Daniel Mynyk

Abortion Fiction: Part 2 – The Pro-Life Bible and Early Church

In this episode we continue our response to John Irving’s article for the New York Times that attempts to bash pro-life advocates over the head with a history lesson. Irving claims that colonial America was actually friendly to abortion practices. Before we examine the colonial period we look at Scriptures against abortion. Then, we observe…

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Abortion Fiction: Part 1 – Men in Power

In this episode we begin to respond to an opinion piece written by John Irving for the New York Times. We put Mr. Irving’s reasoning to the test of logic and fact and show how his references to “men in power” and “modern diagnostic ultrasound” contradict the very premises on which he bases his idea…

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Dark Humor in the Bible

Prepare to be simultaneously shocked and entertained as we look at some examples of dark humor in the Bible. How many sermons have we heard tackling these rather unsettling portions of Scripture with a little embarrassment or cringing? Since the Word of God is pure and holy, we have to understand that God has a…

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Revenge of the Extroverts

To relieve possible tension from you extroverts who may have been ruffled by the previous episode, we allow extroverts to voice their own advantages over introverts. We hope extroverts will appreciate this modest attempt to bow down to some ways in which you are superior to introverts. Remember: this episode and the last one are…

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Six Superpowers of Introverts

Introverts rise! I, Daniel Mynyk, the host of Truthspresso hereby admit that I am an introvert. I embrace the term as an accurate description of part of my personality. In this episode, we push against conventional wisdom. We contend that being an introvert can actually give us some advantages over extroverts in society. We may…

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