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Greg critiques Sam Harris’s explanation of objective morality then takes questions about people in other religions feeling God’s presence and feral children’s sense of morality.
God relates to people in the Old Testament differently from how He relates to people in the New Testament, but it’s not because of a change in His character. If God hasn’t changed, then what has?
Greg answers questions about God’s temporality and how to figure out what in the Bible applies to us and what doesn’t.
Greg answers questions on reaching people who are apathetic about spiritual things, Molinism, God “regretting” making man, and witnessing in the workplace.
Greg interviews Craig Hazen, the head of the apologetics program at Biola University, about his new book, Fearless Prayer: Why We Don’t Ask and Why We Should.
Many people see the Bible as a tale of two different gods: a god of wrath in the Old Testament and a god of grace in the New Testament. But there is only one true God, and He has never changed.
Greg answers questions about a possible contradiction in John 10:18, genocide in the Old Testament, whether Christians can take medication for mental disorders, and more.
Greg talks about the value of voting then takes questions on whether or not God would create a Christian who was incapable of love, the biblical canon, and why God didn’t provide a way to appropriately express same-sex attraction.
Many think Proverbs 3:5–6 teaches God will give us specific directions for our lives, but when we look at the words in this passage in context, we find something different.
Is God really God if He needs something? Tim responds.