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Melinda: Hi, this is the Stand to Reason STR Ask Podcast. #STRask because that's how you ask your questions. I'm Melinda the Enforcer and guess who I have here this week. Gregory Koukl. Hello, stranger. Greg: Hello, Miss Penner.
I would like to offer you, in a nutshell, what I think is the simplest, most powerful way, strategically, to make your case as a Christian. I would like to offer you, in a nutshell, what I think is the simplest, most powerful way, strategically, to make your case as a Christian. I have been using it a long time in a variety of ways, though it really came together for me quite by accident recently when my eldest daughter, then about eight years old, asked me an important question.
Stand to Reason Interview with Michael Kruger about Bart Ehrman’s Article:
Melinda: Hi there. This is STR Ask, Stand to Reason's short podcast. This is Melinda the Enforcer, with not Greg Koukl this week. Drumroll. We don't have drumroll. Amy Hall's with me this week. Hi, Amy! Amy: Hello, Melinda.
Melinda: Hey, there. This is the STRask podcast. This is Melinda the Enforcer, with Greg Koukl. What's so funny? Greg: Hey, there. Melinda: Hey, there. That's hilarious? Greg: No, I'm just saying hey there, Mindy. Melinda: Alrighty.
When I meet someone who claims that evolution is a fact, I have two questions for him. First, I need to find out what he means by evolution. To do this, I employ a variation of the first Columbo question: What do you mean by evolution? The term evolution can be used to mean a number of different things. Therefore, it’s important to find out precisely what they mean.
Melinda: Did that wake you up? Greg: Man, did it. Wow. Melinda: Right before Brooke hit the music. I'm tired. Wake up. Greg: Bang, that music came on. Melinda: This is #STRAsk. I'm Melinda, the Enforcer, with Greg Koukl.
“Religion is the cause of most wars,” declared our atheist guest. A few students shot nervous glances at me, hoping I would jump in. I sat there silently, not responding, instead waiting for the students’ training to kick in. We were in Berkeley, on a mission trip with more than 60 high schoolers and staff from Upland Christian Academy. Our atheist speaker, Victor, was outlining various objections to religion. He continued, “And Christianity can be blamed for many of those wars.”
Melinda: Hey there, this is Stand to Reason, STRask podcast, that's #STRask. I'm Melinda the enforcer with Greg Koukl, the president of Stand to Reason, and this is our short podcast with short questions and short answers. You submit them to us by going to Twitter and using #STRask, and that's how we find them. Hi, Greg. Greg: Howdy.
Nervously I asked my friend, “Is your daughter a Christian?” “No,” she replied, “but that’s okay!” I thought to myself, That’s strange. Why would a mother be okay that her college-aged daughter wasn’t a Christian? Before I even asked, though, she began to clarify. “God promised me that if I raise my daughter in the ways of the Lord, she won’t depart from her faith when she’s older. I’ve done my part and raised my daughter as a Christian.