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Greg answers questions about whether babies are conceived by God’s will or man’s, what it means that children are a “reward,” and whether all human beings are children of God.
C.S. Lewis seems to suggest that those who sincerely pursue God the best way they know how are accepted by Him, regardless of whether or not they explicitly put their faith in Jesus. Is he right?
Greg talks about the definition of atheism, then he answers questions about tithing, how a teacher should respond to curriculum legislation in California, whether the Son and the Father are the same person, and what makes Christianity objectively true.
Greg answers questions on the nature of the visions of prophets in other religions and whether people are saved once for all no matter what.
Greg talks about ways movies distort reality, then he takes questions on God wanting to impress the angels and how atheists and Christians talk past each other.
Greg answers questions about people getting judged without hearing the gospel and God hardening Pharaoh’s heart.
Greg talks about two Christian movies he recently saw, then he takes questions on the date of Jesus’ birthday, rebaptism, marrying people who have been divorced twice, and whether Jesus died on a pole or a cross.
Greg answers questions about the biblical concept of sowing and reaping, how we can tell if a disease has a spiritual origin, and what to say to a transgendered person.
Greg clarifies the moral grounding problem then takes calls on honoring ancestors in Chinese traditions, an Old Testament prophecy about the Levitical priesthood, and a question about Greg’s conversation with the atheist last week.
Greg answers questions about evolution giving us morality, whether morality depends on God’s opinion and is therefore subjective, and whether we should only use King James Bibles.