July 17, 2016
We’re planning a special episode of Ask Science Mike with Biologos. Send in your evolution & Christianity questions using #AskBiologos.
For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: Are gluten allergies on the rise? How do I handle my church teaching my children things I don’t believe? Can non-Christians really love? Do more guns lead to more deaths in America? You're in charge of this program. All you have to do is submit a question using #asksciencemike on Twitter, YouTube, or Soundcloud. You can also submit questions anonymously on asksciencemike.com. The easiest way to get new episodes is to subscribe on iTunes here. Ask Science Mike is made possible by listeners like you. Learn more on our Patreon page. Here are some resources on each answer if you'd like to dig deeper. Are gluten allergies on the rise? Doctors Say Changes In Wheat Do Not Explain Rise Of Celiac Disease Most People Shouldn't Eat Gluten-Free How do I handle my church teaching my children things I don’t believe? First United Methodist Church Costa Mesa The Table OC Can non-Christians really love? Finding God in the Waves Do more guns lead to more deaths in America? 15 Statistics That Tell the Story of Gun Violence This Year Compare These Gun Death Rates: The U.S. Is in a Different World FiveThirtyEight - Gun Deaths In America Guns in America: For every criminal killed in self-defense, 34 innocent people die Why America Still Doesn’t Have Any Good Data on Guns Australia enacted one of the largest gun reforms ever nearly 2 decades ago — and gun deaths plummeted America's gun problem, explained Preproduction by Andrew Galucki. Ask Science Mike is produced by Gregg Nordin. The Ask Science Mike theme song was written, performed, and recorded by Jeb Bodiford. If you need original podcast music, he's your guy. You've got questions, he's got answers. Even though we may not understand he'll talk anyway. You've got problems, he won't solve them, But he'll talk and talk and talk until he's blue in the face. Science, faith, and life - Ask Science Mike.