365 Honest Questions

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Episodes of 365 Honest Questions

Missing Bible verses, Greek gods, and bronze serpents, oh my!
Matthew's account of Jesus' death has a detail no other account has. What's up with that?"Fun with the Apocrypha” and “Solve the World: Part One” are now for sale!
Does the appearance of the first truly red heifer in 2000 years signify the end of days is nigh?
Why did Jesus have to die, and not God the Father?
“Fun with the Apocrypha” by Dante Stack now available as an ebook (or paperback). Order your copy today!
Dante gets himself twisted into a pretzel knot trying to deconstruct Paul's train of thought in Romans 7.
Before delving back into Biblical questions, Dante reflects on 10 takeaways from his year in Russia.
Jesus lived in a certain time and place... does his behavior as a 1st century Galilean show us how to live in every possible human situation?
Dante's concluding thoughts on Biblical henotheism.
Dante offers a warning to himself... and to you.
Do any of these wacky theories affect us at all? Does it change the way we interact with the Gospel? With Jesus? With the whole big shebang???
If Yahweh has been playing a delicate game of chess with the other Elohim, what game plan has the opposition had?
An obscure reference in Daniel to "the watchers" sparks a mesopotamian search for the truth behind the myth.
Is Leviathan a dinosaur, myth, or something more?
Using extra-biblical writings, Dante leaps into the unknown, connecting dots from Nephilim to the Greek pantheon.
Dante wrestles with competing views as to when the book of Daniel was written.
Who are the Elohim that God speaks to in Psalm 82? What part do they have to play in God's plan?
Jesus calls himself the Son of Man. We call him the Son of God. What do these terms mean, and what implications do they bear?
Push aside your angel mythology and preconceptions. The Old Testament gives a different definition to the word 'angel' than we may have suspected. The implications may be vast.
Dante invokes aboriginal monkeys in order to convince guest Pastor Clint Wright that universalism sure seems nice. Why can't we all embrace it?
Dante walks through a 60 hour panic attack he had over the apparent contradiction in Exodus 6.
Psalm 82 has God standing in the midst of the "the gods". What does that mean? The answers lead Dante to insanity, more or less.
Can you come up with a half-decent definition for the kingdom of heaven?
Should we read the Bible with the assumption that we're getting a SUFFICIENT history of the world? Or, is that not the point? And if that's not the point, what stories remain just below the surface?
Werewolves can only be killed by silver bullets. Does faith have an achilles heel?
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