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The Google incident shows that religious business people aren’t the only ones who would like to run their businesses according to their values, and we should all have that right.
Greg talks to Sean McDowell about resources for students, including the Apologetics Study Bible for Students.
Religious people are seeking to live out their convictions, and the changing values of our society are infringing on their rights.
For Christ, the cross literally meant giving up everything, even His own life. He denied His own will to do the will of the Father. God expects no less from us when it comes to the matter of sex.
Tim debunks the assertion that the Bible is filled with contradictions.
Tim debunks the assertion that the Bible is filled with contradictions. Transcript: 0:00 How many of you have seen this graphic before? Has anyone seen this? 0:04 There's one of you. If you google "Bible contradictions" you will stumble upon 0:10 this graphic. What you are looking at is every single chapter of the Bible. The
Greg’s on a timer and answers questions about Jeremiah 29:11, Psalm 139, 13-16, and Ephesians 2:10.
When external sources corroborate incidental details in the Gospels, we have more evidence that the Gospels can be trusted.
Greg gives advice on how to keep going in ministry when you’re not feeling it and then answers questions about handling steamrollers and responding to moral relativists.
Brett explains his plans for MAVEN, a new organization created to help students—and those who teach and train students—know truth, pursue goodness, and create beauty.