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Article | Apologetics

The Moment of Truth

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When you are faced with the question, here’s how you should respond.

While you’re on the lookout for your moments of truth this year—those brief windows of opportunity God gives …

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Podcast | Apologetics, Christianity & Culture, Miscellaneous, Philosophy, Theology

Nancy Pearcey - Finding Truth (March 17, 2015)

Host: Greg Koukl

Guest: Nancy Pearcey - Finding Truth: Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes (00:00) Commentary: Review of Cinderella Movie (01:00) Commentary: …

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BlogPost | Apologetics, Theology

Christians, You Will Suffer

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I had a brief interaction with an atheist on Twitter a couple of weeks ago that unexpectedly turned to the issue of suffering when she said:

You clearly never had a time you were hurt. I don’ …

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BlogPost | Miscellaneous

No Broadcast Today

Greg's mother-in-law passed away last night so he's taking the day with his family.  

Trova was diagnosed with cancer late last year. "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His …

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Publication | Theology

Misquoting God Part 2 - March 2015

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In this issue of Solid Ground, I show you how to focus on the flow of a Biblical text to understand the meaning. I use passages routinely misunderstood to demonstrate the power of following …

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Article | Philosophy, Science

Weighing a Chicken with a Yardstick

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Can science disprove the existence of the soul? Here Greg deals with advances in computer science and neurology, and the limitations of science.

I received a letter from a listener last week. Some …

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Article | Miscellaneous

The Eternal Consequences of False Ideas

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Brett's monthly letter for October 2007

Dear Friend,

I primarily work out of my home office. But Starbucks is my second office, not only because I love their coffee but because there are three …

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Article | Miscellaneous

Not Making the Social Justice Issue List

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Alan's monthly letter for January 2011

Dear Friend,

It’s trendy to talk about social justice these days. Poverty. Human trafficking. The homeless. These social ills stir up images of helpless …

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