Episode 63: Brokenness, Faith and Skepticism w/Shane Rosenthal

My guest, Shane Rosenthal of The Humble Skeptic, and I discuss what true biblical faith looks like, how misunderstanding that brings brokenness, and how a healthy skepticism and the Gospel bring healing to that brokenness as we wrestle with our faith to grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ.


Shane Rosenthal is the founder and host of The Humble Skeptic podcast. Though he was raised in a Jewish home he became an atheist at a young age, but later in college he ended up losing faith in atheism and converted to Christianity. Shane was one of the creators of a national radio broadcast called the White Horse Inn, which he also hosted from 2019 to 2021, and he has written numerous articles for a variety of sites and publications, including Modern Reformation, Core Christianity, Table Talk, Logia, The Heidelblog and others. Shane also contributed a chapter to the book, Defending the Faith, ed. by Michael Horton. He received an B.A. in Humanities from Cal-State Fullerton, and an M.A. in Historical Theology from Westminster Seminary California.

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Episode 63: Brokenness, Faith and Skepticism w/Shane Rosenthal
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