podcast through SubscribeStar.
In this podcast, we lay the foundation for science research. I show that knowledge of the laws of science only makes sense in a biblical presupposition.
Society has determined that same sex marriage is morally acceptable. Using the apologetic principles that we discussed last week, we show why this is not the case, ands why God could describe a “outcry” against Sodom even outside the nation of Israel and before the Mosaic Law.
In this episode, I explain the need for presuppositional apologetics as the starting point for everything that we do.
In this week’s episode, we look at the reasons why Genesis matters. The episode also contains a competition – send your competition entry by email to podcast(at)proverbs1810.org (using @ instead of (at), with the word Competition in the subject. Other details are in the show. The video on this page is a short 5 minute…
In the third episode of the Paul Taylor Podcast, I am looking at the amazing first verse of the Bible.
What was the Star of Bethlehem? And who were the strange Wise Men, who recognized it? Click to subscribe to the Paul Taylor Podcast.