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Greg argues against defining yourself by your desires and then answers questions about open borders, whether someone can return to Christianity after leaving, judging angels, and more.
Greg talks to Alan Shlemon about his recent speaking events in Australia, then they discuss Alan’s post on responding to pro-gay theology and take a question on interacting with a dying mother who’s an atheist.
Greg goes over the argument made in Romans 1 in light of last week’s discussion between Sean McDowell and Matthew Vines then answers questions about the new earth and whether a ceremony is necessary for marriage.
Greg talks about scientism then answers questions about whether or not it’s appropriate for a Christian to have a gay couple stay in her home and whether it’s okay to pay taxes when the money goes to things we oppose.
Greg is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about how we’ll all be able to spend time with Jesus after the resurrection, whether the Bible promises protection to Christians, and the books Greg reads.
Alan explains one of the challenges that ambassadors for Christ will face in 2018.
Greg interviews author and apologist Nancy Pearcey on her new book, Love Thy Body, discussing how our secular culture fragments the human person by denying the value and meaning of the body, leading to a cultural divide on numerous social issues.
Greg’s on a four-minute timer and answers questions about pacifism, demonstrating inerrancy, “verse of the day” emails, and overcoming social anxiety.
Greg talks about New Year’s “resolutions” and trends he wants to see in his life this year, then he answers questions about being a godparent if you don’t believe in infant baptism, the grounding for morality, and more.
Greg talks about how the Old Testament led up to the birth of Jesus then answers questions about avoiding films with pagan elements, evidence for the soul, and more.