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Article | Apologetics, Student

Not Just Any Ol' God

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Brett's monthly letter for August 2014

In July, I took the leaders and students of Lutheran Church and School of Messiah in Grand Junction, Colorado, to the radically different culture of Berkeley, …

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Podcast | Apologetics, Bio-Ethics, Christianity & Culture, Ethics, Miscellaneous, Philosophy, Theology

Was Hitler a Christian? (August 12, 2014)

Host: Greg Koukl

Commentary: What about Tattoos? (00:00) Commentary: Was Hitler a Christian? (01:00) Commentary: The Lost Cultural Understanding of Manhood (02:00)

Caller/topic: 1. Is contraception …

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BlogPost | Apologetics

Webcast Tuesday

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Ask your question. Share a piece of your mind. Call with your question or comment at (855) 243-9975, outside the U.S. (562) 424-8229. Today 4-7 p.m. PT. Greg is live on the broadcast.  …

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BlogPost | Apologetics, Philosophy

Challenge: There Is No Soul

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In a post titled “10 Reasons Why Christianity Is Wrong,” the #6 objection is that “There is no soul”:

The evidence for physicalism—that the mind is the brain— …

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Article | Ethics, Theology

Does God Try?

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It seems to me that if we hold that God can be trying to speak to someone, but some human limitation gets in His way, then we have to accept as valid the same objection against the authority of …

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Article | Miscellaneous

My Most Controversial Teaching

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Alan's monthly letter for February 2011

A man shouted at me during my presentation: “I vehemently disagree with you!” It was the first time in my six years of teaching on controversial …

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Article | Miscellaneous

You're Making Me Uncomfortable

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Brett's monthly letter for August 2010

Dear Friend,

It was past midnight and we were talking theology. It was a mix of high schoolers, college students, and adults, gathered in the cramped kitchen …

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