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Questions about whether Greg’s view of reading the Bible misses our subjective response and whether Numbers 12:6–8 says God doesn’t always speak clearly.
Greg and Amy answer questions about whether babies are conceived by God’s will or man’s, what it means that children are a “reward,” and whether all human beings are children of God.
Questions about self-defense, generational curses, Jesus’ instructions to “make friends with unrighteous wealth,” and using a book of prayers.
Greg cites problems with claiming Jeremiah 29:11 as a promise to us personally and gives a biblical interpretation of the passage.
Questions about the difference between the Old Covenant and New Covenant, whether we could be wrong about the Day of Judgment, and whether the Bible implies God is not all-knowing.
Greg provides Biblical examples supporting the idea that we should defend the faith.
Questions about how Jesus could be tempted if He didn’t have evil desires and why Jesus seems so different from the Old Testament accounts of God.
Greg talks to Amy about her time at the Discovery Institute Summer Seminar, then he answers a question about how to get people interested in apologetics-related questions.
Questions about the biblical definition of love and why we should care for our bodies and the environment.
Greg tells a story illustrating that just because someone claims to have a word from God, that doesn’t mean it’s true, then he answers questions about open vs. closed communion and hermeneutics for Proverbs.