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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 discusses the widespread relativistic view of religion in our culture, then he answers questions about using humor in persuasion, testing doctrine by the Old Testament, and why receiving the Holy Spirit doesn’t look the same today as it did in the first century.
Greg talks about the meaning of Matthew 18:20, then he takes calls on apologetic methodology, how Christians should view patriotism, the end of Mark, and whether Luke 12:11–12 still applies today.
Brett interviews philosopher Paul Gould, author of Cultural Apologetics: Renewing the Christian Voice, Conscience, and Imagination in a Disenchanted World.
Greg answers questions on Mormonism, whether it’s a double standard to stop people from using the Columbo tactic on us, and how Christian families should look different in this world.
Greg talks about remaining faithful even when our culture disagrees, then he answers a question about why Christians think complexity is evidence for God.
Greg talks about the shooting and the fire in his town then takes calls on Jesus’ sacrifice, the death of Job’s children, and whether salvation is a two-step process.
Greg talks about how the media affects our view of reality then takes calls on what to say to a pastor who’s promoting LGBTQ causes and whether one should say, “What if I’m right and you’re wrong” to someone on his deathbed.
Greg responds to the claim that “there’s no evidence for Christianity” then answers questions about ghosts, arguing civilly, comforting the sick, and materials for teaching conversational apologetics.
Greg answers questions about people misusing Jesus’ name, whether the number of demoniacs challenges inerrancy, David’s view of God’s love and judgment in Psalm 143, and more.