Explore by Topic
Explore by Format
Search Results | 47 results found
Cultural pressure is increasing on our kids, but even in a world of ever-present screens, gender-identity questions, and addiction, we can give them clarity and confidence.
Greg talks about the importance of giving your kids answers; callers ask about self-driving cars, raising men, and tactical atheists.
Host: Greg Koukl Comentary: How Churches Can Support Christians Struggling with Same-Sex Attraction (00:00) Caller Topic: 1. Why did God make it so hard to believe? (00:24) 2. Advice about going to seminary/studying apologetics (00:44) 3. Should I choose the youth group with good fellowship or with good teaching? (00:51) Download the mp3...
Does the sufficiency of Scripture imply that the use of secular psychological principles and practices is invalid? Some parents say that as Christians we should keep our children in public schools to be "salt and light", is this wise? How is Tactics used with someone who is prideful, angry, very aggressive and randomly saying their ideas? How do you respond to folks that say that religion has no impact on their life? What does the Bible say about suicide? What does suicide mean for someone who identifies as a Christian?
Host: Greg Koukl Guest: Rodney Lake - Thinking Matters, New Zealand (00:00) Commentary: Tolerance or Discrimination on Campus? (01:00) Commentary: Did Early Christian Recycle Pagan Myths? (02:00)
Host: Greg Koukl Commentary: First Day of School (00:00) Commentary: The Design of Decay (01:00) Commentary: Head vs. Heart (02:00) Commentary: “My Sheep Hear My Voice" (02:24)
Host: Greg Koukl Commentary: Should Christians Try to Influence the Culture? (00:00) Commentary: Facts about Jesus’ Death and Resurrection (01:00) Commentary: Advice to College Students (02:00)
This week's challenge: Your friend posts this image; how do you respond?
If I have only a short time to read, Proverbs is where I turn first. Every day that I do, I feel like my foundation is being shored up. February 1, 2014 There’s nothing original about reading a chapter of Proverbs a day. Thirty-one days in a month (roughly); 31 chapters in the book. Easy. In fact, it’s so obvious, it’s easy to overlook. Don’t. Very little in my life has yielded such rewards with such little effort.
Is God a moral monster who commits genocide? This week's challenge: “Your God is a monster.” “The God of the Bible is a monster. How can you possibly believe in a God who would command genocide, much less trust him? Even if I thought he were real, I would never follow him, and frankly, it makes me nervous that you do follow him because how do I know you won't think he's commanding you to commit genocide sometime in the future?"