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The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Can Christians “pull the plug” on a dying loved one? Is euthanasia biblical? A conversation with Jackson McNeece

A man with a gloved hand turns off the intravenous drug system to an unconscious patient, symbolic of assisted suicide. Christians wrestling with this issue will want to know: What does the Bible say about euthanasia? © By sudok1/stock.adobe.com

What does the Bible say about euthanasia?

The four chaplains who gave their lives on Feb. 3, 1943, to save hundreds of lives in the sinking of the Dorchester. Image courtesy of the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation at fourchaplains.org.

On this day in Christian history, the “Four Chaplains” gave their lives to save hundreds

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Why we need good Christian shows for kids: A conversation with Minno founder Erick Goss

A man in white shirt holds a megaphone toward the camera. © By Andrey Popov/stock.adobe.com. In the West, Christian persecution can often look like attacks on your belief or character.

When I’m attacked for being a Christian, how should I respond?

A silhouetted woman in a hat stands outside at sunset, her face looking to the side, her hat artistically filled with the sunset. © By primipil/stock.adobe.com

How to practice biblical self-care

Joel Osteen preaching in front of the church band, with his arms outstretched.

What do “Lucky Girl Syndrome,” Zodiac signs, and Joel Osteen have in common?

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Should Christians pursue power? A conversation with David French

Simple line drawings of many kinds of churches signifying how there are so many denominations in Christianity. © By Pictulandra/stock.adobe.com

Why are there so many denominations in Christianity? What denomination is right for me?

FILE - Pope Benedict XVI waves during an audience to newly appointed archbishops, the day after they received the pallium, a woolen shawl symbolizing their bond to the pope, at the Paul VI hall, Vatican, Saturday, June 30, 2012. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)

Amid renewed interest and a new book by Pope Benedict XVI, “God Is Love” is a worthy introduction to his writings

A man holds a baby in his lap, his hands cupped around the child's head, depicting one meaning of being pro-life today. © By Tamara Sales/stock.adobe.com

What does it truly mean to be pro-life today?

A woman holds a Bible open while looking straight ahead. © By pixelheadphoto/stock.adobe.com

Can a woman be a pastor? “40 Questions About Women in Ministry” offers many answers

A mosaic of St. Antony holding baby Jesus from a church in Gjakova, Kosovo. © By Julian/stock.adobe.com

On this day in Christian history, Saint Antony, the father of monasticism, died at 105

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

“The Seven Big Questions”: Searching for God, truth, and purpose with Bruce Miller

A woman prays with hands clasped over a Bible while outside at sunrise. © By Tinnakorn/stock.adobe.com

What does the Bible say about God’s will?

A Christian hymnal in German lies open on a table. © By Claudia Hesse/stock.adobe.com

On this day in Christian history, the first non-Latin hymnal was printed

Urn for cremated ashes in a bed of flowers. What does the Bible say about cremation?

What does the Bible say about cremation?

Happy parents and daughter all laughing together © By Nattakorn /stock.adobe.com | A stock photo for a book review of Habits of the Household

How to parent with grace-filled habits: “Habits of the Household” calls parents to everyday spiritual modeling

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Is the “Respect for Marriage Act” a threat to religious liberty?

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Peace and Christmas: A conversation with Jack Countryman

A Christmas-themed calendar shows December 25 in red numbers. © By ricka_kinamoto/stock.adobe.com

Why we celebrate Christmas on December 25

David, center, and Chandler Booth look at Suzanne Deal Booth as they pose for a photo next to James Naismith's original rules of Basket Ball on display at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art on Friday, March 4, 2011, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Ed Zurga)

On this day in Christian history, the first basketball game was played, a result of James Naismith’s “muscular Christianity”

A well-lit Christmas tree stands outside of the Coliseum in Rome, Italy, at night. © By Matteo Gabrieli/stock.adobe.com

Why do we have Christmas trees? How a “pagan symbol” became an integral part of our Christmas traditions

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

“Death to Deconstruction”: How orthodoxy is radical: A conversation with Joshua S. Porter

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