Stardust: How "ultimate values" shed light on a faith community, and why trust is better than belief
April 20th, 2022
1 hr 14 mins 19 secs
About this Episode
Confusing informational trust with relational trust can lead to all kinds of trouble. Steve and Nathan talk about how seeing the cracks and seams in the bible can deal a blow to our faith, or how it can change it for the better. Is there more to the Bible than Biblical Scholarship and data? Is there more to the stars than atoms and molecules?
- Rocks have been tumbled, results were underwhelming.
- Steve is TikTok Famous
- Nathan would not deal well with fame
- Welcome @Maklelan fans!
- Nathan doesn't understand Geopolitics
- Steve thinking about money, recruiters gives Nathan an idea
- It's not personal, it's business:
- Looking for ultimate values in faith groups is revealing.
- Nathan continues contra-certainty crusade
An idol is usually a good thing that we make ultimate. We say, "Unless I have that, I am nothing."— Timothy Keller (@timkellernyc) February 16, 2014
- Book: The Sin of Certainty by Peter Enns Trust vs. Certainty
- Hebrews 11:1
- Data over Dogma
- Discovery of disease spread though water
- What stars are made of
- Catholic Bible different from Protestant Bible
- All scripture is useful for…
- If I know all things but have not love….
- Jesus rebukes biblical scholars for getting priorities wrong: Matthew 23:23-24
- Common Book of Prayer
- Book: Faith After Doubt by Brian McLaren
- Greatest Command: Matthew 3:36-40
- Possible geographic errors in Mark?
- Genitive vs. Dative
- Morocco mosque
- Phil 2:6-11
- Video: Raiders of the Lost ark
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