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Many things foundational to a Christian worldview are things people already know through intuition—information built into our minds by a wise Creator. Our founding fathers called them “self-evident” truths.
Greg answers questions on God’s responsibility for sin, asking for directions from God, whether apologetics is for everybody, and churches blessing pets.
Greg answers questions about how the future might prove Christianity false, how to know and follow God’s will, and why God allowed Job’s children to be killed.
Greg talks about a couple that was murdered by ISIS then takes questions on what to do if no churches nearby are doctrinally sound, a response to Hume’s empiricism, and how to understand Psalm 137:9.
Greg answers questions about pursuing God’s presence, understanding the point of view of people in other identity groups, and his favorite book of the Bible.
Greg answers questions about whether Christians ought to follow all the Mosaic laws and how one should respond to an atheist who rejects Christianity because of its political implications.
Alan explains the implications of being made in the image of God and why society is shooting itself in the foot for rejecting this principle.
Greg talks about Mr. Rogers questioning his salvation before his death, then he takes calls on Neil Anderson’s ministry, whether deacons can be divorced, and if Christians should read books by atheists.
Greg answers questions about whether God would ever command someone to rape, the difference between inerrant and infallible, and whether we should say we’re spiritual or religious.
Greg critiques Sam Harris’s explanation of objective morality then takes questions about people in other religions feeling God’s presence and feral children’s sense of morality.