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Greg adds one more thought to a question he answered on the last show, then he answers questions about Calvinism, how to move conversations off of contentious political topics, and humility.
Greg and Tim talk about Dawkins’s statement that no evidence would convince him, then they take calls on Freemasonry, speaking in tongues, and an objection to the idea that we can have a personal relationship with God.
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.
Brett interviews philosopher Paul Gould, author of Cultural Apologetics: Renewing the Christian Voice, Conscience, and Imagination in a Disenchanted 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 answers questions about evidence for God in the material world, whether God revealing Himself would violate our free will, and how we can tell if an ability is a spiritual gift or a natural talent.
Greg talks about being thankful “for” and being thankful “to,” then he takes calls on evil, the cross, and a tactical response to an atheist’s challenges.
Greg answers questions on God’s responsibility for sin, asking for directions from God, whether apologetics is for everybody, and churches blessing pets.
Greg gives tips for how to respond well to arguments on any topic as he discusses an article challenging the historicity of the Bible.
Greg tells a story of how someone used tactics to draw a person out in conversation, then he takes questions on presuppositional apologetics and how to make sense of God’s promises of health.