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Greg answers questions about why we’re responsible for our sin, who Romans 7 is referring to, and how we know Luke was a close associate of Paul.
If a Muslim or a Mormon asked you why it matters if God is a Trinity, would you know how to answer him? Here are some reasons for you to consider.
Alan talks about the unique questions that arise when teaching Christians in a Muslim culture about abortion in the case of rape, then he answers questions about homosexuality and Mormonism.
Does 1 Kings 19 teach that good decision making requires learning how to hear the "still, small voice" of God? A look at the passage shows that’s not what this story is about.
Alan helps clarify how it was possible for Jesus to truly experience temptation even though he never would have given into it. Transcript: 00:01 Was Jesus really tempted if He could not sin? 00:07 Well, the Bible clearly teaches that Jesus was tempted. So in one sense, the 00:12 answer is clear, right? I mean, Hebrews 4:15 says, "For we do not have a high
Alan helps clarify how it was possible for Jesus to truly experience temptation even though He never would have given into it.
Greg answers questions about how God can love if love requires the ability to choose good or evil and why Hebrews 1:4–5 says Jesus became superior to the angels.
The message being given to your children by our culture has moved from the regretful necessity of abortion to the goodness of abortion. Are you prepared to teach them the truth?
Greg takes questions on how to honor an abusive father, whether faith is trusting God can do something or will do something, the Trinity as an issue of salvation, and atheists using Scripture to object to God’s morality.
Satan asked, “Did God really say...?” as he tried to convince Adam and Eve that God is not truthful, not loving, and not enough, and his game plan hasn’t changed.