Listen to recent episodes of The Humble Skeptic podcast
If faith is blind, then what makes one belief better or worse than any another? And if it’s just a leap in the dark, why should anyone feel obligated to believe anything at all? On this podcast, Shane Rosenthal asks questions of this kind as he talks with authors and scholars from all over the world in order explore the beliefs and ideas that shape our lives. Recent topics include, “Is Faith Irrational?,” “Is Faith Blind?,” “Is Faith a Feeling?,” “Faith & Certainty,” “Faith & Proof,” and “Proof of The Gospel.”
“I just finished listening to The Humble Skeptic podcast. It’s excellent! I loved the interviews, the personal storytelling and the investigational aspect. It’s a great way to explain the ‘humble skeptic’ concept. I also loved the artistic aspect, the use of music, etc. The broadened appeal should help to generate a wide audience.”
—Brandon Kimber, director of The American Gospel.
“This podcast is really well done! In fact, I decided to play the first minute of the pilot episode to open up a lecture at Wheaton College on Contending for the Truth in an age of Radical Subjectivism.”
—John Dickson, host of Undeceptions.
Shane Rosenthal’s new Humble Skeptic podcast is highly informative, but also fun to listen to. This is a great resource for believers and skeptics alike!”
—Adriel Sanchez, host of Core Christianity.
“Shane Rosenthal’s Humble Skeptic podcast is superb! I was drawn in th the subject matter and narration of the first episode and am looking forward to hearing what’s next. Humble Skepticism—what a concept!”
—Michael Horton, host of White Horse Inn and professor at Westminster Seminary California.
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—David Zahl, author of Seculosity.
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—R. Scott Clark of the Heidelcast and professor at Westminster Seminary California.