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Andy Stanley’s call for pastors to “unhitch [their] teaching of what it means to follow Jesus from all things old covenant” will, sadly, lead to a diminished view of God.
Greg answers questions about the Mormon “burning in the bosom,” whether it’s unchristian to insult atheists, and whether Acts 14:22 teaches we have to suffer to enter the kingdom.
Greg talks about a couple that was murdered by ISIS then takes questions on what to do if no churches nearby are doctrinally sound, a response to Hume’s empiricism, and how to understand Psalm 137:9.
Greg answers questions about pursuing God’s presence, understanding the point of view of people in other identity groups, and his favorite book of the Bible.
The idea that human beings are basically good is making its way into the Church. Here’s why this belief is not only false but also an obstacle to the gospel of grace.
Greg answers questions about whether Christians ought to follow all the Mosaic laws and how one should respond to an atheist who rejects Christianity because of its political implications.
Greg talks about Mr. Rogers questioning his salvation before his death, then he takes calls on Neil Anderson’s ministry, whether deacons can be divorced, and if Christians should read books by atheists.
What is gender? Is it malleable? Does it matter which gender we identify with? How should Christians think about this subject? Here are two key points Scripture makes on this subject.
Greg answers questions about whether God would ever command someone to rape, the difference between inerrant and infallible, and whether we should say we’re spiritual or religious.
The question “Do you take the Bible literally?” comes up with some frequency, and it deserves a response. But it’s an ambiguous question, making it awkward to answer. Here’s how to understand the challenge and respond well.