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Alan discusses the difference between correlation and causation regarding brain patterns and transgenderism.
Here's my response to this week's challenge: 0:07 If Christianity were true, enlightened 0:09 countries would believe it.
This year, don't just say you're pro-life; do something. Here's a list of ideas for things you can do in 2017 to help stop the killing.
Alan explains how his recent failure to convince an abortion-choice advocate helps us rethink how we measure success.
Even if you persuasively and graciously share the truth and the person rejects your point, I’d still say you succeeded 100%. This is why.
How do we know that what Paul wrote still applies to us today?
Treat your gay friends the same way you would treat your heterosexual friends in similar circumstances.
Rather than complain that I’m being persecuted, I’ll consider it pure joy whenever I face any trial because I’m sharing in the sufferings of Christ.
Alan draws upon a component of Jesus’ ministry to help believers transform their relationships with people they disagree with.
You may have noticed a trend in my work this year: truth and compassion. I’m constantly using that language when I write and speak on topics ranging from Islam, abortion, homosexuality, and recently transgenderism. I often subtitle my talks “truth and compassion” or write about the importance of incorporating those elements into whatever I teach. Am I out of ideas? Do I lack originality? I don’t think so. Rather, I emphasize these two ideas because that’s what I see in Jesus’ ministry.