After evaluating status updates from some social networking site (which shall remain nameless), Mark Pierson comes on board to play "The Predicable PhD Student."
In a debate, Sam Harris uses the question of theodicy as a proof that God doesn't exist. In doing so, does he find himself climbing a ladder? We also play "church sign and bumper sticker theology."
In today's edition of Table Talk Radio allows time for two rounds of the predicable pastor and a round of Table Talk Jeopardy.
After our TTR Listeners endure another session with Lumpy, we crunch your favorite praise songs, "All in All" and "Grace Alone."
The hosts of Table Talk Radio begin in a faceoff to decide the new sound of Table Talk Radio. Then after answering a couple emails, we play "Which Ladder" with the DVD "The God Who Wasn't There," a praise song and Joyce Meyer.
After answering listener email about the resurrection debate, Pastor and Evan spend the rest of the show playing Bible Bee with the sensation, Pastor Jared Melius of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church in Denver, CO.
After a short game of the praise song cruncher, Pastor and Evan welcome seminary graduate Mark Pierson to give his remarks on Dr. Price's arguments during his recent debate with Dr. Scaer on the Resurrection of Christ.
Table Talk Radio embarks on a brand new game called "Name that Logical Fallacy," before talking with Chris Rosebrough about his recent debate with Doug Pagitt of Emergent Church about the doctrine of hell.
For this edition of Table Scraps, we are joined by Vicar Mark Pierson of University Lutheran Chapel in Los Angeles, CA (located at UCLA) to discuss the documentary by Bill Maher entitled "Religious."
With special guest Chris Rosebrough, curator of The Museum of Idolatry, A Little Leaven.