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Brett interviews philosopher Paul Gould, author of Cultural Apologetics: Renewing the Christian Voice, Conscience, and Imagination in a Disenchanted World.
Greg talks about Christmas carols then takes calls on the relevance of cosmological issues, sadness in Heaven, talking to a friend about Jesus, responding to people who say we’re Christians because we’re Western, and the New Apostolic Reformation.
Greg answers questions on Mormonism, whether it’s a double standard to stop people from using the Columbo tactic on us, and how Christian families should look different in this 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 talks about caption ideas for your Christmas cards, then he takes calls on suicide, using apologetics in your limited time, the Old Testament Law, and whether we’re all in a simulation.
Greg talks about the shooting and the fire in his town then takes calls on Jesus’ sacrifice, the death of Job’s children, and whether salvation is a two-step process.
Greg answers questions about the Mormon “burning in the bosom,” whether it’s unchristian to insult atheists, and whether Acts 14:22 teaches we have to suffer to enter the kingdom.
Greg talks about how the media affects our view of reality then takes calls on what to say to a pastor who’s promoting LGBTQ causes and whether one should say, “What if I’m right and you’re wrong” to someone on his deathbed.
Greg answers questions on reaching people who are apathetic about spiritual things, Molinism, God “regretting” making man, and witnessing in the workplace.
Greg talks about the value of voting then takes questions on whether or not God would create a Christian who was incapable of love, the biblical canon, and why God didn’t provide a way to appropriately express same-sex attraction.