This coming Monday a new podcast will drop that will be one of three podcast which deal with the importance of adolescent religious experiences. It may very well be that popular reasoning that suggest religious experiences are only emotionally driven and not useful to today's post-modern or post-truth world is scientifically wrong. What do you think? Why are so many practitioners in church ignoring, downplaying, any type of religious experiences when the scientific community is suggesting just the opposite? Are we leading by our feelings where cultural relevance proceeds Biblical relevance? Are we ashamed of a God who designed us to be touched by emotions? Do we die on the altar of Descartes? Or do we let modern science lead us to adjust our strategies for developing faith in adolescents? We will explore these questions and more in the upcoming three podcast series: Lethal Faith and Religious Experiences. What do you think?