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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 answers questions about arguments for moral realism and the moral obligation to accept long-term medical interventions to prolong life.
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.
Tim is in the studio with Greg and gives an update on what he’s been up to, then they answer questions about prayer and God’s sovereignty, talking to a universalist, and violence against abortionists.
In 4 min. or less, Greg answers questions about knowing truth and euthanasia.
Greg talks with callers about how to tell if God exists, same-sex marriage, hearing God’s voice, and Restoration theology.
Guest Host: Alan Shlemon Commentary: Answering Jonathan Merritt on the Transgender Debate (00:00) Guest: Eric Smith – Summit Ministries – Equipping Students with a Christian Worldview (00:21) Caller Topic: 1. How should a Christian public school teacher handle the transgender bathroom policy? (00:46) Download the mp3...
Host: Greg Koukl Commentary: Is God a Christian? (00:00) Caller Topic: 1. When can a Christian remarry? (00:10) 2. Thoughts on how the decreasing age of viability for the unborn will affect the abortion debate? (00:23) 3. How do you persuade someone to trust that their senses can apprehend reality? (00:41) Download the mp3...
Host: Greg Koukl Commentary: Reality Is Never Outdated (00:00) Caller Topic: 1. Have you noticed a trend to redefine pro-life away from the child? (00:17) 2. What are some arguments for God sustaining the universe? (00:26) 3. What should a Christian’s view be about Planned Parenthood? (00:39) 4. Do heterosexuals have a “right” to marry? (00:51) Find an article, book, or guest Greg mentioned on the show...
If we can convince people our value comes not from the abilities we’re expressing at a particular moment in time but from the kind of being we are...then a case for universal intrinsic human value can be made.