Podcast Archive

Do Words Have Power?

Greg answers questions about the power of words and which books belong in Scripture.
Greg Koukl | Theology, Apologetics | June 22, 2018

Does God Contradict His Word?

Greg answers questions on hermeneutics of the Old Testament and whether God contradicts His Word.
Greg Koukl | Theology, Philosophy | June 20, 2018

Illustrations to Show That Evil Is Evidence for God

Greg gives tools for explaining how God grounds morality and evil is evidence for His existence, then he takes calls about doing a Bible study with a skeptic, our responsibility for sin, the temple, and more.
Greg Koukl | Theology, Philosophy | June 15, 2018

What Do Christian Ambassadors Need to Know about the Culture?

Greg talks about his assessment of the culture then takes calls on ground rules for difficult conversations and objective truth.
Greg Koukl | Christianity & Culture, Philosophy | June 13, 2018

Do Pro-Lifers Really Think Abortion Is Murder?

Alan responds to the claim that pro-lifers don’t really think abortion is murder if they don’t think women should get the death penalty for having an abortion, then he answers questions about God’s character and whether there are more than two possible sexes.
Alan Shlemon | Bio-Ethics, Theology | June 7, 2018

Interview: Jay Smith – Evidence against Islam

Alan talks to Dr. Jay Smith, longtime debater and missionary to Muslims, about his work and some new (and/or little-known) evidence against Islam.
Alan Shlemon | Theology | June 5, 2018

Can a Person Justify Performing Abortions as a Christian?

Alan discusses an article written by an abortion doctor then takes questions on the inerrancy of the New Testament, the Alfie Evans situation, meditation on God’s word, and the power not to sin.
Alan Shlemon | Bio-Ethics, Theology | May 31, 2018

Persuasively and Graciously Share Your Convictions

Alan tells the story of how a campus Christian group responded to an anti-Christian song with compassion and grace then takes questions on the biblical definition of love, original sin, and resources for critical thinking skills.
Alan Shlemon | Christianity & Culture, Theology, Philosophy | May 29, 2018

No Sacrifice for Willful Sin?

Greg talks about a misunderstanding of Hebrews 10 then answers a question about a possible example of relativism.
Greg Koukl | Theology, Philosophy | May 25, 2018

By What Standard Does Sam Harris Consider Slavery Wrong?

Greg responds to a comment by Sam Harris then takes questions on hearing the voice of God and responding to the “mindfulness” being taught in public schools.
Greg Koukl | Philosophy, Theology, Christianity & Culture | May 23, 2018