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Greg talks about the meaning of Matthew 18:20, then he takes calls on apologetic methodology, how Christians should view patriotism, the end of Mark, and whether Luke 12:11–12 still applies today.
Questions about whether someone who commits suicide automatically goes to Hell, whether God supplies all our needs, and why the New Testament writers said Christ is Creator.
Greg reflects on his astonishment that people would say they have no regrets, then he takes calls on the first sin, what forgiveness entails, textual transmission, and altar calls.
Besides abortion, there are several new biotechnologies that threaten innocent human life. Alan describes four of them.
Greg answers questions about Jesus not turning stones into bread, where Jesus’ soul went while His body was in the grave, forgiving ourselves, and why Paul would go to Rome when the Spirit warned against it.
Greg answers questions about Jesus cursing the fig tree and whether or not God approves of women being treated as “background characters” in the Old Testament.
Alan clarifies his views on homosexuality, then he talks about a Chinese pastor’s “Declaration of Faithful Disobedience.”
Greg answers questions about whether human beings are two or three parts, how Proverbs 3:9–10 applies today, and why people should believe Jesus exists and trust Him for their salvation.
Alan and Amy discuss the ethical difficulties that can arise with in vitro fertilization, including a story of a couple who ended up with 20 frozen embryonic children and wanted to warn others about the possible dangers.
Greg answers questions about why we fight against abortion for the lives of the unborn if they’re just going to go to heaven and whether Messianic Jews are required to follow the Mosaic Law.