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Greg interviews Dr. Stephen Meyer and archaeologist Dr. Titus Kennedy about archaeological evidence for the Exodus.
Questions about how to respond to snide questions about the unborn, moral issues with designer babies, and street preaching in controversial places.
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 how we should interpret Romans 13:1 in today’s society, whether Christians should object to working seven days a week, and responding to a company policy of using the “Platinum Rule.”
The updated, tenth anniversary edition of Tactics has 40% new material, and we want to send you a free signed copy when you donate to STR by December 31st.
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.
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.
Questions about why Christ’s sacrifice suffices, why God didn’t stop Jephthah from sacrificing His daughter, how one can rekindle love for God, and whether different witnessing approaches should be used for adults vs. teenagers.
Greg talks about an email he received from an atheist then answers questions about God creating people He knew would go to Hell, arguing against a flat earth, and “listening prayer.”
Greg talks to Justin Brierley about his upcoming apologetics conference, updates listeners on what happened with his school board, then answers questions about proving Christianity false, biblical inerrancy, and unanswered prayer.