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Imagine who you would become and how well you would know God if you immersed yourself in the Bible. Here’s how you can build up your knowledge of the Bible over the next ten years.
Greg talks about Peter’s warnings against the destructive heresies of false teachers then takes questions on marrying non-Christians, attending Catholic mass, and whether Jesus really sacrificed anything if He was resurrected.
Sometimes, disagreeing is the most loving thing we can do, but disagreeing in a way that isn’t disagreeable is a skill that takes practice to develop.
J. Warner Wallace is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about Christians and the martial arts, the spiritual effects of having a Buddha statue, the church’s focus on homosexuality, and helping seekers who have suffered a tragedy.
You might have a few friends who seem ridiculously far away from Christ—friends you despair of ever reaching—but here’s some good news for you.
Greg talks about helping children learn to navigate the new complexities of adolescence then answers questions about the audience for the Gospels and how to discuss fetal homicide laws in class.
You, Mr. or Ms. Ordinary, are actually, in reality, going to stand before God and see Him for yourself one day. What is your reaction to that certain fact?
Is it a good idea for Christians to use the phrase “I could be wrong...” when discussing their convictions?
Is it a good idea for Christians to use the phrase "I could be wrong..." when discussing their convictions? Transcript: 00:06 You know in the Ambassador material that we provide at Stand to Reason, of course, my 00:11 goal for you is that you become a better ambassador for Christ, and that's three
J. Warner Wallace is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about picking which experts to trust, evidence for Jesus, the book of nature and the book of Scripture, and an analogy for the Trinity.