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Greg answers questions about why God allows animals to suffer, whether Adam and Eve handed authority over to Satan, and corporate worship for introverts.
What does it mean to be human? Our culture is deeply divided on this question, and a great deal depends on the answer.
Greg responds to the claim that “there’s no evidence for Christianity” then answers questions about ghosts, arguing civilly, comforting the sick, and materials for teaching conversational apologetics.
If God is opposed to polygamy, why does 2 Samuel 12:8 say that God gave David wives?
Greg answers questions about the “you” referred to in 2 Peter 3:8–9 and what 1 Timothy 2:4 means when it says God wants all people to be saved.
Greg talks about the nature of marriage then takes calls on discovering spiritual gifts, whether retirement is biblical, and how to respond to someone who cites an authority you’re not familiar with.
There’s no point in reading God’s word if you misunderstand what it says. That’s where hermeneutics can help, and every believer should study it at some level. It’s that important.
Greg answers questions about what the devil can do, irresistible grace in light of what Jesus said about the rich young man, and why Jesus’ name wasn’t already above all names.
Some might panic when they hear there will be no marriage after the resurrection. Can we be fully happy without one of the greatest physical pleasures humanity knows?
There are no verses in the Bible. Nope. Not a one. At least, not in the original. Here’s why we need to keep that in mind as we read.