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Greg discusses the widespread relativistic view of religion in our culture, then he answers questions about using humor in persuasion, testing doctrine by the Old Testament, and why receiving the Holy Spirit doesn’t look the same today as it did in the first century.
Greg answers questions about how to explain the Trinity, arguments for the pre-existence of Jesus, and whether we have a heavenly mother.
Should people challenge God to prove His existence in a particular way? Here’s why that kind of test is not a reliable way to determine if God exists.
Alan explains how to argue cordially and effectively.
Greg talks about the meaning of Matthew 18:20, then he takes calls on apologetic methodology, how Christians should view patriotism, the end of Mark, and whether Luke 12:11–12 still applies today.
A first-century marble tablet containing an “edict of Caesar” calls for the death penalty for anyone who removes a body from a tomb. Is there a connection to Christianity?
This Friday and Saturday is the second annual Women in Apologetics Conference at Biola University. We hope to see you there!
Greg encourages Christians for whom evangelism seems overwhelming to focus on small opportunities of influence rather than “sealing the deal.”
What is apologetics, and why is it important? Here are four broad responses to the objection that Christians don’t need to know apologetics.
Greg answers questions about whether human beings are two or three parts, how Proverbs 3:9–10 applies today, and why people should believe Jesus exists and trust Him for their salvation.