Enjoy the wisdom of scholarly people as Nick interviews them on their books, writings, and hot topics in the church and Christian apologetics. Listen to the interviews below or subscribe to the podcast through iTunes.
December 16th Andy Bannister on An Oral-Formulaic Study of the Qur’an.
December 9th TBA
December 2nd TBA
November 25th TBA
November 18th TBA
November 11th TBA
November 4th TBA
October 28th TBA
October 21st TBA
October 14th Clay Jones on Why Does God Allow Evil?
October 7th Ross Clifford on a Lawyer’s Case for the Resurrection
September 30th Don Veinot on escaping cults.
September 23rd Kevin Schut on Of Games and God: A Christian Exploration of Video Games.
September 16th TBA
September 9th TBA
September 2nd Rebecca Lemke on The Purity Culture
August 26th Gerard Verschuuren on Aquinas on Modern Science
August 19th Dan Story on Will Dogs Chase Cats In Heaven?
August 12th Michael Bird on Jesus The Eternal Son
August 5th Bryan Sands on Everyone Loves Sex, So Why Wait?
July 29th Tony Costa on the resurrection
July 22nd Sam Andreades on Engendered
July 15th Hugh Ross on if September 23, 2017 is of any significance.
July 8th R. James Sawyer on Resurrecting The Trinity.
July 1st Ted Cabal on Controversy of the Ages.
June 24th Rosaria Butterfield on her story as a former lesbian.
June 17 Seth Ehorn on Composite Quotations in Scripture
June 10 Jayson Georges on Ministering in Honor-Shame Cultures.
June 3 J. Alan Branch on Born This Way?
May 27 Brian Godawa on Tyrant: Rise of the Beast
May 20th Matthew Bates on Salvation by Allegiance Alone
May 13th Craig Blomberg on The Historical Reliability of the New Testament
May 6th Greg Koukl on The Story of Reality.
April 29th Jayson Georges on Ministering In Honor-Shame Cultures (rescheduled due to technical difficulties)
April 22nd Ken Samples on God Among Sages
April 15th J Warner Wallace on Cold-Case Christianity For Kids
April 8th Michael Brown on Messianic Judaism
April 1st Stephen Bedard on being an autistic pastor
March 25th Michael Chung on The Last King of Israel
March 18th Sam Shamoun on Answering Islam. (Will be done later due to going to a funeral)
March 11th Mike Licona on Why Are There Differences In The Gospels?
March 4th Beth Sheppard on The Craft of History And The Study of the New Testament.
February 25th Matthew Bates on The Birth of the Trinity.
February 18th Peter Leithart on Defending Constantine
February 11th Les and Jan Grebe on Marriage Moments
February 4th. John Granger on continued Pottermania
January 28th Brian Johnson on educating the church on abortion.
January 21st Christopher Kaczor on The Ethics of Abortion.
January 14th Elijah Thompson on abortion and the violinist.
January 7th Ty Benbow on women and abortion.
December 17th Jeffrey Weima on Paul The Ancient Letter Writer.
December 10 Out of town for a wedding.
December 3 Dr. Hugh Ross on The Improbable Planet.
November 26 Matthew Dickerson on From Homer To Harry Potter.
November 19 David Sorrell on Transgenderism (re-recording due to sound difficulties)
November 12 J. Parker on Hot, Holy, and Humorous.
November 5 John Koessler on The Radical Pursuit of Rest
October 29 Kim Wier on Redeeming Halloween.
October 22 Mike Licona and Gary Habermas answer your questions on the resurrection.
October 15 Mike Licona on Gospel Reliability
October 8 Mary Flo Ridley on talking to children about sex.
October 1 With Allie at Anime Weekend Atlanta
September 24th Kathryn Applegate and J.B. Stump on How I Changed My Mind About Evolution.
September 17th Tyler Vela on Measuring McAfee
September 10th William Webb on Slaves, Women, and Homosexuals
September 3rd I will be speaking at Apologetics Academy
August 27th Holly Ordway on Cultural Apologetics
August 20th Eric Eve on Writing The Gospels (postponed due to attending a funeral)
August 13th James Patrick Holding on conspiracy theory thinking. (postponed due to attending a funeral)
August 6th Larry Hurtado on Destroyer of the Gods.
July 30th Robert Stein on the Gospel of Mark
July 23rd Off for anniversary
July 16th Craig Evans on Jesus and the Remains of His Day
July 9th Freda Bush on Talking to kids about sex.
July 2nd John J. Collins on Apocalypse, Prophecy, and Pseudipgrapa.
June 25th Jonathan Leeman on Political Church
June 18th: Paul Vitz on Faith of the Fatherless
June 11th Tom Gilson on Critical Conversations: Teenagers and homosexuality
June 4th Sean McDowell on The Fate of the Apostles
May 28 Francis Beckwith on Taking Rites Seriously
May 21 Chadwick Thornhill on The Chosen People.
May 14 Walt Heyer on transgender issues.
May 7 Justin Peters on faith healers (To be rescheduled)
April 30 Luke Cawley on The Myth of the Non-Christian
April 23 Jackson Wu on One Gospel for All Nations.
April 16 Richard Bauckham on Jesus and the Eyewitnesses
April 9 Ron Sandison on his life with autism.
April 2 No show due to personal sickness
March 26th Gary Habermas on the Resurrection.
March 19th Jonathan Grant on Divine Sex.
March 12th Pastor Matthew Peeples on church planting.
March 5th Toothache. No show.
February 27 Allie’s grandparents in town. No show.
February 20 Moving. No show.
February 13 Mark Antonacci on Test The Shroud
February 6 Chris Tilling on Paul’s Divine Christology (Failed to record due to technical difficulties)
January 30 Daniel Rodger on abortion in the U.K.
January 23 Lori Peters on abortion.
January 16 Milan and Kay Yerkovich on How We Love.
January 9 J. Steve Miller on Near-Death Experiences.
January 2 Mark Strauss on Jesus Behaving Badly
December 26 No show for Christmas break.
December 19 Kyle Greenwood on Scripture and Cosmology (Rescheduling due to technical difficulties
December 12 Tremper Longman and John Walton on How To Read Job (Rescheduling)
December 5 Craig Keener on the book of Acts
November 28 Philip Wiebe on Visions of Jesus
November 21 J. Warner Wallace on God’s Crime Scene
November 14 Jay Hall and Ben Smith debate the age of the Earth
November 7 David Capes on Slow To Judge.
October 31 Mark Hunnemann on Seeing Ghosts Through God’s Eyes
October 24 David Wilkie on Art and Apologetics
October 17th Ken Samples on alien abductions
October 10th Rodney Reeves and Randy Richards on Rediscovering Jesus.
October 3rd Postponed
September 26th Postponed
September 19th Rob Bowman on Joseph Smith’s seer stone and Mormonism.
September 12th Michael Sherrard on Relational Apologetics
September 5th Roger Maxson’s personal testimony on the importance of apologetics.
August 29th Rodney Reeves and Randy Richards on Rediscovering Paul.
August 22nd Greg Monette on the burial of Jesus
August 15th Andy Bannister on The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist.
August 8th Win Corduan on In The Beginning God
August 1st Dee Dee Warren on It’s Not The End of the World.
July 25th Away celebrating my fifth anniversary with Allie. No show.
July 18th Glenn Stanton on Why Marriage Matters
July 11th We grill Mike Licona on the resurrection and the historical Jesus.
July 4th No show for the 4th of July
June 27 Greg West on The Poached Egg.
June 20 Debra Hirsch (To be added later)
June 13 Albert McilHenny on Jesus Mythicism.
June 6 E. Calvin Beisner on Prosperity and Poverty.
May 30 George Yancey on So Many Christians, So Few Lions.
May 23 David Marshall on How Jesus Passes The Outsider Test
May 16 Matthew Flannagan on Did God Really Command Genocide?
May 9 Tyler Vela and I discuss David McAfee.
May 2 Cynthia Hampton on Jehovah’s Witnesses.
April 25 Paul Compton on Fatherhood, autism, and apologetics.
April 18 Stephen Bedard on How To Make Your Church Autism Friendly.
April 11 Sarah Ankenman on Motherhood, autism, and apologetics.
April 4 Dan Ventress and I discuss our lives as apologists with Aspergers.
March 28 Guest could not make it.
March 21 Cancelled due to flu.
March 14 Jerry Walls on Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory.
March 7 John Walton on The Lost World of Adam and Eve.
February 7 Werner Mischke Talks about his book “The Global Gospel“.
January 31 Dave Sterrett Talks about his book “Aborting Aristotle“.
January 24 Dee Dee Warren gives her story and past experience with abortion.
December 27 Dr. Bob Stewart discusses the upcoming apologetics conference in New Orleans in January 2015.
December 20 Paul Rainbow discusses Johannine Theology.
December 13 Louis Markos discusses Apologetics For the 21st Century.
November 29 Debate on Hell. Chris Date vs. J.P. Holding
November 22 Adam’s Road on Mormonism with Musical Interlude
November 15 Lynn Wilder on Unveiling Grace
November 8 Kurt Jaros on various topics
November 1 David James on the Harbinger
October 25 Marcia Montenegro on Halloween and the New Age
October 11 Graham Veale on The New Atheism: A Survival Guide.”
October 4 James Sire on his life in apologetics
September 27 Darrell Bock on Truth Matters
September 20 Rick Mattson on Faith is Like Skydiving.
September 6 Lenny Esposito on Science and Scientism in the church and college campus apologetics ministry.
August 30 R. Scott Smith on In Search of Moral Knowledge
August 23 Lee McDonald on the Biblical Canon
August 16 Joe Mulvihill on the pagan copycat theory
August 9 David Capes on the Voice.
August 2 Clay Jones on the problem of evil.
July 19 Paul Copan on Is God A Moral Monster?
July 12 Mike Licona on Plutarch research and its impact on the Gospels.
July 5 Bill Fortenberry on the faith of the founding fathers of America
June 28 Donald Williams on Mere Humanity.
June 21 Braxton Hunter on The Core Facts
June 14 James K. Dew Jr. and Mark Foreman on “How Do We Know?”
June 7 Abdu Murray on The Grand Central Question
May 31 Joseph Hinman on religious experience.
May 24 Peter Davids on the Catholic Epistles. (Unrecorded due to technical difficulties)
May 17 E. Randolph Richards on Misreading Scripture With Western Eyes
May 10 Mary Poplin on Is Reality Secular?
May 3 Robert Kolb on the Reformation
April 26 Craig Blomberg on Can We Still Believe The Bible?
April 19 Daniel Wallace on the Textual Reliability of the NT
April 12 Jay Richards on Money, Greed, and God
April 5 Hugh Ross on Aspergers and Apologetics
March 29 Round Table discussion on How God Became Jesus
March 22 Charles Hill on the early text of the NT and Canonization
March 15 Darrell Bock on the historicity of Luke-Acts
March 8 Mary Jo Sharp on Why Apologetics?
March 1 Craig Evans on the Dead Sea Scrolls
February 22 Lynn Cohick on Jesus and Women
February 8 Don Johnson on How To Talk To A Skeptic
February 1 Mark Goodacre on the Gospel of Thomas
January 25 Freda Bush on abortion’s medical effects on women.
January 18 No show due to technical difficulties
January 11 Clinton Wilcox on Abortion.
January 3 Gretchen Passantino Coburn on the beauty of life.
December 28 David Andrew Robertson on Magnificent Obsession
December 21 Anthony McRoy on Christmas Traditions
December 14 Eric Chabot on Jesus and Judaism
December 7 Ben Witherington on the birth narratives
November 30 Paul Maier on Ancient Historiography
November 23 J.P. Holding on Hitler’s Christianity
November 16 John Granger on Harry Potter and Christianity
November 9 Greg Ganssle on God and evil
November 2 David Wood on the Problem of Evil
October 26 Brent Sandy on The Lost World of Scripture
October 12 Jeff Harshbarger on the Occult
September 28 Ex-homosexuals
September 21 Jon Stewart of Ratio Christi International
September 14 Holly Ordway on Literary Apologetics
September 7 Dr. Freda Bush on the hook-up culture
August 24 Andrew Pitts on NT Forgeries
August 17 Bill McKeever on Mormonism
August 10 Craig Keener on Miracles
July 20 Tim McGrew on apologetics
July 13 I give general apologetics talk
June 29 Mike Licona on the Resurrection
June 15 Alan Shlemon on Islam
May 4 Nabeel Qureshi on Islam
April 27 Megan Almon on abortion
April 13 I talk about JWs
March 30 Rob Bowman on the Trinity
Easter 2013 Gary Habermas on the Resurrection.
March 23 Greg Koukl on Tactics.
March 16 Steve Gregg on Preterism
Professor at Houston Baptist University “God has given this brilliant young man a passion for using the mind–which is often neglected by Christians–to reach the seeker and the doubter. He is resilient, focused, and disciplined.”
Gary R. Habermas
Distinguished Research Professor, Liberty University “I have known Nick Peters for a couple of years and, in spite of several serious physical ailments, he excels at graduate level research, writing, debate/dialogue, and evangelistic efforts with those of other faiths. I commend his ministry.”
Professor of Philosophy at Western Michigan University “Practical apologetics requires more than just knowledge, though it does take that; it also requires wisdom in its application. I am grateful that Nick has both and that he makes time, faithfully, to share that knowledge and wisdom with the wider Christian community.”
Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary “I am very impressed with what I have seen and heard. And during the two hours I was interviewed, Nick Peters was the most informed show host I have ever encountered. I think he knew my book, on which the interview was based, well enough to have been the interviewee himself.”