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Alan shares how to continue a Gospel-centered conversation with a friend or family member who says, "Enough of that!"
What was Jesus loving and accepting regarding during His ministry? Greg clarifies a common misconception.
Should a Christian not vote against abortion because their view that abortion is murder is a theological claim, not a scientific claim? Alan responds to this question and shows how the premise is wrong to begin with.
Greg helps Christians understand what characterizes a false teacher.
Alan shares important tips for having productive interactions about your convictions on the internet.
Greg explains what role the fruit of the Spirit plays in the life of the Christian and whether it's an indicator of regeneration. Transcript: 00:07 It's a basic teaching of Christianity that when a person receives the free 00:13 gift of forgiveness— In other words, it's not something you earn. You can't buy it.
Tim clarifies a common misconception about the biblical definition of faith.
If a pro-life atheist doesn't believe in a Moral Law Giver, can their view be consistent? Transcript: 00:06 If atheists can't ground morality, can they be consistently pro-life? Well, if 00:12 the question is whether atheists can oppose abortion, then of course the 00:16 answer is yes. They can, in fact, fight against abortion laws, for example. But if
What should we do when doubts come? Tim encourages Christians not to feel shame about having doubts then shares examples of how doubt can ultimately point us back to God. Transcript: 00:05 Can Christians have doubts about God? Every Christian has had some doubts at 00:11 some point in their Christian life. We're all finite creatures. We don't know
Greg shares what he'd do if someone used questions to maneuver him out of the driver's seat in conversation about differing convictions. 00:05 For years I have been advocating using a technique of asking questions in order 00:13 to maneuver more effectively, carefully, and persuasively in conversations with