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The Bible paints a positive picture of sex and marriage, explaining how we were created to flourish, and then forbids everything outside that design.
In Christianity, salvation is a gift rather than a reward for works. Alan shares why Christianity is different from many other religions in this way.
In Christianity, salvation is a gift rather than a reward for works. Alan shares why Christianity is different from many other religions in this way. Transcript: 00:07 I've been asked, why do you think there's an emphasis 00:09 on human works as a key to salvation 00:12 in other religions? 00:13 And the answer seems to me straight forward, and that is,
Alan describes the significant shift that is occurring in our society that affects how human beings are valued.
In a society that treats human beings as if they have only instrumental value, the strong prevail and the weak are discarded. There’s a better way.
Abortion of a child with Down syndrome is unjust discrimination. The pro-life view is inclusive, upholds diversity, and doesn’t discriminate.
Alan shows how you can use two simple questions to show that the Christian story of creation is true and reasonable.
Most Americans believe people of all races and ethnicities are equally valuable. What worldview makes sense of this belief?
The Christian story says God made all things. The atheist story says nothing made all things. How do we know, then, which is true?
Most of us believe the decisions we make with our minds are not determined by physical forces. What story of creation can account for such free-willed decisions?