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Greg offers reasons we can know the gospels are the inspired Word of God both from objective and personal standpoints.
It’s almost here. You and I, with Christians across the globe, will celebrate the gift of God’s Son, Jesus Christ. It’s the best gift ever—one of infinite value, yet given freely for you and me more than 2,000 years ago. And more than worthy of all the festivities that come with Christmas.
Greg discusses whether or not the concept of the Trinity makes sense. 0:01 Does the Trinity make sense? 0:04 Now some people say the Trinity, the idea that there's one God who subsists in three 0:09 fully distinct but fully divine persons, just doesn't make sense. 0:13 Well, this depends on what you mean by the concept of "making sense."
Transcript: 0:04 I have a question here about manuscript 0:07 variants. A variant is a difference 0:12 between one manuscript of the New 0:14 Testament and another, in this case, and 0:16 there are lots of variations since the
Greg offers thoughts on what true, biblical love is versus the kind of love that simply makes people feel good.
Greg uses an analogy to explain the significance of Jesus saving us and why He's the only one that can.
How do we clarify to others what God’s love really is when the world’s view of love is often opposite from the Christian view? Transcript: 0:05 Probably the most famous verse in the 0:07 Bible talks about the love of God. "For 0:09 God so loved the world that He gave His
Greg explains who or what is responsible when we fall into temptation. COMMENTS Read more posts
Greg offers some thoughts concerning the afterlife. COMMENTS Read more posts
Greg discusses what the Bible says about moral standards for leaders in the church compared to those of laypersons. COMMENTS Read more posts