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Greg shares how to beat three Bible-reading challenges.
What would you say to a group of Palestinian Christians and Muslims if you had the chance to teach them theology and apologetics? Here’s what Alan did.
Don’t let this day pass by without thinking about what it meant for Jesus and what it means for us today.
J. Warner goes over ways to date the resurrection then talks with Amy about what the death of a white rhinoceros reveals about secular worldviews and discusses shifts in our culture that led to an increase in school shootings.
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John aren’t the only Gospels we have from the ancient world. Here’s an easy way to remember why the New Testament only includes these four.
Greg is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about whether Christians have to hold to the biblical view of marriage to be saved, the misuse of John 12:32, praying in front of people, and books on parenting.
You can’t talk to a skeptic for long without hearing objections about the reliability of the biblical text, so this is a topic we all need to be familiar with.
J. Warner and Amy talk about how our fallen natures contribute to the spread of fake news then take questions on caffeine and cannabis, celebrating Easter, and fighting doubt caused by suffering.
It would often be easier to compromise, but we’re called to do church God’s way, even if it’s the more messy, difficult, and uncomfortable way.
Greg offers reasons we can know the gospels are the inspired Word of God both from objective and personal standpoints.