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Unbelievable Unbelief

Greg explains how skeptics often overestimate themselves when it comes to making requests of God. 

Video | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | January 12, 2017

Proving Math

Video | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | July 25, 2016

The Soul Hole

Video | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | April 12, 2016

Are Atheists Just Suppressing the Truth in Unrighteousness?

Greg talks about Romans 1:18-19.  COMMENTS Read more posts

Video | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | October 26, 2015

Thoughts on Our Sinful Nature

How can God punish eternally for sin when fallenness is something we are born with?

Video | Ethics | Greg Koukl | October 14, 2015

Does God Judge Nations through Weather Phenomena?

Is there a God-ordained correlation between natural disasters and sin? COMMENTS Read more posts

Video | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | August 27, 2015

Sinning by Omission?

Why isn’t God guilty of “sinning by omission” when He doesn’t prevent something bad from happening? COMMENTS Read more posts

Video | Ethics | Greg Koukl | August 12, 2015

Quick Thought - Does God Owe His Creation Anything?

Parents do have an obligation to their children, so it seems that God would have an obligation to His creation.  The two scenarios do not have the same moral obligations. God is not obliged to anyone. Human beings are under God, and God communicates duties that relate to His perfections and role as King of the Universe.

Quick Thought | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | April 29, 2015

God in Man's Image

Did man create God?

Video | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | April 15, 2015

Quick Thought - Do Humans Really Have Free Will?

I was reading a book recently that asked the question, “Do we have free will? If you don’t think we do, please turn to page 3.” When you turn to page 3, it says, “Gotcha.” Point being, we all have a basic awareness that we are making decisions that are ours, and we have at least some significant measure of freedom.

Quick Thought | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | April 2, 2015