Our understanding of ourselves and our place is nature is rooted in our understanding of origins, according to our guest, Dr. Tim Standish. He discusses that while there is a tension, there is also an agreement that exists between the very best of science and the claims of scripture.
While ancient philosophies differed in their ideas of origins, none offered any real hope for the future. Dr. Standish reveals one common belief amongst them. Find out how our understanding of origins informs our understanding of what happens in the future.
The medical community admits that it is not doing well with treating depression. Improving your EQ is a step towards coping better. Join us today as we explore some biblical case studies in emotional intelligence. There is hope. There is a way out.
You know about IQ - but EQ? EQ measures how you respond to your own and others emotions.Our guest, Dr. Nedley reveals that how happy and successful you are is directly related to your EQ. Gain practical insights into how you can improve your EQ today.
We do not often choose our stress but we can choose how to deal with it. When dealing with stress there is a difference between just feeling better and actually coping better. Dr. Nedley gives practical steps to deal with the relentless stress of life.
In this thought provoking interview with Dr. Nedley, we begin our discussion by discovering the function of the frontal lobe and transition to how stress and anxiety relate to each other and their impact on depression.
In light of inconsistencies exhibited in the lives of Christians, what does it really mean to follow Jesus? What hope is there for the Christian who fails to properly reflect Jesus? Join us for this episode as we go beyond the questions.