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Great stories educate, uplift, and teach morality, wisdom, and truth; but in our culture of death, the cheapening of life is ruining our stories.
Neil Postman predicted our downfall would come not from externally-imposed oppression but from the pursuit of trivial pleasure, and it seems he was right.
Greg refutes the challenge that those who turn to Christ during a difficult time in life have somehow been taken advantage of.
Alan shares some thoughts regarding three realms of brokenness that produce evil in the world.
If only our society would once again define compassion not as offering to help people kill themselves, but as offering to walk with them through a difficult time.
Greg discusses a road block that often stands in the way of belief in Christianity.
In Christianity, salvation is a gift rather than a reward for works. Alan shares why Christianity is different from many other religions in this way.
There are both practical and theological problems with telling someone, “God hates the sin but loves the sinner.” We have better news to tell than this.
If neither Hitler nor Mother Teresa were Christians, would they both suffer the same fate?
Greg gives his thoughts on the movie The Case for Christ.