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Deeper Waters Podcast 4/25/2015: Paul Compton

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  • Deeper Waters Podcast 4/25/2015: Paul Compton

    What's coming up Saturday?

    The link can be found here.

    The text is as follows:

    What's coming up Saturday on the Deeper Waters Podcast. Let's plunge into the Deeper Waters and find out.

    Friendship is something special and some friends last a very long time. One such friendship I have is with Paul Compton who I met when I was in Bible College. Later when I went to Seminary, Paul Compton was right there. He helped me and my roommate move in and get situated. Paul afterwards got a job at a church in New Hampshire and took the position up there, but we did stay in touch. In fact, Paul was one of the people that came to Charlotte for my wedding. Knowing about my having Aspergers, when he found out his son Timothy was diagnosed with Aspergers, he made sure to give me a call to see what I had to say. Since he's such a good friend and has a great interest in both apologetics and in autism, then I figured he'd be great to have come on the show to discuss fatherhood and apologetics.

    So who is Paul?

    And according to his own bio.

    Paul A. Compton is a pastor and apologist at Riverside Christian Church in Merrimack, NH. He received his B.A. in Bible from Johnson University (2002) and Master of Arts in Religion from Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, NC (2008). He is an active member of the Evangelical Philosophical Society and the International Society of Christian Apologetics. Paul is also a founding and active board member of iHope International Ministries. In 2012, he was elected to the Town Ethics Committee where he served as Chairman. Paul is blessed with a lovely wife, Elizabeth, and two children (Timothy and Andrew) who encourage and support his service in ministry.
    Paul has also been doing some work, though I understand it has been slowed down, on starting his own organization to raise awareness about autism called "Autism Shouts." Paul is an enjoyable guy to be around who knows his Scripture and philosophy well and he has a sense of humor that you'll thoroughly enjoy, especially if you love puns.

    So what is it like being the father of someone on the spectrum? How does it change the marriage dynamic? If you're someone skilled in philosophy, how does that change your outlook on life? Do you see Aspergers as a hindrance or a blessing or is it some of both? How does Timothy interact with his friends? How does he interact with family? What's it like taking a child with Aspergers to church? What do you think the church could do differently for people who are on the autism spectrum? What advice would you give to parents who just found out that there child is on the Autism spectrum or suspect that their child is on the Autism spectrum?

    I am looking forward to this show. Paul is a good friend who has a good heart for Christ and has been a great friend to Deeper Waters throughout the years. I hope you'll enjoy his company just as much as I do and benefit from what he has to say.

    In Christ,
    Nick Peters
    Last edited by Apologiaphoenix; 04-23-2015, 10:10 AM.

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    still no new podcast on itunes Since march 19th

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      Originally posted by RumTumTugger View Post
      still no new podcast on itunes Since march 19th
      The audio file has to be edited, and I don't have access to a computer with audacity.
      "It's evolution; every time you invent something fool-proof, the world invents a better fool."
      -Unknown

      "Preach the gospel, and if necessary use words." - Most likely St.Francis


      I find that evolution is the best proof of God.
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        We're still working on it.

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        • #5
          Speaking of audio, this might interest you, Nick: http://feenphone.com/

          It was created by a radio host I listen to (who also posts his shows as podcasts) and iirc, it's covered by a bipcot nogov license (freely usable by anyone but governments).

          "Fire is catching. If we burn, you burn with us!"
          "I'm not going anywhere. I'm going to stay here and cause all kinds of trouble."
          Katniss Everdeen


          Christ our Passover has been sacrificed for us. Therefore let us keep the feast.

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          • #6
            This looks really good. Thanks!

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