Interpretations All the Way Down
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011

You say poTAto, I say POtato. Can both pronunciations be correct? When it comes to life, how do we know if we are correctly interpreting life or are we just sharing our mixed up opinion of thoughts and ideas?

 
Einmal ist Keinmal
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011

The German phrase: Einmal is keinmal is translated “one time is no time.” It’s an idiomatic expression that means if something happens only once, it really doesn’t matter. Does this mean that our one shot at life on this earth is meaningless?

 
The Superstitions of Science
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011

If something is considered science, does it become sacred? Is it wise to assume that science has the last word on everything? Cliff examines the superstitions and the sacrosanctity of science in this program.

 
Guilty As Sin
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011

Opinions may differ on what is right and wrong but we all agree there is a difference. Is there any hope for humanity when the Bible says that “all have sinned.”? (Romans 3:23) Cliff shares how the guilt of our dirtiest sins can be forgiven.

 
Law and Freedom
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011

Our universe relies on morals. We have an opportunity to choose what is right and wrong. Millennia ago, Satan contested that we really don’t have the freedom to choose God’s law.

 
What Aristotle Got Wrong
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011

Cliff explains how one of the world’s greatest minds got it all wrong. This program is part of the “Philosophy of Faith series.”

 
What Aristotle Got Right
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011

Cliff explains why he believes one of the world’s greatest minds was really onto something. This program is part of the “Philosophy of Faith series.”

 
The Enormous Radio
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011

 
Satin Romeo
 

Cliff! / January 01, 2011