The AxPx Podcast: The Best Of Seasons 2 & 3

Seasons 2 and 3 were short, but I’m very fond of a handful of these shows.

The AxPx Podcast: Best Of Season 1

I’m hard at work on Season 4 right now. This time around, a lot more planning will go into the season and once all the pieces are completed for each topic being researched, the episode will post. A lot of cool things are in the works, so please stay tuned. In the meantime, I figured I’d do a few posts that showcase some “must listen” episodes if you’d like to catch up!

Mum’s No Longer The Word With Mumford and Sons

The son of Vineyard Church UK founders John and Eleanor Mumford started a band. Hipster Evangelicals rejoiced. Finally, here was a band accepted by mainstream culture and these Christians had an excuse to wink-wink-nudge-nudge. Secretly, Marcus Mumford was “one of them” and “in the club.” Did Marcus Mumford present his band as a Christian band? […]

AxPx Guest Post: A Response to Dr. Bart D. Ehrman’s Critique of the KJV Bible

[EDITOR’S NOTE: We’re going to start posting “Guest Posts” here and there. Sometimes we’ll get emails or comments that are just too long to address or post under the comments area. Hopefully, this is a way to continue the conversation of a particular topic. The opinions held in these articles don’t necessarily reflect the opinion […]

Grüss von Krampus! The Christmas Devil

Are your children misbehaving? Do you think they may be on Santa’s “Naughty List?” If so, tell them to change their ways because on the night before Christmas Eve Krampus may stuff them in a basket, carry them to his lair and eat them for his Christmas dinner! The Legend of Krampus dates back to pre-Christian […]

No Pain, No Gain: How God Rewards The Faithful

  If you’ve ever been to a gym, you’ve heard the term “No pain, no gain!” It’s a reference to the state of your muscles the day after you’ve completed a strenuous work out. The work out itself stretched and tore your muscles, and now your body must repair those muscles. Once your muscles are healed, they […]

The Plight of Job: Worshipping An Abusive Relationship

  I was listening to a recently purchased Worship album today and something struck me about the song I was listening to. Called “The Job Song” I found myself not being lifted up but severely depressed. As I listened more closely to the lyrics I heard this: With hearts bowed low and hands held high […]

The Mystery of The Nephilim

6 When people began to multiply on the face of the ground, and daughters were born to them, 2 the sons of God saw that they were fair; and they took wives for themselves of all that they chose. 3 Then the Lord said, “My spirit shall not abide in mortals forever, for they are flesh; their […]

A Woman, A Serpent and Forbidden Fruit: God’s Unpassable Test

Did God give Adam and Eve an unfair test in the Garden of Eden? Was mankind doomed to be cursed from the start? If so, why would God be angered by sin? He’s the one who put sin into motion! These questions have plagues me throughout my life. So much about the Genesis account of […]

Against The Grain: A Heterosexual’s Stand For the Homosexual

“Be the change you want to see in the world.” -Mahatma Gandhi I pride myself in having an all-encompassing group of friends. From the Believer to the Un-believer, the Straight to the Gay. Out of all my friends, the ones who give me the most frustration are my Christian “friends” on Facebook who don’t know me very […]

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