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Taco Tuesday Theology

9 EpisodesProduced by Danny PowellWebsite

For many, going through life in an increasingly secular world is proving a challenge to navigate. Each week we look at examples taken from modern life and apply the lessons revealed through the Scriptures. The next episode will debut next Tuesday afternoon. Submit your questions now! Support this po… read more

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What Is Love?

August 18th, 2020

17:11

When someone tells you that they love you, what does that person mean? What response is that person expecting? How does that person feel or react when they don’t get that expected response? Relationships are damaged and …

Learning How To Pray

July 12th, 2020

13:03

One Sunday night while we were still dating before getting married, my (now) wife Rachel needed to pray for a friend of hers. Her friend was having …

Why Does God Appear to be "Hidden" When He Has The Power to Reveal Himself?

June 29th, 2020

15:51

As humans in a physical world, we experience and interpret everything through our five senses. That makes knowing and experiencing God limited to what we can perceive through those five senses. The issue with that is …

Why Don't People Who Believe In God Obey His Commands?

June 16th, 2020

15:32

There are many who claim to believe in God. If they really did, why don’t they obey His commandments? Why do they substitute their ideas, desires, …

How Do We Know Christianity Is True?

June 9th, 2020

18:14

How can Christians know their experiences are any more genuine than the Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, or New Ager? 

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How do we deal with friends and family that accuse us of self-righteousness?

June 2nd, 2020

16:34

This week we look at dealing with family and friends that believe we are self-righteous. We approach the question from 3 perspectives, 1) the believer actually does think they are better than everyone else, 2) Other …

How Do We Deal With Voting For the Lesser of Two Evils?

May 26th, 2020

16:28

Every election cycle it seems we are given a choice between one bad candidate or another and we have to hold our nose and vote for the lesser of two …

How Can I Tell If I'm Hearing the Voice of God or Myself?

May 19th, 2020

17:15

In this episode of Taco Tuesday Theology, we examine what it takes to hear from God and especially how to recognize His voice when we do. 

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Introducing Taco Tuesday Theology

May 18th, 2020

0:36

Every week we answer one of your questions from a Biblical worldview.

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