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Each week you can receive and experience the Podcast Seminary newsletter, absolutely free, including all of the major released content produced by our organization and Dean, Dr. Freddy Cardoza.
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Find this video at: https://www.youtube.com/c/podcastseminary

Our view of human nature dictates how we will view ourselves and others. Human nature helps us understand the world and ourselves, and our relationships.

It also helps us do a better job of living, choosing, and behaving in ways that benefit us and help us survive, have success, and have significance.

Human nature is often misunderstood and that negatively affect us and others. Take a look to see why, in our How to Have a Clear Conscience Series.
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Why Do You Behave the Way You Do? In Podcast Seminary's "How to Have a Clear Conscience" Series (Part 1 of 8), we'll learn the secrets of human nature and behavior.

A key part of human behavior is the conscience. The conscience is often misunderstood, reviled, and attacked. Yet it is the soul's automatic warning system to keep us from danger and out of trouble-- if we listen to it, and if it isn't broken.

The conscience is responsible to protect us from ourselves and to guide us in our interactions with others.

In this first session of an 8-part series, we will begin to understand our conscience from a biblical perspective, starting with "human nature" and how the Christian view of human nature is different than other views-- and why it matters.

We'll learn that how we think about ourselves makes all the difference
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A tour of Studio B Los Angeles, Podcast Seminary HQ.

This is the studio I'm currently recording my Podcast Seminary audio courses (http://www.podcastseminary.com/discover/courses/). These courses equip Christians in a biblical worldview and Christian discipleship.

I currently use three studios, but this is the most formal studio. Look here to see Studio C Los Angeles (https://youtu.be/iQ1GKX2s_og). This is Studio B Los Angeles, and my other home location has changed locations and looks, but I have still photos from my home studio some time back, if you'd like to see it as it was (https://www.flickr.com/photos/ileadit/albums/72157651784427826).

The video begins with a few still images that highlight a few features of the studio, then I narrate a short tour by video.

Thanks for watching! To see the resources I produce here and elsewhere, check out the following:

My Podcast: www.podcastseminary.org
My Blog/Website: www.podcastseminary.com
My Vlog: www.podcastseminary.net
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In the final episode of our Enjoy the Ride Series, Dr. Freddy Cardoza, Dean of Podcast Seminary, explores how Christianity is a counter-culture movement in today's world.
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God is an eternal being. And with Him, everything is ‘present tense’ in the sense that He is not bound to the limits of earthly chronological time.
God is not subject to time and space. God is not “in” time, but created it. He stands outside of time, which is why He is called the “Ancient of Days”— so God is a Being who cannot age, but is Ageless.
Lots of life’s challenges threaten us because there are things happening in other places or in the future—or that even happened in the past—that we were not able to control.
God sees everything in present tense—past, present, and future. God is in each of these places, in every square inch of reality, which should give us complete confidence and security.
A basic truth about God’s being everywhere all the time (omni-present) is the dual truth of what is called “transcendence-immanence.” Saying that God is transcendent means he is other worldly and outside time. But God is also Immanent—with us, and everyone, intimately, now and at all times. The wonder and beauty of this truth rests in the fact that, in our personal dilemmas and need, God is with us and able to help—if we call on Him.
These and other truths await in this important discussion on God’s nature. Watch to learn more!
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God’s knowledge is without limits and infinitely expansive. God knows everything actual and possible. God is never caught unawares or flat-footed. God has allowed human free will which can complicate life for us… but is incapable of thwarting God’s plan.
In this session we learn more about the great Mind of God and how His knowledge exploits evildoers and exalts good, working everything into His plan for us and our lives.
Life can be hard. But it’s made harder when we don’t know how God works. It’s time to get it right. Check out this critical discussion of the Knowledge of God.
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God loves us. We must accept that truth, and move on.

One of the most important things to settle in the Christian life is the issue of God's love. Specifically, it is crucial that we accept the truth that God is "fundamentally 'good.'"

God's goodness does not mean nothing bad will ever happen to you. We live in a broken world with broken people, so bad choices and free will sometimes go together. But how do we make sense of it all?

In this session we will talk about how God's love works, then learn how to take steps forward in our spiritual lives, in spite of the fact that life can be confusing.
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3 Steps to Make Men of Mice. The latest Podcast Seminary audio podcast! This session is to challenge us not to fear, but to overcome it with courage.
Throughout scripture, God says it again, and again, and again—Fear Not; Be Not Afraid, Be Strong and Courageous, and other similar phrases— a few hundred times, in fact. So it’s clear that God doesn’t want us to be afraid.
But how do we overcome debilitating fear? Important tips are presented in this special episode at http://ow.ly/9Yl130cBnDc
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God is sovereign. He is “over all” and in control. We trust Him not only because things always go right, but in spite of the fact that things go wrong. Because of this, God is the creator, ruler, sustainer, and judge of the universe. And as such, He is able. When life hits you mercilessly, trust the theological truth of God’s sovereignty—which means He can handle it. Learn more in this important session, part 3 of an 8 part series on the Doctrine of God.
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