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Greg unpacks the definition of "desire" in light of 1 Timothy 2:3-4. Transcript: 00:06 Okay, so here's a challenging question: Does God literally desire all to be 00:17 saved? Now of course, the emphasis of that question, with the word "literally," is on 00:22 the "all," but the operative word there is not "all." The operative word is "desire,"
Alan distinguishes between two types of soul development and shares his thoughts on which one we'll experience in Heaven. Transcript: 00:05 I've been asked if our soul continues to develop in Heaven. Now, before we answer
Greg refutes the challenge that those who turn to Christ during a difficult time in life have somehow been taken advantage of.
Greg shares how struggling and doubt can lead to growth in the life of a Christian. Transcript:
There's a notion going around that in order for us to have real faith, God must remain hidden. Greg uses biblical support to respond to this claim. Transcript:
Greg explains how and why Jesus stands apart from other religious leaders. Transcript: 00:06 So my question here is, "Why is Jesus different from other religious leaders?" 00:12 And frankly, I thought the question was going to be, "How is Jesus different from
Alan shares some thoughts regarding three realms of brokenness that produce evil in the world. Transcript: 00:06 I've been asked a simple question: Why is there so much evil? And to me, the answer 00:11 is also simple. It's because creation and everything in it is broken. Right, we live
Greg responds to the atheist claim that true morality can only exist without the enticement of reward or the threat of punishment. Transcript: 00:06 There's a meme in play right now that basically says, "True morality is a 00:14 morality that is not motivated by the enticement of a reward or the threat of
It’s almost here. You and I, with Christians across the globe, will celebrate the gift of God’s Son, Jesus Christ. It’s the best gift ever—one of infinite value, yet given freely for you and me more than 2,000 years ago. And more than worthy of all the festivities that come with Christmas.
Alan responds to an atheist's challenge: "You don't need religion to have morals. If you can't determine right from wrong then you lack empathy, not religion." Transcript: 00:06 Here's a challenge I've been asked to respond to. People say, "You don't need 00:10 religions to have morals. If you can't determine right from wrong, then you lack