Pastor Sam Allberry shares his testimony with Jojo Ruba, as a same-sex attracted Christian. He shares how he discovered his same-sex feelings just as he embraced Christianity. Faced with that decision, he shares how he chose to live a life as a celibate Christian who finds his identity not in his sexuality but in his Saviour. Sam shares how Christians can approach the issue of homosexuality with compassion but without compromise.
Pastor Sam Allberry shares his testimony with Jojo Ruba as a same-sex attracted Christian. He shares how he discovered his same-sex feelings just as he embraced Christianity. Faced with that decision, he shares how he chose to live a life as a celibate Christian who finds his identity not in his sexuality but in his Saviour. Sam shares how Christians can approach the issue of homosexuality with compassion but without compromise.
Last year Kevin Olenick, a radio student in BC, invited his friends, prominent atheist Luke Fevin and Jojo Ruba, to do a radio debate on morality. Kevin moderates this debate and discusses if God is necessary for objective moral truths to exist.
Nic Bertsch and Jojo Ruba discuss how Nic’s local church was being persecuted from within the Christian community over the issue of homosexuality. Christian organizations are capitulating to the culture over this issue and many are abandoning biblical truth. They discuss how God’s commands are true and good, and how real love requires us to do what is right - something Jojo will be writing about in his new book on homosexuality and apologetics.
Walt Heyer discusses transgenderism and his own story with Nick Bertsch at the Be Ready 2017 conference in Calgary, AB.
Walt Heyer is a former transgender with a passion to help others who regret gender change. Walt travels extensively to share his story of redemption at conferences, churches and universities. Walt has appeared on numerous radio and television shows in the U.S. and Canada. Walt’s articles have been published online and his many books are a welcome resource in understanding the issue.
Mike Licona sits down with Faith Beyond Belief's Nick Bertsch at the Be Ready 2017 conference and discusses his latest book, Why Are There Differences in the Gospels? Mike serves as associate professor in theology at Houston Baptist University. He is the author of numerous books including the award-winning The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus, co-authored by Gary Habermas.
Dr. Paul Chamberlain, professor of philosophy and apologetics at Trinity Western University, sits down with Nick Bertsch at the Be Ready 2016 conference. The conversation covers Paul's personal story, the controversy surrounding Trinity Western's legal program, and more.
Nick Bertsch interviews Bill Nyman, an apologetics teacher at Prairie College, in Three Hills, Alberta, and also the co-organizer of the Be Ready 2016 conference. They discuss the apologetics program at Prairie College and the questions that students are asking.
In this week's podcast, Jojo Ruba and Nic Bertsch discuss Canada's 150 anniversary and what Christians can celebrate in a country increasingly hostile to Christ and His followers.
In this episode, Jojo Ruba interviews Gary Habermas at the Be Ready 2016 conference in Calgary, AB. The discussion focuses on the resurrection and near death experiences.
Paul Copan, author of Is God a Moral Monster?, sits down with Nick Bertsch at the Be Ready 2016 conference and answers tough questions about violence, slavery, and genocide in the Old Testament.
Mary Jo Sharp is a former atheist who thought religion was for the weak-minded. This widely sought after speaker, and author of Living in Truth: Confident Conversation in a Conflicted Culture, sits down with Nick Bertsch for a conversation about conversation at the Be Ready 2016 conference.
Frank Turek, director of Cross Examined and author of Stealing from God, talks about his book and more with Nick Bertsch at the Be Ready 2016 conference.
In this first episode of the Everyday Conversations podcast, with Jojo Ruba and Nick Bertsch, the discussion ranges over the origin of Faith Beyond Belief and the need for Christians to learn how to converse about their convictions in an effective manner.