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Greg discusses John 4, outlining a process of evangelism involving one field, one team, two seasons, and two types of workers.
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 interviews Neil Shenvi on critical theory vs. the Christian worldview.
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.
For us at Stand to Reason, the course is clear. We are going to stay steady at the helm. We are going to keep our hands to the plow. We are going to continue to move forcefully ahead with our mission and with our vision.
What are three significant speed bumps for college kids when it comes to Christianity? Greg shares his thoughts.
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.
What does it mean to be tolerant? In our polarized cultural climate, the definition has changed from respect to something else entirely.