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Greg talks about a gift sent to STR, gives an update on Melinda, and talks about theistic evolution, then he answers questions about evolutionist’s presuppositions and eternal punishment.
Questions about the difference between mind and spirit and how mental disability affects people’s ability to understand the truths necessary for salvation.
Greg reflects on gratitude from an apologetics angle, then he gives some principles for dealing with criticism and answers questions about why God created sharks and how we can know the Old Testament is history.
Greg talks about the new edition of Tactics, then he answers questions about whether the Holy Spirit knew the day and hour in Mark 13:32, ethical problems with health insurance, and reaching an ex-Christian.
Questions about the meaning of the details of the Old Covenant sacrificial system, whether a Christian who struggles with sexual sin until he dies is condemned, and whether God can change the past.
Greg reflects on a Pew Research study about Americans leaving the church, then he answers questions about evangelism strategies, Jesus’ temporal death paying for an eternal punishment, and whether the fine-tuning argument is disprovable.
Greg talks about advice he gives to people who want to be apologists, then he answers questions about declining to fulfill puberty blocker prescriptions and whether the fact that we’re personal argues for a personal God.
Questions about responding to a skeptic who doesn’t know what would convince him, whether the statistics supporting intelligent design are only subjectively significant, how an omniscient God could have a relationship with creatures, and whether it’s biblical to fast for guidance from the Lord.
Greg talks about souls and gives reasons why we should think we have one.
Because we all live in God’s world and are all made in God’s image, there are things all people know—about morality, guilt, etc.—that are embedded deep within their hearts, and this knowledge can make a big difference in our conversations.