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Many people think all religions are equally true, but this isn't possible. Here's why.
Does saying "God did it" short-circuit thinking and curiosity?
Skeptic Bart Ehrman says to those who deny Jesus existed, "It makes you look foolish."
Greg shares how any Christian - no matter their skills - can play a part in making disciples of all nations.
Porn isn't a problem, it's an epidemic. Here are suggestions for steps the church can take to lead the way in fighting back.
Listen to some music by Good Little Giants and hear what the lead singer has to say about suffering.
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September 29, 2016
In 4 min. or less, Greg answers questions on transgender name and pronouns, discipleship resources, and starting conversations
September 28, 2016
Greg discusses a report from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; callers ask about dealing with same-sex attraction and the love of God.
Imagine a woman telling you, “I’m transgender. Please call me Michael.” What do you do? Here's how to answer with truth and compassion.
Solid Ground | Apologetics | August 24, 2016
Just like God’s rational nature grounds rational truth and His moral nature grounds moral truth, God’s aesthetic nature is the grounding of aesthetic truth.
article | Apologetics | September 19, 2016
Who taught you how to interpret the Bible? I bet I can guess your answer: no one. When it comes to God’s Word, though, isn’t it critical we strive to correctly understand it?
article | Theology | September 1, 2016