The Boundless Show with Lisa Anderson
April 18, 2019

The World Without Christ: Episode 585

49:33 – 

Feeling alienated at church, plus what the world would be like without Christianity, and how to beat the Easter “blahs.”


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The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Church Hurt

20:02 – 

Tannera had a hard time going to church because as a single woman she didn’t feel like she fit in.  M.T. experienced the same, and now as a married man sees hurts from both sides of the relational fence. George is a pastor who gives insight on how we can approach our pastors if singles’ issues are being ignored. Feeling hurt and left out by your church is a topic we hear about from listeners all the time, so we devote this week to talking about church hurt, healing, and how to fit into an environment that is overwhelmingly geared toward families.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

The World Without Christianity

21:26 – 

You seriously do not want to go there, but just try imagining what the world would be like without Christianity. Jeremiah Johnston paints the picture from history up until now, explaining the realities of civilization pre-Christ, plus the immense good that’s been done in the name and power of Jesus. What did Jesus do for the poor, slaves, women and other marginalized groups? What is He doing today? See with fresh eyes the supernatural influence of the God-Man who walked among us and is still at work today.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Escaping the Easter “Blahs”

4:48 – 

She’s a little lonely and depressed, and isn’t really getting into the “Easter spirit” this year. Much of it is because her faith seems so “blah.” Lisa weighs in, explaining why so many might be in the same boat, and offering ideas for recapturing joy during this holy holiday. 

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