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Greg exhorts everyone to read through the Bible once a year then takes questions on communicating the gospel quickly and apologetics books for students.
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.
The Ehrman Project was created to give brief responses to arguments popularized by Bart Ehrman. Here are two of those responses by New Testament scholar Michael Kruger.
Greg answers questions about an alleged contradiction between God’s wrath and love, whether God needs believers to accomplish His purposes, whether apologetics can lead people to Christ, and more.
Greg discusses an article that claims the stories about Jesus were copied from previous myths as he gives tools to help you assess other claims you’ll encounter.
Greg gives tips for how to respond well to arguments on any topic as he discusses an article challenging the historicity of the Bible.
Greg answers questions about pre-fourth-century New Testament manuscripts, whether Deuteronomy 8:18 means we need to exercise God-given authority to build wealth, and why Judas had to betray Jesus.
Greg answers questions about people misusing Jesus’ name, whether the number of demoniacs challenges inerrancy, David’s view of God’s love and judgment in Psalm 143, and more.
Joseph Smith’s “First Vision” is at the root of Mormonism’s unique doctrines, but a look at the historical records reveals a problem: Its major details seem to have evolved over time.
Greg tells a story of how someone used tactics to draw a person out in conversation, then he takes questions on presuppositional apologetics and how to make sense of God’s promises of health.