In this very spontaneous and spur of the moment Special Episode, Rev. Todd Lattig addresses a very serious, moral issue that is staring us all in the face. Using Scripture put into context as a guide, it becomes clear that God is calling us to take a stand against injustice.
This is a supplement of Episode 16a | Special Episode: Jesus for Atheists. It is the audio version of the Rev. Todd R. Lattig’s essay, “A Response to ‘Atheists for Jesus'”, which was written as a response to Richard Dawkins.
This is a Special Episode of Life-Giving Water Messages, where Rev. Todd R. Lattig engages in a discussion with Rev. Salvatore Seirmarco on Dr. Richard Dawkins’ column, “Atheists for Jesus” found in his anthology book entitled, Science in the Soul.
- Click here to read Rev. Todd R. Lattig’s essay, “A Response to ‘Atheists for Jesus'”.
- This has also been published as an Episode 16b | Supplement: A Response to Atheists for Jesus” for those who would prefer to listen to the essay as opposed to read it.
- Click here for an excellent, indepth podcast by The Sinnergists on the historical context of 1st Century Judaea.
- This includes a discussion of the Roman Empire, Roman Occupation of Judaea/Palestine, and why the earliest Christian community utilized the language that it did (e.g. “gospel”, Son of God, Savior, etc.). DISCLAIMER: The Sinnergists are NOT affiliated with Life-Giving Water Messages or with Rev. Todd Lattig; however, this is one of the best historical contextualizations of Jesus’ and the earliest Christians’ time-period. The discussion starts following the introductions at around 10 minute in.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-f3i8u-8f1691In this special episode of Life-Giving Water Messages, entitled “The Road Forward to Eden”, Rev. Todd Lattig discusses a personal struggle with the hope of GIVING HOPE to all who find themselves struggling. Through our weaknesses, Christ is strong.
• Click here to see the Rev. Todd Lattig’s YouTube video testimonial heard in this episode.
• See Charles’ Courtyard, named after Charles Wesley here.