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Greg talks about the value of voting then takes questions on whether or not God would create a Christian who was incapable of love, the biblical canon, and why God didn’t provide a way to appropriately express same-sex attraction.
Greg answers questions about Jesus being called “Immanuel,” why polygamy is no longer acceptable, and a moral argument against robot brothels.
Greg talks about a review of Heretic in Salvo Magazine then takes questions on hearing the voice of God, voluntary muscle movements as evidence of free will, and Noah’s ark.
Greg answers questions about taking Genesis and Job literally, whether the Bible says God won’t give us more than we can handle, and how we can tell if someone is interested in Christianity.
Greg exhorts everyone to read through the Bible once a year then takes questions on communicating the gospel quickly and apologetics books for students.
Greg answers questions about how there could be degrees of punishment, God’s will for our lives, and how one can pray without doubt. [We had a few minutes of audio difficulties again in this one. Our apologies once again. We’ll get this figured out!]
Greg goes through Azusa’s statement reversing a new policy that allowed LGBTQ+ relationships on campus then takes questions on moral standards, whether science is superior to the Bible, cessationism, and more.
Greg answers questions about why God allows animals to suffer, whether Adam and Eve handed authority over to Satan, and corporate worship for introverts.
Greg responds to the claim that “there’s no evidence for Christianity” then answers questions about ghosts, arguing civilly, comforting the sick, and materials for teaching conversational apologetics.
Greg answers questions about the “you” referred to in 2 Peter 3:8–9 and what 1 Timothy 2:4 means when it says God wants all people to be saved.