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Greg responds to the objection that a tactical approach is manipulative and impersonal, then he answers questions about books to get started in apologetics and theistic evolution.
Questions about why we need bodies, whether the desire to remain alive indicates there’s no Heaven, responding to the idea that we’re our own authority, and how to know if someone is a good choice for a spouse.
Greg talks to Krista Bontrager about the Women in Apologetics Conference then answers questions about explaining why homosexuality is wrong, the Trinity during the crucifixion, and eating meat.
Questions about whether Hebrews 10 implies a Christian can lose his salvation and recommendations for books for laypeople on logic and reasoning.
Questions about whether prophecies of Jesus legitimately point to Him, whether you can sell your soul to the devil, and whether an unbelieving husband is still the head of the family.
Questions about the difference between moral objectivism and moral absolutism and taking the roof off the claim that consent should be the basis of one’s sexual ethic.
Greg talks about why we need gardeners, not just harvesters, then he answers questions about asking people their definition of right and wrong, an alternative to the Jesus Calling devotionals, and interactions with an atheist friend.
Questions about how we know the God who exists is the God of the Bible, whether Jesus wants everyone to be healed in this life, and pastors who wrongly say God has healed someone.
Greg reflects on the Christmas story, then he talks about a principle of learning and appreciating, answers a question about apologetics curriculum, and gives a principle for interpreting difficult passages.
Questions about the best atheist argument for objective morality, whether Jesus made amoral mistakes, and the idea that “God closed that door.”