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Why Would God Want to Ruin Our Fun?

Is God a cosmic kill-joy? Does He give us a bunch of rules simply to take away our fun?

Video | Miscellaneous | Brett Kunkle | February 22, 2013

Bible Contradictions & Jesus Cursing the Fig Tree

Are there contradictions in the Bible? What about the differing accounts of Jesus cursing the fig tree in Matthew 21 and Mark 11? Brett answers this week's challenge.

Video | Apologetics | Brett Kunkle | February 22, 2013

Greg Koukl - Why Do So Many People Reject Jesus?

Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason answers the question, "If Jesus is the true way to God, then why have so many people rejected Him?"

Video | Miscellaneous | Greg Koukl | February 20, 2013

Greg Koukl - How Did You Become a Christian?

Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason answers the question, "How did you become a Christian?"

Video | Miscellaneous | Greg Koukl | February 20, 2013

Greg Koukl - Could Struggling and Doubt Be Good?

Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason answers the question, "How could struggling and doubt be good?"

Video | Miscellaneous | Greg Koukl | February 20, 2013

Greg Koukl - Does Faith Require God to Be Hidden?

Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason answers the question, "Does faith require God to be hidden?"

Video | Miscellaneous | Greg Koukl | February 20, 2013

Bullying the Vote: Prop. 8

Video | Miscellaneous | Admin | February 19, 2013

Analyzing the Convention Speeches

Video | Miscellaneous | Admin | February 19, 2013

Proof-Texting Perils

If you think you’re on safe theological ground because of a pet verse, better look twice.  Simple proof-texting has its perils.  Here’s how to avoid them.     The Perils of Proof-Texting and How to Avoid Them       Virtually every Christian with a theological point of view thinks his view is scriptural.  Why shouldn’t he.  He has a text he can quickly quote in his defense.

Solid Ground | Miscellaneous | Greg Koukl | November 1, 2007

The Intolerance of Tolerance

  Tolerance, one of America’s noblest virtues, has been so distorted it’s become a vice.             There is one word that can stop a follower of Christ in his tracks as he seeks to “give an account for the hope” that is in him. That word is “tolerance.”  Tolerant people do not “force” their personal views on others.  They are impartial, non-judgmental, and neutral.  Each person is permitted to decide for himself.  No “forcing” personal views.

Solid Ground | Apologetics | Greg Koukl | January 1, 2006