Welcome to a new episode of Three Chords and the Truth: The Apologetics Podcast! Three Chords and the Truth is a new podcast that brings together apologetics, theology, and the history of rock and roll. In the Three Chords segment of this week’s program, Garrick Bailey and I talk about why this topic matters to us; then, in the Truth segment, we learn about the doctrine of common grace as we consider Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey and the classic hit by Argent and KISS “God Gave Rock and Roll to You.”
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What Apologetics Questions Do We Discuss in this Episode?
1. Why does apologetics matter?
2. What are the primary apologetics dilemmas that every believer must face as their faith matures?
3. What is the doctrine of common grace?
4. How does the doctrine of common grace strengthen and support apologetics?
What Resources Do We Recommend?
If you want to dig deeper into apologetics, one great place to start is Reasons for Our Hope by H. Wayne House and Dennis Jowers. To download a sample chapter, visit http://www.bhacademic.com. A special thank you to B&H Academic for their support.
* Chris Brooks, Urban Apologetics
* Mark Allen and Josh Chatraw, Apologetics at the Cross
If you are interested in earning a master’s degree online or on campus that will equip you with the most comprehensive apologetics training available anywhere, go to http://www.sbts.edu/bgs/degree-programs/mdiv/apologetics/
What Are We Discussing in the Next Episode?
In the Three Chords segment, Timothy and Garrick explore the question, “What is apologetics?” Then, in the Truth segment, they go digging for divine truth in “Age of Aquarius” and the early history of rock and roll.
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