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When you encounter theories contrary to Christianity, remember there’s a difference between what’s possible and what’s reasonable. Here’s a clip of Bart Ehrman on the existence of Jesus to illustrate this.
If you could move the conversation with your non-Christian friends in any direction, what would you talk about?
Greg talks about the purpose and goal of asking questions, then he takes calls on street preachers, morality, God answering our prayers, and using people’s preferred pronouns.
Greg explains the importance of listening and encourages Christians to remember that the one who makes the claim bears the burden.
Greg adds one more thought to a question he answered on the last show, then he answers questions about Calvinism, how to move conversations off of contentious political topics, and humility.
Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Here’s a case for three historical facts that point to His resurrection and a case against four naturalistic theories popularly used to explain those facts.
The misrepresentations of Christianity in Peter Boghossian’s A Manual for Creating Atheists are a good reminder that you can only properly respond to a view after you understand it.
Alan shares one of the first steps in sharing the gospel with your Muslim friends.
Greg and Tim talk about Dawkins’s statement that no evidence would convince him, then they take calls on Freemasonry, speaking in tongues, and an objection to the idea that we can have a personal relationship with God.
Some atheists have wrongly assumed Stand to Reason protects Christian students from hearing ideas they disagree with, but that’s the opposite of our philosophy to “inoculate, not isolate.”