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For us at Stand to Reason, the course is clear. We are going to stay steady at the helm. We are going to keep our hands to the plow. We are going to continue to move forcefully ahead with our mission and with our vision.
What are three significant speed bumps for college kids when it comes to Christianity? Greg shares his thoughts.
What does it mean to be tolerant? In our polarized cultural climate, the definition has changed from respect to something else entirely.
The belief that we can’t know anything, including what happens to us when we die, unless science confirms it is not justified. Here’s why.
There’s a temptation to present a “kinder and gentler” version of Christianity that seems to fit better with the “culture of diversity” and with relativism. Here’s why we can’t.
In a recent podcast, Greg gave advice for speaking up at public school board meetings, and he read a statement he prepared for his local school board. Here is his statement.
Greg reflects on how Mr. Rogers’ parting words exemplified a common misunderstanding of God’s grace.
Greg addresses a situation where you may be tempted to take on the burden of proof in conversation about Christianity.
Greg shares how to shift control of the conversation back to you while shifting the spotlight—and the pressure—back on the other person.
Since God is an individual subject, wouldn’t any morality grounded in Him be subjective rather than objective?