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The More You Learn, the More You See

Greg reflects on the Christmas story, then he talks about a principle of learning and appreciating, answers a question about apologetics curriculum, and gives a principle for interpreting difficult passages.

Podcast Episode | Theology | Greg Koukl | December 13, 2019

#STRask - December 12, 2019

Questions about the best atheist argument for objective morality, whether Jesus made amoral mistakes, and the idea that “God closed that door.”

Podcast Episode | Philosophy | Greg Koukl | December 12, 2019

Does Human Life Begin When We Take Our First Breath?

Does the fact that unborn children don’t breathe air mean they aren’t yet live human beings? Does the Bible teach this in Genesis 2:7, as some claim?

Blog Post | Bio-Ethics | Amy K. Hall | December 11, 2019

The Change in Chick-fil-A’s Giving Policy

Greg talks about Chick-fil-A’s new giving policy, then he answers questions about the philosophy of AA and the meaning of “this generation” in the Olivet Discourse.

Podcast Episode | Christianity & Culture | Greg Koukl | December 11, 2019

How to Deal with Criticism

When criticism comes—and it will come—remember this three-step strategy for dealing with it.

Blog Post | Apologetics | Tim Barnett | December 10, 2019

#STRask - December 9, 2019

Questions about God choosing to have Jesus die, Jesus forgiving everyone even though not everyone goes to Heaven, and whether we need to continue to ask for forgiveness.

Podcast Episode | Theology | Greg Koukl | December 9, 2019

What’s the Best Explanation?

Alan explains how to use a common yet powerful question to help point people to God.

Podcast Episode | Apologetics | Alan Shlemon | December 7, 2019

Archaeological Evidence for the Exodus

Greg interviews Dr. Stephen Meyer and archaeologist Dr. Titus Kennedy about archaeological evidence for the Exodus.

Podcast Episode | Science | Greg Koukl | December 6, 2019

How Critical Theory Suppresses Healthy (and Necessary) Arguments

Neil Shenvi explains how critical theory suppresses healthy arguments and why we should not let pressure from critical theorists prevent us from analyzing controversial topics.

Blog Post | Christianity & Culture | Amy K. Hall | December 5, 2019

#STRask - December 5, 2019

Questions about how to respond to snide questions about the unborn, moral issues with designer babies, and street preaching in controversial places.

Podcast Episode | Ethics | Greg Koukl | December 5, 2019