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Alan offers a piece of evidence that suggests that the DNA in your body is intelligently designed.
Greg answers questions about how God can love if love requires the ability to choose good or evil and why Hebrews 1:4–5 says Jesus became superior to the angels.
Greg takes questions on how to honor an abusive father, whether faith is trusting God can do something or will do something, the Trinity as an issue of salvation, and atheists using Scripture to object to God’s morality.
Greg continues responding to a question about contractualism from the previous podcast then answers questions about whether God created us to worship Him, Sam Harris’s view of morality, and more.
Greg talks to Paul Copan about slavery in the Bible and then takes calls on whether demons cause trouble in our lives and how to respond to the contractualist view of morality.
Greg talks to apologist and public school teacher Nate Sala of A Clear Lens then takes calls on whether difficulty trusting God means you’re not saved and the problem of evil as a contradiction in the Christian worldview.
Greg talks about the conflict people see between science and religion then takes questions on Mormons hearing from God and extreme body modification.
Greg answers questions about the genetic fallacy, proving objective morality, the 70th anniversary of Israel, the inscription on the Liberty Bell, and tips for retaining apologetic information.
Greg answers questions about God being timeless and a possible problem with trying to interpret the Bible in light of the author’s intended meaning.
Greg answers questions about Jesus’ perfection, attending a housewarming for unmarried people, responding to an aggressive challenger, and more.