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Sacred Skeptics

What if C.S. Lewis and Jon Stewart had a love child? We like to think of our podcast as an attempt to embody the best that these men have to offer: uncommon insight and stinging wit. We engage current events, cultural issues and answer spiritual questions. If you don’t like sarcasm, this isn’t the podcast for you. New episodes drop every Wednesday and Thursday. Listen and subscribe.
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Oct 27, 2016

Rick Henderson and Mike Bell discuss 7 statements that Christians should stop believing. Plus they wrestle with the question, “Should Christians watch the Walking Dead?” And what is the best response to Halloween, which, let's face it - has its roots in Paganism. Should the faithful celebrate the day of the dead, or not? 

Oct 21, 2016

Rick Henderson gets marital counseling from Mike Bell -- what not to do with your wine? Don't spill it on your wife! The Sacred Skeptics talk about church values in the 21st century, plus apologetics - defending the Christian faith. Are there natural causes for time, space, the universe, the Earth, etc.? 

Oct 13, 2016

Both presidential candidates are riddled with flaws.  Now that even more has been revealed about republican Donald Trump, should we pummel him with shame and pull the lever for democrat Hillary Clinton? Also, the Rick Henderson and Mike Bell discuss well meaning, but unclear and potentially harmful Christian slogans.

Oct 3, 2016

Mike Bell is out of town, so Rick Henderson welcomes former NFL player Eddie Williams to the studio. Williams, who played professional football for five years, is now a pastor in Utah and a coordinator for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

A lot of people disagree on the best way to approach the racial tensions that are gripping the United States. Uber conservatives like Sean Hannity would argue there is no such thing as white privilege or systematic, societal racism. Colin Kaepernick would argue America has never been great for African-Americans. Eddie, as a multi-racial American, says both sides are missing empathy and the Gospel.

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