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TruthXchange Podcast

TruthXchange

The unique podcast where we do cultural apologetics all through the lens of oneism and twoism. This lens is based on Romans 1:25, "They have exchanged the truth of God for the lie, worship and serve creation rather than the Creator who is blessed forever..."

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Metaverse and the Image of God
Jun 3 2022
Metaverse and the Image of God
Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”
Metaverse and the Image of God
Jun 3 2022
Metaverse and the Image of God
Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”
Transgenderism: The Theft of Children's Identity
May 27 2022
Transgenderism: The Theft of Children's Identity
Mary and Joshua team up to discuss the outline of Mary's talk for the upcoming sympossium. The discussion covers grooming, pronouns, education, and more!Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”
Special Guest, Carl Teichrib: Divine Identity Theft
May 20 2022
Special Guest, Carl Teichrib: Divine Identity Theft
Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”
Special Guest, Andrea Williams: Stolen Identity: Law and Personhood
May 13 2022
Special Guest, Andrea Williams: Stolen Identity: Law and Personhood
Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Online Symposium. “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.” “What are your pronouns?” “How do you identify?” These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?” Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior. At TruthXchange we are excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity. Speakers: Stephen Chavura - Identity and The Modern Self Pamela Frost – “The Enneagram and Identity” Peter Jones – “Sexual Identity” Emilio Ramos- "The Spirituality of the Meta-universe and Personal Identity” Mark Robinson – "Contemporary Education and the Shaping of Identity” Samuel Sey - "Identity and Intersectionality" Eowyn Stoddard - "The Stolen Identity of the Modern Woman " Carl Teichrib – “The Rising Global Spirituality and the Search for Personal Identity” Mary Weller – “Transgenderism Movement” Andrea Williams – “Law and Personhood”
Stolen Identity: Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society
May 6 2022
Stolen Identity: Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society
Mark your calendar for September 26th through the 30th, TruthXChange’s 2022 Symposium in the month of September: “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society.”“What are your pronouns?”  “How do you identify?”  These current cultural questions are a restatement of one of the oldest questions of the human race: “Who am I?”  Today’s answers carry a beguiling temptation to define ourselves by looking within, whereas the older version implies that we should look outside ourselves, asking our Creator to tell us what we need to know. Whether in the Church or the White House, at home or in our nation’s schools, many in our culture, including Christians, are facing an identity crisis. If we fall prey to the deceptive influences that tear us away from our ties to our Maker, Creator and Savior.At TruthXchange we are  excited to present our latest symposium, “Stolen Identity: The Theft of the Binary in Contemporary Society,” will remind Christians that the only place we can safely ground our identity is in God, in the binary truth of Twoism, where God and the creation are distinct and where distinction is a good thing for our identity.
Still Time to Care About the Whole Gospel: A Review of Greg Johnson's "Still Time to Care."
Mar 4 2022
Still Time to Care About the Whole Gospel: A Review of Greg Johnson's "Still Time to Care."
Mary, Peter, and Joshua discuss Greg Johnson's book "Still Time to Care." We focus on the importance of God the creator as the bedrock for how the church can be faithful in practice of worship, apologetics, and gospel ministry.Dr. Peter Jones' review is here at  further reading, please visit us at www.truthxchange.com
The Importance of the Home
Dec 3 2021
The Importance of the Home
This week we wrap our discussion of patriarchy and gender. We focus in on noisy quiet times, the single life, and the so called idolatry of family.
Family Values
Nov 26 2021
Family Values
Rebecca Jones joins us as we continue the discussion about gender roles in family and society. Some of the questions in this episode: Why is there a breakdown of the family unit? Why are young people resisting marriage and having children? Are men and women simply interchangeable? Should a woman do everything a man can do?
Patriarchy and Cosmology
Nov 19 2021
Patriarchy and Cosmology
In this episode the truthXchange team picks up where they left off: Discussing the now controversial topic of patriarchy. Is it good for families, churches, and other public institutions?  How do we think about the abuses of patriarchy? Can an ideology so often tied to misogyny and the devaluation of women actually promote true human flourishing? Listen as we cover these important questions and address these issues further in our latest episode.
Male and Female is "Very Good"
Nov 12 2021
Male and Female is "Very Good"
Is there a link between our spirituality and how we view sex and gender roles?  Is gender really all that important? This week the truthXchange team gathers to discuss why we’re made male and female, why God said that was very good, the beauty of those distinctions, and how altering our understanding of them alters our witness in the world.For more resources, please visit us at www.truthXchange.com
Gender Books pt 2
Nov 2 2021
Gender Books pt 2
In October, parents in Florida filed a lawsuit against their gender confused daughter’s middle school and board because the administrators had moved forward with sexually transitioning their child without their knowledge or permission. This may seem shocking, but education and activist groups have stated clearly that parents are a liability to students if they do not immediately affirm gender confusion. This week, Joshua and Mary discuss a final children’s book used to confuse kids about gender binaries, and the model school district policy documents used to to assist schools in shepherding kids into transition, while keeping parents in the dark.
Gender Books
Oct 25 2021
Gender Books
Thousands of our nation’s students now have access to books that use the power of beautiful art and imaginative stories to re-educate kids against creational norms, Biblical Twoism, and truths about sex and gender. This time on the truthXchange podcast, Mary Weller and Joshua Gielow read several books being distributed for free in schools across the country for use with public school students as young as 4. Listen as we review these top books being provided to children, often without parental consent or knowledge.  This curriculum is already having an impact on the culture, and therefore our families, and will for years to come.  Join us and learn how to see the messages in these stories, and how to build your children and communities up with healthy, Biblical truth.
The Pagan Agenda
Oct 22 2021
The Pagan Agenda
Join us today for part 5 of this classic teaching series from Dr. Peter Jones. A Historical Perspective on Paganism surveys early Greek Western culture migrating to the East and syncretizing with many of the religions and gods and goddesses. This is crucial in understanding what makes the historical Christian faith stand apart from all the other religions. According to the Christian proclamation, we do not find God by turning within, but find that God has revealed Himself in the person of Jesus the Christ. This audio series was recorded in 1998 and has some distortion.
Gender and the Gospel: The Beauty of Distinction in a Culture of Confusion
Oct 18 2021
Gender and the Gospel: The Beauty of Distinction in a Culture of Confusion
This presentation compares the lesser-known realities of “gender transition journeys” and trans-activism with the biblical and scientific reality of who we are as essentially gendered people. This conflict of ideas affects our young. How and why should believers speak truth in love about this sensitive and emotional topic?
Paganism: All Religions Are One?
Oct 15 2021
Paganism: All Religions Are One?
Join us today for part 4 of this classic teaching series from Dr. Peter Jones. The Pagan Agenda is wrapped up in obliteration of distinctions specifically the Creator and creation and of male and female. This audio series was recorded in 1998.
Thaddeus Williams: First Things First: Evangelism in the Age of Social Justice
Oct 11 2021
Thaddeus Williams: First Things First: Evangelism in the Age of Social Justice
It has become trendy to identify social justice as a “Gospel issue,” or even as “the heart of the Gospel.” If we do not rally behind this or that social justice cause we are told we suffer from an incomplete or truncated Gospel. How can we contend for the faith once for all entrusted to the saints in this cultural moment? How do we evangelize in the age of social justice?
Describing Paganism
Oct 8 2021
Describing Paganism
Do not forget that the fundamental contrast has always been, is still, and will be until the end: Christianity and Paganism, the idols or the living God.–Abraham KuyperJoin us today for part 3 of this classic teaching series from Dr. Peter Jones. We’ll examine the classic definitions and descriptions of paganism, as well as neo-paganism in today’s contemporary culture. You’ll hear the story of how Dr. Jones began using the term one-ism, and how he navigated a discussion about paganism with one of his children. This audio series was recorded in 1998.
Racism—A Failure of Faith, Hope, and Love
Oct 4 2021
Racism—A Failure of Faith, Hope, and Love
Mark Robinson: Racism—A Failure of Faith, Hope, and Love. Simply put, racism is a form of partiality that falls short of the law of neighbor love. As such, it is an ancient sin that doesn’t require new modern categories to understand and address but a continual, fresh recognition that our commonality and solidarity is grounded in realities (i.e. the image of God) that transcend humanly defined notions of race.
Three Rejections of the 60s
Oct 1 2021
Three Rejections of the 60s
What are the three rejections of the 60s, and how did they contribute to what the Church faces today? Three Rejections of the 60s is part two of a 9 part series. The audio was recorded in 1998. There are a couple of moments where there is some distortion spots that lasts for 15 seconds. Join us over the next few weeks as Dr. Peter Jones explores a revival of paganism in American culture. Dr. Jones will tackle various points of paganism, the historical perspective of paganism and trace the history of how Christian America “switched religions.” The accompanying music was a production of Dr. Peter Jones.
The Social Justice Religion
Sep 27 2021
The Social Justice Religion
Jon Harris traces the history of social justice derivatives and how they parallel an Augustinian construction of confession, conversion, and a liturgy of praise and penance. It will also examine how social-justice-driven political movements have syncretized with Christianity and other religions. The main case study will be the Black Lives Matter movement. The conclusion will briefly demonstrate how synchronizing with social justice derivatives compromises Christian doctrine.