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Sequence-Specific Information Comes from a Mind (Video)

Tim explains the unlikely odds of the correct sequence for proteins developing by chance.

Blog Post | Science | Tim Barnett | July 1, 2019

Sequence-Specific Information Comes from a Mind

Tim explains the unlikely odds of the correct sequence for proteins developing by chance.

Video | Science | Tim Barnett | July 1, 2019

Hell Interrupted – Part 3

Tim Barnett and Greg Koukl explain why the most natural reading of the full corpus of Scripture on Hell supports the church’s historical position of eternal conscious torment and not nonexistence.

Solid Ground | Theology | Tim Barnett | July 1, 2019

#STRask - July 1, 2019

Questions about sacrifices taking place during the millennial reign and Paul offering sacrifices in Acts 21:26.

Podcast Episode | Theology | Greg Koukl | July 1, 2019

How the Smallest Born Baby Proves Abortion Is Wrong

Alan explains how the birth and survival of the smallest baby challenges four tenets of abortion-choice advocacy.

Podcast Episode | Bio-Ethics | Alan Shlemon | June 30, 2019

Sometimes Judgment Is a Virtue

Greg talks about different kinds of judgment (and what Jesus condemned), then he answers questions about being an employer, premarital sex, confronting a roommate about his theology, and evolution.

Podcast Episode | Theology | Greg Koukl | June 28, 2019

There Can Be No Moral Progress if There’s No Standard

The moral relativist who is fighting for a moral principle is living in tension with his beliefs, and this provides a great starting point for a spiritual conversation.

Blog Post | Philosophy | Amy K. Hall | June 27, 2019

#STRask - June 27, 2019

Questions about believing in a God who would send Anne Frank to Hell and Ted Bundy to Heaven and using the Ray Comfort method of street evangelism.

Podcast Episode | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | June 27, 2019

Why Intelligent Design Is An Argument from Knowledge, Not Ignorance

Intelligent design theory is not merely an argument from ignorance, a “God of the gaps” placeholder we use when we don’t have a naturalistic answer. Here’s why.

Blog Post | Science | Amy K. Hall | June 26, 2019

Is It Appropriate to Judge Whether or Not Someone Is Saved?

Greg talks about whether one can or should judge if someone is really saved, then he answers questions about Christians causing LGBT suicides and advice for responding to a son who says he’s an atheist.

Podcast Episode | Theology | Greg Koukl | June 26, 2019