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Questions about whether pro-lifers are only pro-birth, whether intersex female athletes should be able to compete in the female category, and whether a transgender person who becomes a Christian should transition back.
Questions about intersex people, rejecting biblical sexuality with “not my Jesus,” the so-called “Platinum Rule,” and what makes Jesus’ yoke easy and burden light.
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.
Questions about what the atonement has to do with Heaven, using incremental legislation against abortion, and the Brunei stoning law.
Greg talks about the widespread injustice of killing unborn children because they have Down syndrome, then he takes calls about Old Testament contradictions and whether Romans 2:7 applies to people who haven’t heard the gospel.
Greg talks about some disturbing comments made by an Alabama State Rep. about abortion, then he answers questions about the different Christian canons and misusing the promises of God.
Greg talks about religion and science, then he takes calls on being restored after adultery, Catholicism, explaining the gospel to a person with autism, men having an opinion on abortion, and a CEO taking a position on LGBT issues.
Greg responds to the charge that the parallel passages where Jesus curses the fig tree contradict each other, then he answers questions about the definition of atheism, fighting apathy, and addressing when life begins.
Greg answers questions about books for new Christians, the need to be baptized, the United Methodist decision, abortion clinics, and the social contract theory of morality.
Greg talks about the recent push for new abortion laws, then he takes calls on using graphic images, God’s word “not returning void,” and cremation.