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Athlete Julia Webb is an example of someone who neither aborted her child to achieve her goals nor gave up what she loves because she had children.
Abortion is often defended as necessary because of rape and the life of the mother, but it turns out these are two of the least common reasons why women have abortions in the United States.
Is there hope for a person who experiences same-sex attraction? Alan responds to this question and more in part two of his discussion with Jack Hibbs.
If “the life of the creature is in the blood,” as it says in Leviticus 17:11, then does that mean killing the embryo before implantation should not be described as killing a human life?
Why and how should you mark up a book? Alan reflects on an article by Mortimer Adler, explaining three benefits you will receive when you interact with what you read.
What is the current state of the church on sexuality, and how can we compassionately but truthfully address this topic? Alan answers questions like these in this discussion with Jack Hibbs.
The more you can learn about a person’s religion, the more likely you’ll be able to leverage that knowledge to ask informed and powerful questions. Here’s how Alan applies that principle to conversations with Muslims.
An incident recorded in Daniel gives insight into some aspects of prayer and spiritual warfare.
What could demons do to thwart apologetic encounters? What should apologists be mindful of when sharing our convictions with others? Alan reflects on his interview with Tim Muehlhoff.
Alan explains hadith literature and its role as a source of authority in the lives of Muslims.