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Greg responds to the challenge that Christianity is just a religion of “carrots and sticks,” then he answers questions about God’s will vs. our responsibility, whether being gay is like being left handed, Christian Zionism, and Acts 2:38.
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 talks about the recent push for new abortion laws, then he takes calls on using graphic images, God’s word “not returning void,” and cremation.
What happens when scientists discover evidence that undermines evolutionary theory? It’s disqualified by definition. It’s ruled inadmissible. Atheists have no choice but to accept Darwin’s account. It’s the only option they have.
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 answers questions about the immaculate conception, whether everything happens for a reason, three-in-one shampoo as an analogy for the Trinity, and more.
Greg answers questions about people being saved before Jesus, whether there’s a difference between forgiveness and propitiation, and how Greg doesn’t get angry at irrationality.
It’s tempting to think belief in God comes down to the evidence and nothing else. But is it really that simple? Does belief in God merely depend on evidence?
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.
Questions about the burning fertility clinic challenge to the pro-life view, God’s free will, reading your horoscope, and whether believers will accept “the mark of the beast” without realizing it.