Greg talks about dealing with doubt about Christianity, fast food and moral views, then takes calls on if moral acts can be defined without reference to personal beliefs, if the Gospels are unreliable testimony because they cannot be cross-examined, and more.
- Commentary: Dealing With Doubt About Christianity
- Commentary: Fast Food and Moral Views
- Can moral acts be defined without reference to personal beliefs?
- The Gospels are unreliable testimony because they cannot be cross-examined.
- Can Christians lose their salvation?
- Is there a second baptism of the Holy Spirit after conversion?
- How were Old Testament people saved before Jesus?
- What is an effective way to witness to Muslims?
- How do we decide what’s wise to do once we know what’s within God’s will?
- Should Christians be vegetarians too because animal cruelty is immoral?
- The Koran has been corrupted and is unreliable.
- Doesn’t the Bible have a different definition of marriage with the practice of polygamy?