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Greg talks about some principles to help you get through crises, then he takes calls about why God created animals that would go extinct, whether some Mormons are saved, and whether the church should give up its right to assemble right now.
Questions about why we’re responsible for Adam’s sin, whether God will restore creation to the way it was before the Fall, and whether the idea that “history is written by the winners” should affect our view of the historicity of the biblical record. (Jon fills in for Amy.)
Greg gives some practical advice for going through this crisis, talks about the hope we have when our lives turn out differently than we thought, answers a question about becoming an apologist, and more.
Questions about why God forgives some and judges others, advice for those struggling with an overly critical spirit, and how to fight against apathy.
Greg talks about how we can still serve you during this time, answers a question about the discovery that the Museum of the Bible’s Dead Sea Scroll fragments are forgeries, and responds to someone from Wuhan, China who wanted to know why God let this tragedy happen.
Greg briefly follows up on the COVID-19 situation, then he answers questions about whether some of God’s qualities are a result of the Fall, open theism, and choosing to have free will.
Greg talks about the panic over COVID-19 then answers questions about confronting fellow Christians with the truth and the King James Only movement.
Greg clarifies his point of view on using preferred names and pronouns then answers questions about why there are more ancient religions than Judaism and whether Revelation 17–18 is matching up with current events.
Questions about whether Jeremiah 4:2 contradicts Jesus’ command, how the disciples misunderstood Jesus if Greg’s view of the voice of God is correct, the prodigal son parable, and prenups.
Greg and Amy respond to questions about reacting to evil in light of God’s use of evil, whether goodness entails purpose, and how to respond when charged with the “No True Scotsman” fallacy.