August 3, 2009

Hank shares on the CRI commitment to creating a Christ-centered apologetics community. Appropriate are the words of Apostle Paul being all things to all men (1 Cor. 9:22). Hank shares on the commitment of Isaac Newton to consistently questioning the nature of matter, place, time, and motion to slog his way to knowledge. He read over again Descartes’ Geometry to master its complexities. He discovered the law of gravity by thinking of it constantly. This applies to the Christian who is called to love God with heart, soul, and mind. We are to nurture critical thinking.

If we compare the world of social media to an ecosystem, we are in a jungle. It is filled with beast and beauties. We can hate or harness this jungle.


  • Bible teaches we desire to do wickedness. How do we know the difference between our wicked desires and demonic temptations? (9:09)
  • Principalities, powers, and rulers in Ephesians 6 concerns struggles with humans and not spirits? (12:29)

Interview with Randall Niles

  • What is Web 2.0 and the word of mouse? (21:37)
  • Explain why we need to be passionately involved in Web 2.0 and harnessing social media (23:23)
  • Using social media like Twitter to communicate something edifying to others (28:08)
  • Address the danger of using impersonal technology particularly when we are not bringing people into the community of faith (30:14)

Questions (Continued): 

  • Since we fall under grace, and Jesus came to fulfill the Law, how do the Old Levitical Laws minus the sacrificial laws apply today? (39:53)
  • If God gave David polygamous relationships, i.e. many wives, how can we call it a sin?(46:03)