In this episode, SuperLutheran and Myles address a series of alternative explanations for the life and work of Jesus of Nazareth.
This week, SuperLutheran and Myles are joined by Mongoose Kikimora of Little Wars. We discuss Wicca and other esoteric mystery religions, openly mock a teenage pagan's attempt at justifying paganism, Mongoose shares a story about his run-in with a spirit-reader, and we answer your emails.
In this episode, SuperLutheran, John Franco and Myles continue their look at paganism, focusing this time on paganism as practiced in the modern era.
In this episode, SuperLutheran, John Franco and Myles turn a critical eye towards ancient paganism and how ancient pagans thought and worshiped. We examine and refute the notion that whites as a whole would be better off if they were still pagan, and examine the rationale for wanting to return to "our pagan roots."
The Godcast is live in studio, answering listener emails and going over presuppositional apologetics.
Understanding Logos is the key to defeating modernism and living victoriously.
SuperLutheran, StugLife and John Franco are joined by the eminent Dr. E Michael Jones to discuss the crisis our civilization faces and how to rectify it.
The back-end of TRS was down on my end yesterday. This is the first chance I've gotten to post to the main site. Apologies for the delay. Subscribe to the RSS Feed if you haven't already!
On this week's episode, StugLife, SuperLutheran and Myles talk about "panspermia," a possible new creation myth. The idea is that life was seeded on earth from parts unknown out in the universe. We also answer a ton of listener emails.
If someone leaving Christianity can't give you a specific, logical reason for doing so, it's because they want to stick their dick where it doesn't belong.
Real Catholic hours, who up!?
On this week's episode, StugLife and John Franco give an explanation of what the Rosary is, how to pray it, and its significance to Catholicism and Christianity in general.
Myles is striking out on his own on this episode of the Godcast, but thankfully, only for this week. He catches up on questions that we had in the bag. For our second half, we have an excellent interview with Seraphim, proprietor of Apologia Pro Ortho Doxa. Our topic of discussion is re-ordering the chronology of the Exodus and squaring the events of the Bible with other historical data.
Seraphim's blog can be read here: http://kabane52.tumblr.com/