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Article | Apologetics, Miscellaneous

Letting God Take the Heat

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Over the last decade as a Stand to Reason speaker, I’ve been yelled at, cursed at, and even threatened. Somehow, though, I haven’t yelled back, cursed back, or threatened anyone. In fact, …

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

Doubting Your Common Sense (May 4, 2016)

Host: Greg Koukl

Commentary: Doubting Your Common Sense (00:00)

Caller Topic: 1. Is gender unrelated to biology? (00:26) 2. Is a Messianic prophecy in Ezekiel problematic? (00:44)

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BlogPost | Apologetics, Theology

Why Would God Create a Massive Universe?


From time to time, an atheist will say to me that the size of the universe is evidence that A) we’re insignificant, and B) it wasn’t created by God (since there’s so much “ …

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BlogPost | Christianity & Culture, Ethics

Questions about Transgender Theories to Consider


On today’s podcast, Greg talks about an article discussing how people who object to radical changes in our society, like transgender bathrooms, are being bullied to abandon their reasonable …

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Article | Apologetics, Student

Debunking the Religious Wars Myth

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“Religion is the cause of most wars,” declared our atheist guest. A few students shot nervous glances at me, hoping I would jump in. I sat there silently, not responding, instead waiting …

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Podcast | Apologetics, Christianity & Culture, Ethics, Theology

#STRask - May 5, 2016

Some have a hard time concentrating during prayer. What do you think of journaling to help stay focused?

What's the best way to explain why God allows bad things to happen?

What are good reasons to …

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