Why do you believe what you say you believe?

A Faithful Apologetics Podcast

Hey there, I'm Josh, welcome to the site for the show, Seek Podcast.  Matthew 7:8 tells us that  those who ask receive, those who seek, find, and to those who knock the door will be opened.  We are all seeking something, whether it be a better understanding, wisdom, a closer relationship with God, or how to defend and understand why we believe what we say we believe, or just something different than the normal day to day hum drum join me on the show for a few minutes together in scripture while we find what we are seeking.    Full Disclosure-I’m not a preacher, and I've never been to Seminary.  This podcast is just a representation of my thoughts and my beliefs.  I encourage you to follow Acts 17:11 and receive the word with eagerness and search the scriptures daily for yourself. View recent episodes and show notes from each episode below or click here to view the full catalog of episodes. Seek Podcast on Spotify
Mark 10:17-31 The Rich Young Ruler
  •  9/6/2023 08:59 AM

You shall have no other gods before me! What does Jesus's encounter with the rich young ruler tell each of us?

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Genesis 1:1 G.O.S.P.E.L (2-G)
  •  9/2/2020 12:00 AM

The message of the gospel starts with creation. God created all things. He created us to be in relationship and fellowship with Him. Where do the Bible and Science agree and disagree on this?

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John 3:16 G.O.S.P.E.L
  •  8/19/2020 12:00 AM

What is the gospel? Who is it about and who is it for? Where can you find it more about it, when should you share it, and why does it even matter? All good questions, let's dive in.

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  •  7/22/2020 12:00 AM

We hear people called sheep in negative terms, however, Psalm 23 gives us a better idea of what it means to be a sheep in the care of The Good Shepherd. W. Philip Keller wrote a great book called "A Shepherd Looks At Psalm 23" we'll get into some of that book in this episode.

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A quick look at Philippians 4:6-7. How we should deal with anxiety, how to approach God in these times, and receiving the peace that surpasses all understanding.

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