Knowing and Doing Podcast
Join us every two weeks for an audio article from Knowing & Doing, our quarterly teaching magazine, covering a wide variety of subjects from nationally recognized leaders in discipleship, spirituality, theology, apologetics, and cultural analysis. Narrated by Aimee Riegert.
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Putting Together the Pieces of the Evangelism Puzzle
According to Randy Newman, evangelism could be viewed as slightly less difficult if we break...Read More
Five Ways to Prove the Existence of God
Does God exist? The influential philosopher Thomas Aquinas argued that the existence of God can...Read More
Charlotte Bronte and the Wisdom of Jane Eyre
Charlotte Brontë’s mid-nineteenth century novel Jane Eyre offers valuable life lessons for modern readers.
The Good Serves the Better and Both the Best – Part 3
Michael Ward challenges us to communicate the gospel by engaging the imaginations and affections of...Read More
The Good Serves the Better and Both the Best – Part 1
According to Michael Ward, C.S. Lewis is probably the most influential practitioner of Christian apologetics...Read More
The Good Serves the Better and Both the Best – Part 2
Michael Ward examines some of the groundwork to the thinking of C.S. Lewis that enabled...Read More
Spending Daily Time with God
Grow spiritually by setting aside time with God to quietly read the Bible, lift your...Read More
Heroics of Weakness
Aaron Welty lives an active life with cerebral palsy. He states that God has provided...Read More
The Glamour of Atheism
What makes atheism so appealing? Cameron McAllister explores this question and helps us discuss the...Read More
C.S. Lewis and the New Atheists
Learn from C.S. Lewis’s atheism in his early life and his journey to faith as...Read More