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Alan Shlemon fills in for Greg today and answers questions about God commanding the death of unborn babies, ungodly spirituality in movies, and an aspect of humanity a materialist would have difficulty explaining.
Alan responds to the claim that pro-lifers don’t really think abortion is murder if they don’t think women should get the death penalty for having an abortion, then he answers questions about God’s character and whether there are more than two possible sexes.
Ireland has voted to repeal their right-to-life constitutional amendment, but making abortion legal doesn’t make it moral.
Alan talks to Dr. Jay Smith, longtime debater and missionary to Muslims, about his work and some new (and/or little-known) evidence against Islam.
Would you like to improve your ability to engage others in spiritual conversations? Do what Jesus did 284 times in the Gospels. Find out what that is in this episode.
Jesus asked 284 questions during evangelistic conversations in the Gospels, and we should take a cue from our Master. Here are four reasons why questions are so powerful.
Alan discusses an article written by an abortion doctor then takes questions on the inerrancy of the New Testament, the Alfie Evans situation, meditation on God’s word, and the power not to sin.
Alan tells the story of how a campus Christian group responded to an anti-Christian song with compassion and grace then takes questions on the biblical definition of love, original sin, and resources for critical thinking skills.
Some abortion-choice advocates claim that abortion is no different than taking someone off life support. Alan explains why that is not the case.
If a pro-life atheist doesn't believe in a Moral Law Giver, can their view be consistent? Transcript: 00:06 If atheists can't ground morality, can they be consistently pro-life? Well, if 00:12 the question is whether atheists can oppose abortion, then of course the 00:16 answer is yes. They can, in fact, fight against abortion laws, for example. But if