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Greg talks about recent conversations he had on a flight then answers questions about how private sexual behaviors hurt people, the arguments to cover in an apologetics class, and more.
Was Jesus’ claim to be God misunderstood? Was it a legend? Was it merely a political strategy? Did He never exist at all? Or was He who He claimed to be?
Greg is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about Jesus’ perfection, attending a housewarming for unmarried people, responding to an aggressive challenger, and more.
Greg is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about giving the Bible the benefit of the doubt, using tactics in written communication, and reconciling 1 Timothy 2:4 with Calvinism.
Greg has a new book you might want to have on hand to offer people after spiritual conversations, and it’s especially helpful around Easter.
Greg is on a four-minute timer and answers questions about an atheist’s challenge, persecution for followers of Christ, whether or not the Psalms are applicable to Christians, and prayer.
In order to invest time in the spiritual disciplines, we first have to trust in God’s power, love, wisdom, and desire to help us. In short, we have to believe that Christianity is true.
If you learn how to study well, you will not only learn more effectively, but you will also enjoy both the process and its fruit.
Alan talks about how every apologetic subject comes back to God and that often times it’s more prudent to discuss God’s existence rather than a secondary issue.
What difference does it make to say the original biblical writings were inerrant if all we have today are copies with errors?