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Published by: Glenn Peoples
55 Episodes | First Released: May 22 '08
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DungaDooBaw
Oct 2 '17
Rating:   10
Great podcast; still miss it

This was my go-to podcast for a very long time; I’ve listened to every episode multiple times. I really, really miss it and hope Glenn will return at some point in the future. Erudite, topical, and thought-provoking.

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Allen6256
Nov 16 '15
Rating:   10
A podcast of serious and sound thinking

I first became aware of Glenn Peoples through his appearances on unbelievable. He is a first rate thinker with a vast and deep knowledge of diverse areas encompassing theology, philosophy, and politics. Not only are the subjects he covers fascinating, but the presentation is clear and accessible, and his engaging style will keep you interested. I especially enjoyed the podcasts on the doctrine of hell, presuppositionalism, the moral argument, and divine command ethics. Glenn offers first rate scholarly argument with lively presentation and humor. I cannot recommend this podcast enough. Check it out!

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Mama2boysandadog
Dec 12 '13
Rating:   10
#1 Podcast

Glenn's podcast is fantastic. Absolutely engaging from the first moment, intellectually invigorating, and downright enjoyable the way philosophy and theology should be.

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Nol Good
Sep 5 '11
Rating:   10
Worth a listen or two (or three)

When I first listened to Dr. Glenn's presentation of philosophical insights into the Christian faith I was an angry, arrogant, hard-headed atheist. Now I'm an angry, arrogant, hard-headed Christian! In all seriousness though, this podcast is not only unique in its clever presentation but cleverly unique in how it manages to handle dense information over the course of an hour -a very fast hour- with accessible skill and delivery. I get it! "Say Hello To My Little Friend" is a podcast that will undoubtedly introduce many people to the interesting world of Divine Command Ethics, Presuppositionalism, and deeper insight into the dualism/physicalism debate made that much more fascinating by Dr. Glenn People's deft handle. Makes me feel smart.

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bjbstories
Jul 16 '11
Rating:   10
Love this podcast!

A top notch philosopher with a great personality. I think what defines this podcast for me is Glenn Peoples sharp mind and uncanny commitment to truth and logic

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jmbusher
Feb 6 '10
Rating:   10
Wonderful

Dr. Peoples' presentaions are clear and even-handed. He has made some truly challenging topics in philosophy and theology accessible to a lay person with some undergrad studies in philosophy many years ago. You may find yourself not being perusaded by all of Dr. Peoples' analysis, but he presents his arguments in a thoughtful manner and at the least provides great information on some of the most important topics for all of us to ponder and further explore: the afterlife, God and a rational and moral politics here and now.

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kdub81
Jan 31 '09
Rating:   8
A sharp mind, Smart Christian Podcast

Excellent podcast. I wish he would post more often. Social commentary on Obama is great, especially from someone outside America. Some of the stuff is a little over my head like his Alvin Plantinga stuff, even though I have read a little Bahnsen and should be well equipped to understand.

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AlpacaLips
Jul 14 '08
Rating:   8
One of the best philosophy podcasts

Glenn: Good job. You're thoughtful and present a good case for your positions. You also have a great but subtle sense of humor. I've appreciated the careful thought given to topics throughout the series so far, though I was unconvinced that the passages you cited justified your absolute confidence in annihilationism. Suggestions: (1) You do a great job of exhaustively exploring topics, but perhaps 1/2-hour podcasts would be more accessible than 1-hour podcasts. I find I get more out of the first 1/2-hour than the second, especially since my lifestyle rarely allows me to listen to the whole thing in one sitting. (2) You seriously need to re-brand your podcast; it has nothing to do with guns or Berettas specifically. Were it not for its being in the "philosophy" category, I would have overlooked it entirely. (And almost did anyway.) I'm not appealing to political correctness here (I'm a lifetime NRA member); the branding is just confusing. (3) Your dramatic presentations are fantastic. Do more! (4) After first hearing the "this week in history" segment, I feared it was going to be just boring filler. However, your sense of humor really comes through in this segment in more recent episodes. You should explore that more, throughout the podcast. Yuk it up!

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DeeDeeWarren
Jun 19 '08
Rating:   10
You go Glenn!!!

Your podcast rocks even when it is over my head. And of course, it sounds super-smart because of your cool accent. Seriously, this is a great podcast for the thinking Christian that wants something beyond Jesus love me this I know because the Bible tells me so. Like say.... how are we to live in the world as Christians? How should we think?

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Kelpp
Jun 13 '08
Rating:   10
A new PodCast that's sure to do great things.

As evidenced by his episodes so far, Dr. Peoples has an excellent mind and a real passion for truth and justice. He excels at making important, though sometimes difficult to understand, topics enjoyable to listen to and easier to follow than the usual textbook. He has a very good sense of humor and is a great example of a down to earth, non-stereotypical scholar. I predict this PodCast will become an institution on the Net and that this man will take the philosophical world by storm.

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