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Are naturalistic assumptions necessary for doing science? Stephen Meyer argues that, no, it was a Christian worldview that gave rise to modern science.
Greg discusses the differences between the left and the right: progressivism vs. conservatism. In addition, he answers questions about “ought” implying “can” and who created God.
Greg answers questions about how to give reasons that Christianity is good and how we can know God’s character is perfect.
Greg answers questions on hermeneutics of the Old Testament and whether God contradicts His Word.
Greg gives tools for explaining how God grounds morality and evil is evidence for His existence, then he takes calls about doing a Bible study with a skeptic, our responsibility for sin, the temple, and more.
Greg talks about his assessment of the culture then takes calls on ground rules for difficult conversations and objective truth.
Alan Shlemon fills in for Greg today and answers questions about God commanding the death of unborn babies, ungodly spirituality in movies, and an aspect of humanity a materialist would have difficulty explaining.
Greg answers questions about arguments against preterism, Christian ideas that are self-defeating, a Christian view of suicide, and how we should understand Matthew 23:9–10.
Greg answers questions on our responsibility to express concern for another’s salvation, Greg’s opinion on the idea of corporate election, and how we can know God is not a “cosmic jerk.”
Alan tells the story of how a campus Christian group responded to an anti-Christian song with compassion and grace then takes questions on the biblical definition of love, original sin, and resources for critical thinking skills.