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Greg is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about improving prayer, intuition as a means of knowing, and how he responds when someone asks if he’s religious.
Alan responds to the challenge that his work is misguided because he cares more about apologetics than the Gospel.
Prayer is hard. Since connecting with God in intimate friendship is vital for survival, I thought you might like to know, briefly, how I pray.
Greg talks about scientism then answers questions about whether or not it’s appropriate for a Christian to have a gay couple stay in her home and whether it’s okay to pay taxes when the money goes to things we oppose.
An upcoming film will address the effects of smartphones and social media to help parents navigate the challenges in this technology-filled world.
Greg unpacks the definition of "desire" in light of 1 Timothy 2:3-4. Transcript: 00:06 Okay, so here's a challenging question: Does God literally desire all to be 00:17 saved? Now of course, the emphasis of that question, with the word "literally," is on 00:22 the "all," but the operative word there is not "all." The operative word is "desire,"
Greg unpacks the definition of “desire” in 1 Timothy 2:3–4.
Greg is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about how we’ll all be able to spend time with Jesus after the resurrection, whether the Bible promises protection to Christians, and the books Greg reads.
The story of doubting Thomas doesn’t promote blind faith. In fact, the text actually teaches the exact opposite: biblical faith is trusting in what you have good evidence to believe is true.
Greg recounts a conversation he had with someone who said she was “spiritual, not religious” then answers questions about creating with the appearance of age, Christ’s body, and Matthew 6:33.