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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.
When you don’t want to disagree with someone about your religious convictions, it’s a lot easier to give in to relativism and avoid evangelism.
Greg answers questions about inerrancy, a winsome response to someone who asks if you have a boyfriend or girlfriend, and why some people have intellectual disabilities.
Greg talks about remaining theologically faithful then answers questions on the morality of gambling, forgiveness, and questions from an atheist about using tactics.
Greg talks about a request for advice he received about interacting with a transgender family member then takes questions about changing churches, flags in the sanctuary, and inviting cult members into one’s home.
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 spreading social contagion of “rapid onset gender dysphoria” then takes questions on using God’s name frivolously and whether God can love and hate sinners at the same time.
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.
Alan clarifies his views on homosexuality, then he talks about a Chinese pastor’s “Declaration of Faithful Disobedience.”
A pastor in China has been arrested on allegations of “inciting subversion of state power.” His words explaining why he preached the gospel without fear will be encouraging to your soul.