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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.”
Questions about the meaning of Hebrews 6:4–6 and whether the 144,000 in Revelation 14:4 are the babies killed by King Herod?
Greg talks about the meaning of Proverbs 29:18 and its relevance to boundaries and virtue, then he takes calls about arguing against evolution, how God can be eternal and temporal, and using marijuana.
Questions about the relevance of atheism to discussions about worldviews and what it means to “wait on the Lord” when it comes to decision making.
Greg talks about an interaction he had with a student about the existence of the soul, comments on materialism’s inability to address the problem of evil, and answers questions about the meaning of 1 Timothy 4:1 and reconciling prayer with God’s omniscience.
Questions about whether God wants us to seek the common good, why God creates people who won’t accept Jesus, the meaning of “the Father is greater than I,” and explaining the story of God asking Abraham to sacrifice Isaac to young children.
Greg answers a challenge about killing the unborn to send them to Heaven, then he takes calls about responding to warning signs in a church and whether or not Kanye West should be holding private worship services.
Questions about how the biblical manuscripts were transmitted, saying “R.I.P.,” responding to people who say they don’t need apologetics, and staying in a church that has watered-down sermons.
Greg describes a strange post on Planned Parenthood’s Instagram, then he talks about God and time and answers questions about tactics for reaching apathetic people and the Orthodox Church vs. the Catholic Church.