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Questions about eternal conscious torment vs. annihilationsim and strategies for incorporating apologetics into a discipleship group.
Sean McDowell talks about how even when people deny truths about God’s world, the truth has a way of coming out, then he answers questions about getting better at doing apologetics and teaching children to pray and discusses helping students deal with doubts.
J. Warner Wallace talks to Sean McDowell about their new book, So the Next Generation Will Know: Preparing Young Christians for a Challenging World.
J. Warner Wallace talks about teaching Gen Z youth, then he answers questions about what he would do if there were discoveries against Christianity, how we know our New Testament text is eyewitness testimony and wasn’t changed, and when to baptize your child.
Alan encourages Christians not to stress about getting to the gospel in every conversation with non-believers. Instead, aim to put a stone in their shoe.
For someone with all the answers, Jesus didn’t always respond directly to challenging questions. Sometimes He answered a question with another question. Sometimes He answered a different question.
Alan continues from the last podcast to reflect on the ideas in Christopher Yuan’s book Holy Sexuality, then he answers a question about the suppression of truth and talks about principles for churches navigating issues of homosexuality.
Here’s how Alan was once again reminded of the importance of using words non-Christians understand when he unintentionally spoke “Christianese” to a waitress in Norway.
Greg responds to the argument that we’re only Christians because Constantine spread the religion, then he takes calls on medical intervention and abortion for babies with a fatal condition, the closing of the canon, the point of God creating us, and dealing with a hostile questioner.
Greg gives reasons to think Hell is eternal conscious torment then answers questions about getting into spiritual conversations and the Native American “Creator” vs. the biblical God.