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Tim offers insightful perspective on the question of other religions offering pieces of the truth. Transcript: 00:06 Do all religions offer a piece of the truth? Well, I think it's certainly 00:11 possible for different religions to offer a piece of the truth. For example, 00:15 different religions may offer some version of the Golden Rule - "Do unto
Greg offers his perspective on the fairness of God. Transcript: 00:07 You know Americans have a very refined sense of fair treatment. 00:10 In their view, everybody's gotta get exactly the same 00:13 or it just ain't fair. 00:15 And then, when they become Christians, or when they think 00:19 about Christianity, they want to transfer that notion to God.
Tim debunks the assertion that the Bible is filled with contradictions. Transcript: 0:00 How many of you have seen this graphic before? Has anyone seen this? 0:04 There's one of you. If you google "Bible contradictions" you will stumble upon 0:10 this graphic. What you are looking at is every single chapter of the Bible. The
Tim offers tips on talking to people who disagree with you. Transcript: 0:04 Are there any rules for engaging people who disagree with us? Well, there are 0:10 certainly a number of things that we need to keep in mind. Let me give you two 0:14 basic rules of engagement that we must remember when discussing spiritual and
Tim addresses a common objection to the deity of Christ. Transcript: 0:04 If the Father is greater than the Son, doesn't this prove that Jesus is not God? 0:10 This is a very common objection that you will hear from Jehovah's Witnesses when 0:15 they come knocking at your door. They will cite a verse like John 14:28 where
Alan explains the meaning and purpose behind the genre of Proverbs. Transcript: 0:00 Proverbs are not promises. Let me say that again, proverbs, in the Bible, are not promises 0:09 that God is required to satisfy for you. And this is important to understand 0:16 because there is this field of theology called hermeneutics, and hermeneutics is
Tim responds to the challenge that Jesus can't be God if He's not omniscient. Transcript: 0:05 How can Jesus be God if He doesn't know the time of His return? Those who deny 0:10 the deity of Christ love to cite Mark 13:32 as proof that Jesus cannot be God. 0:16 Speaking of the second coming, Jesus says, "But concerning that day or that hour, no
Are the Prayers of Two or Three People More Powerful Than the Prayers of One According to Matthew 18?
Matthew 18 talks about the Lord being “where two or three gather in my name.” Tim explains how we should understand this verse in light of the context. Transcript: 0:06 Does Matthew 18 verses 19 and 20 imply that the prayers of two or three people are 0:11 more powerful than the prayers of only one? If you've grown up in the church, you
Alan uses a helpful analogy to explain the difference between the Mosaic Law and the New Covenant. Transcript: 0:01 So I was recently asked a question about the nature of the Mosaic Law and new law. 0:06 You know, the Old Testament and the New Testament. And I've had a lot of people 0:10 ask me because they feel confused about how to understand these two, and so I
Greg discusses how to employ the "Rhodes Scholar" tactic in conversation. Transcript: 0:00 I want to give you a tip that will help you from being victimized by an appeal 0:06 to authority. Now, there's nothing wrong with appealing to authority. Some people 0:10 happen to be in a better position than other people to know what the facts of