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Greg talks to Mary Jo Sharp about her new book, Why I Still Believe: A Former Atheist’s Reckoning with the Bad Reputation Christians Give a Good God.
Questions about Abraham serving a non-kosher meal in Genesis 18:6–8 and the story behind the chicken sound on the intro to the other podcast.
Brett talks to John Dyer, author of From the Garden to the City: The Redeeming and Corrupting Power of Technology.
Greg and Jon Noyes discuss why protestants are attracted to Catholicism, then they answer questions about concerns about a small-group study, recommended resources, and how to keep someone on track when discussing the moral argument.
Here’s a simple formula—a triad of tips—that will increase goodwill and improve harmony in every one of your relationships, especially your marriage.
Greg and Tim reflect on the death of Kobe Bryant and then take calls on polygamy in the Old Testament and Trinitarian worship in the church.
Greg talks about bad arguments Christians use to justify abortion, and then he responds to questions about Hebrews 6, giving to the local church vs. a parachurch organization, being a believer vs. a disciple, and responding to the idea that science disproves Christianity.
Questions about whether “Adam” just refers to “man” in general, whether God’s just nature is a good argument for Hell, and the definitions of faith and idolatry.
Greg answers questions about overpopulation, biblical ideas in popular culture, casting out demons, what God thinks of blind faith, and hypnotherapy.
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.