Caryll Houselander writes about how easy it is for us Catholics, via the sledgehammer of zeal and truth, to beat down the inner secret hope of the people whom we are trying to connect to. God has reached out to everyone somehow. For many people, this touch can be so subtle they don't realize it as such. Yet, they can still be super important and powerful.
In this episode I talk about how we can better connect with God, not through logic and reason, but instead through the innermost fiber of ourselves. God has been trying to reach us our entire lives. He knows better than we do how to best do that. It's time to listen!
You can read the shownotes here.
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I've been trying to look for more interesting interview topics, and this week I think I've got something quite a bit different from the usual. I interview Michael, host of The Bible Says What?! This podcast is a very confrontational podcast that is an attempt to use the Bible to show the "absurdity" of Christianity.
The primary topic that Michael wanted to talk about was the Scandal. More specifically, however, he wanted to understand how free will played into what happened, and how God could be a Good God in light of what happened. Although my answers aren't perfect, I do think I challenge him in some potent ways.
I invite you to listen, comment, and send feedback. I'm sure I said many things wrong on this one, and I did not know any details about what questions were coming. Let me know what you think!
You can find the Bible Says What?! podcast here.
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