In this episode, Mike Sherrard and Megan Almon delve into the intriguing intersection of 90’s rock music, the philosophical insights of Jordan Peterson, and the profound questions surrounding the arts and their significance.
Megan Almon is a speaker with Apologetics, Inc., and has worked extensively with the Life Training Institute, Summit Ministries, and Stand to Reason. Throughout this episode, we explore the provocative idea proposed by Jordan Peterson that the arts are not just a form of expression but a medium that points toward deeper truths and realities. We also consider the songwriting and spiritual journey of Ed Kowalczyk, lead singer of the band Live, who says beauty is what ended his search for God. Join us as we ponder whether the arts simply mirror society or if they indeed point to something beyond ourselves and what this means for individuals across the spectrum of belief.
It's common for us to read our modern scientific findings into the text of the Bible, but what did the ancient Israelites actually believe about cosmology and the formation of the earth? Did they believe the stars were fiery gas balls millions of miles away, or did they believe they were divine beings? How would a view of a smaller and more compact universe affect the way they looked at culture and meaning? If they had something wrong about science, does that diminish the view of inspiration and inerrancy?
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No. 1 Billboard charting Gospel artist, Anthony Evans joins LAB the Podcast to celebrate the February 23rd release of his latest full length studio album, Revive. Anthony is an acclaimed recording artist, producer, performer and arranger. On this episode we hear stories from behind the album and talk about grief, loss and finding our calling in the midst of it all.
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