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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.
Melinda: Hey there, this is Stand to Reasons STRask podcast. We've got a special guest today, Brett Kunkle. Brett: It is good to be on this podcast, but I've got to admit that bell makes me nervous. Melinda: Why does it make you nervous? Brett: Because I only have a very limited amount of time to speak truth and wisdom.
Melinda: Hello there. This is Stand to Reason. We're an STRask podcast. I'm Melinda, The Enforcer, that's not my real last name, with Greg Koukl. That is his real last name. Hi Greg. Greg: Hello Miss Enforcer.
Last month I was asked to speak at a church on the question “Should Christians Embrace Evolution?” The way you answer this question depends entirely on what you mean by evolution. Broadly speaking, evolution can be divided into two categories: microevolution and macroevolution. Microevolution, or small-scale biological change, is obviously true and is virtually accepted by everyone. Macroevolution, on the other hand, is much more controversial.
Melinda: Do we have to change our opening music? It looked like it scared you? You can't risk a heart attack at your age. Greg: Well, it comes on pretty strong, but then I was just twitching along to it there a little bit. Melinda: Okay, I wasn't sure if I had to do CPR or something. Greg: Hi there.
When was the last time you went to a birthday party for a dead guy? Here’s your chance. On February 12, evolutionists everywhere will gather for Darwin Day, a celebration of Charles Darwin’s birthday. Darwin can’t make it, but that won’t stop the celebrations planned worldwide.
Melinda: Hey there folks, this is the STRask podcast. I'm Melinda the Enforcer, with Greg Koukl. He's going to answer your questions on a timer in four minutes or less. It's a short podcast and unlike ... Tim Barnett tweeted, it's a short podcast for short people, but that's not true. It's for all sizes of people. Just short answers. Greg, this podcast is ... We post new podcast every Monday. This will be going up Monday, which is February 8th. Isn't February 11th one of your radio anniversaries or something?