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Questions about responding to a skeptic who doesn’t know what would convince him, whether the statistics supporting intelligent design are only subjectively significant, how an omniscient God could have a relationship with creatures, and whether it’s biblical to fast for guidance from the Lord.
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.
Greg talks to Justin Brierley about his upcoming apologetics conference, updates listeners on what happened with his school board, then answers questions about proving Christianity false, biblical inerrancy, and unanswered prayer.
Questions about why God destroyed Sodom when there were babies there, how Satan can go in and out of the Lord’s presence, and what book Greg would use in an apologetics class.
Greg talks about an announcement by Marty Sampson about losing his Christianity, then he answers questions about why head injuries affect personality, Old Testament stoning laws, teaching people tactics, and repentance.
Greg tells stories of people whose lives were changed by what they learned from STR, then he answers questions about how to choose between ministry options and tactics to use with people who are into astrology.
Questions about using Hell as a motivation, dinosaurs and young earth creation, a book by Norman Geisler, and presenting the gospel to an eight-year-old.
Questions about an argument for New Testament inspiration, whether God is bound by the rules of logic, the dangers of studying the paranormal, and vegetarianism.
Questions about the ground of our salvation according to Revelation 20, works and rewards, how Luke can say Zechariah and Elizabeth were blameless, and finding apologetics-minded people.