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THINQ Media (formerly Q Ideas) educates, equips and empowers Christian thought leaders to create conversations that lead to wisdom. We do this through our new digital platform, a podcast network, and a series of regional and national events designed to convene leaders around topics that matter to Christians today. Listen to the THINQ Media Podcast to learn, explore and consider how you can be faithful in our cultural context.
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Are you feeling unsure about how to vote in the upcoming election? In this episode, Michael Wear, Founder of the Center for Christianity and Public Life, discusses how to approach politics faithfully, using the concept of "political homelessness" to describe our current political situation. Listen as he explains how Christians can advocate for what…
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Do you understand the difference between a democracy and a republic? Dave Zanotti, CEO of The American Policy Roundtable interviews political scientist and philosopher William B. Allen about the semantics of our country's governance. Listen in as they help us understand these confusing nuances of the United States’ government, specifically how the …
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Are you aware of your constitutional rights when it comes to exercising your faith? In this episode, Kristen Waggoner, the CEO, President and General Counsel of Alliance Defending Freedom, tells us about her work to protect fundamental freedoms and promote the inherent dignity of people all over the world. Currently, Kristen and her team have two c…
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Does social contagion play a part in young people's gender identity? In today's episode, we’re digging into our content library to share one of our most popular talks that we presented several years ago on the topic of Identity, Teens & Gender. Preston Sprinkle, a biblical scholar, interviews Helena Kerschner, a former transgender man who gives a p…
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Do you know someone who is wrestling with wanting to transition genders? How do we navigate this complicated topic from a biblical worldview? In today’s episode, we’re featuring a talk from Vernadette Broyles, an attorney who has dedicated herself to working against the accelerating gender agenda in our culture. Let’s listen in as she shares about …
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How do we value both male and female? Lisa Bevere, co-founder of Messenger International, helps us put into perspective the history of the LGBTQ movement and how it’s come to undermine how God very uniquely created us to be male and female. Listen in as she shares with bold conviction and encourages us to ask better questions and get informed. Reso…
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“We are not just people who bounce back; we are people who weather storms throughout the entirety of our lives.” In this THINQ episode, author and speaker Rebekah Lyons brings a powerful message on Building Resilience in a time where we continue to see a growing mental health epidemic and the rise of suicide. Listen in as she unpacks the 5 Rules of…
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What does it look like to live a life of true freedom? In this episode, Author and Pastor Jonathan “JP” Pokluda draws us nearer to God and the freedom He has for us. JP brings the hard truth of the gospel and challenges us to submit to God's authority. Listen in as JP tells us about the healing and freedom God intends for us to have and have abunda…
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Do you live in a "fast faith" or a "sacred slow"? Author and speaker Alicia Britt Chole calls out how we’ve normalized being busy and distracted in our culture. But what is that doing to our hearts, minds, and souls? Tune in as she encourages us to embrace boredom, become more attentive to God's presence, and understand He is with us in every momen…
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If you aren't convicted about the small things in your life, will you be convicted about the big things? Revivalist Luke LeFevre gives a unique perspective as a young adult ministry leader about how the next generation is gradually descending into compromise because they don’t realize how far they are from God and His Word. Tune in to this episode …
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Do you believe science has its roots in Christian thought? In this episode, Gabe talks with Dr. Denis Alexander, Emeritus Director of The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion and Emeritus Fellow of St Edmund's College, Cambridge. They discuss what science can and can’t tell us. They also discuss Dr. Alexander’s books, including his latest, Co…
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Since Biblical times, God has used dreams to talk to people. In this episode, Gabe interviews Connie Svob, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology (in Psychiatry) at Columbia University Irving Medical Center and the Whitaker Scholar in Developmental Neuropsychiatry. They discuss the significance of dreams and memories and how they intersect our …
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Is there intelligent life outside of earth? In this episode, Gabe poses this question and many others to Dr. Luke Barnes, a theoretical astrophysicist, cosmologist and postdoctoral researcher at Western Sydney University. Dr. Barnes is a Christian whose faith inspires him in his work to explore God’s unique creation and look for patterns and reason…
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In this episode, Gabe discuss people’s perceptions of God with Dr. Kathryn Johnson, an associate research professor in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University. Dr. Johnson has developed a scale for measuring how people think about God, based on the theory that people generally view God as either authoritarian or benevolent. Listen …
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In this episode, Gabe speaks with Dr. Ian Hutchinson, Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT, about his research in the field of fusion energy and how it relates to his faith in God. As a plasma physicist, Dr. Hutchinson describes the marvels in the universe created by God he’s witnessed through his work. Dr. Hutchinson dispels several…
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Do you remember your very first image or concept of God? Your first thoughts about death and the afterlife? In this episode, Gabe talks to Dr. Melanie Nyhof, a developmental psychologist at Carthage College who conducts cross-cultural developmental research examining the development of religious and cultural concepts. Gabe and Melanie specifically …
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“...in no way could [the theory of evolution] replace, much less undermine, morality,” says Dr. David Lahti, Assistant Professor of Biology at Queens College, City University of New York. In this episode, Gabe has a fascinating conversation with David, covering everything from the learned behaviors of birds and what makes birds happy to why young p…
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In this episode, Gabe interviews Dr. Rosalind Picard, a renowned scientist, inventor, engineer, and member of the faculty of MIT's Media Lab. Rosalind helps us define and understand affective computing and what role empathy, emotion, and human connection have in relation to A.I. and other technologies. They talk about the relational and ethical ten…
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“…the Bible gives us a grounding for what it means for us to be human, but science can give us a bigger window into the mechanics of how we then apply that meaning on a day-to-day basis,” says psychiatrist and author Dr. Curt Thompson. In this episode, Gabe continues our Science and Faith series with Curt, discussing how God has designed our brains…
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“In the United States, we wait for people to bottom out,” says New York Times bestselling author and psychologist Lisa Miller. But she reminds us “we were built for this,” describing how God designed and equipped us with an awakened brain made of three circuits that we can access: We are guided. We are loved and held. And we are never alone. THINQ …
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People seem to be waking up. Awake to God’s heart, to hope and to the possibilities that what we’ve read about in days of old could happen again. Asbury University represents a place where the veil became thin and we want to have a conversation about it and what it may mean for all of us. What God is doing in Asbury wasn’t meant to stay in Kentucky…
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In this episode, Q Ideas president Gabe Lyons reflects on some of the most important moments at our events this year. As the year comes to a close, we've appreciated being able to go back, slow down, and think about some of this year's big ideas. While there are prevailing cultural narratives, as Christians we have a unique place to stand due to ou…
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Technology is forming us. Our longing for relationship makes our devices seem especially alluring, but do they give us what we long for? Moreover, who is technology inspiring us to become? Felicia Wu Song, professor at Westmont University, joins us to talk about these very questions. This episode is the last episode in our 5 part series on characte…
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In one way or another, we've all experienced pieces of the loneliness epidemic in our nation. While there's a myriad of reasons we can attribute this to, professor and author Todd Hall has a keen insight. Perhaps we're in the way of our own success. We seek information when what we need is relational connection. Join us as we talk with Dr. Hall abo…
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