Evangelism - HOW we share our faith

Speaker: Joshua Dool
Westside Church

Posted: Sep 1 2020

In this podcast episode, Joshua Dool talks about how we can share our faith to others by using an engaged, open-ended inquiry approach. As we open, engage and inquire with those around us, we will discover the bad news of people’s stories and help them uncover the truth of the Gospel. The Holy Spirit will use our efforts of sharing and spread the good news if we are willing. Even if we fail, God is sovereign and will continue to work through us if we trust Him.

Is Christianity Arrogant and Exclusive?

Speaker: Shawn Hart

Posted: Aug 29 2020

In this episode, Shawn opens with a brief discussion on truth claims and exclusivity. How does Christianity fair with claims from other religions? It is Shane’s conviction that Christianity invites humanity to step into an intimate relationship with a personal God, and this to him, is what makes Christianity beautiful
  • Truth claims are by definition exclusive
  • When Comparing Christianity to other religions (eg Buddhism and Islam): Only Christianity brings humanity to a personal God 
  • Outline of the Gospel story: An invitation to step into this relationship
  • Q&A: Alanzon joins us in answering questions on suffering, multiculturalism, salvation, and many more

Three Blind Mice: Relativism, Postmodernism, Moralistic Therapeutic Deisim

Speaker: Xandra Carroll

Posted: Aug 26 2020

In this episode, Xandra talks briefly about the historical roots of Relativism, Postmodernism, and Moralistic Therapeutic Deism. How should Christians interact with these worldviews? Xandra goes on to share some personal anecdotes on how she lives out compassion and boldness in her day-to-day

The Veracity, Sublimity, Utility of Apologetics in the 21st Century

Speaker: Alanzo Paul

Posted: Aug 18 2020

In this episode, Alanzo shares with us how his multicultural upbringing informs his views on Apologetics. What is the heart behind Apologetics? Alanzo believes that compassion and respect is key. In the second half of the episode, Alanzo goes through his step-by-step top-down approach of how he reasons the existence of the Christian God. We hope that you'll find this useful!

Going Green: Does conservation make sense without a creator?

Speaker: Xandra Carroll

Posted: July 22 2020

In this podcast episode, Xandra Carroll talks about the differences between the two viewpoints of naturalism and theism and how these viewpoints approach environmental conservation. We will see how God created us to be stewards of His land.  As theists, we should take care of the land and His creation, out of respect for our Creator. 

Earth Keepers

Speaker: Iain Provan
Regent College

Posted: July 7 2020

In this first episode on sustainability, “Earth Keepers”, Iain Provan dives into the meaning of living as a brother’s keeper and how this attitude translates to our work as stewards of the Earth.

Wrestling With the Topic of Hell

Speaker: Shawn Hart
Posted: June 10 2020

This is the third and final episode in a series on suffering, by Shawn Hart titled "Wrestling With the Topic of Hell."

How To Worship in Anguish and Expectation

Speaker: Arran Baird
Paclife Worship
Posted: May 27 2020

This is the second episode in a series on suffering, by Arran Baird from Paclife worship titled "How to Worship in Anguish and Expectation."

Responding to the Problems of Evil and Suffering

Speaker: Alanzo Paul
Posted: May 13 2020

Our first series of podcasts are on the topic of suffering, something experienced by all people. To preface the main topic, Clayton and Jon briefly discuss more about Comagape, and some of the questions heard regularly on UBC Campus.

United in Faith

Speaker: Andy Steiger
2020 Opening Keynote
Posted: April 24 2020

Welcome to the first Comagape Podcast! Over the next few  months we will be posting sessions recorded at our Comagape Christian Conference - we are so excited to share these with you. To kick off the podcast, Clayton and Brielle discuss what the conference is all about and how it started. Then we will dive into the opening keynote by Andy Steiger titled  “United in Faith”.