Host: Greg Koukl
Greg talks about how to disagree in a biblical way, then answers questions about how to correct ideas of the Hebrew Roots movement and coping with many problems.
- How to Disagree in a Biblical Way (00:00)
- How do I correct the ideas of the Hebrew Roots movement? (00:28)
- Coping with many problems (00:46)
- Upcoming events with STR speakers
- How Does the Old Testament Law Apply to Christians Today?
- Think of the Mosaic Covenant Like a State Law
- The Law and the Christian
- The Law of Moses and the Law of Christ
- 40 Questions about Christians and Biblical Law
- A series of posts by Justin Taylor on the above book
- What Is the Gospel? by Greg Gilbert
- Is Christmas Pagan? by Greg Koukl
- The history of Christmas and its symbols
- Parenting by Paul Tripp
- What Easter Says to Those Who Are Suffering by Amy Hall - "With the cross and resurrection at its core, Christianity need never deny the reality of evil and suffering because Jesus has proven Himself to be greater than all of it. He didn't just overcome it, He overcame through it. The cross was the very means by which He secured joy: "[F]or the joy set before Him [He] endured the cross, despising the shame" (Hebrews 12:2). In this same way, all evil will be swallowed up...Sometimes we're tempted to think evil is stronger than God, but when we understand that every attempt evil makes to harm us is working for our good, we'll see that all of evil's weapons have been removed from it; there is nothing left it can use against us."
- Christians, You Will Suffer by Amy Hall
- Don't Trust God to Protect You from Pain by Amy Hall (quoting Kevin DeYoung) - "Trust, therefore, does not mean hoping for the absence of pain but believing in the purpose of pain."
- Prayer Begins with Hope in God by Amy Hall
- If God Is Good: Faith in the Midst of Suffering and Evil by Randy Alcorn
- 1 Peter 4:12-5:11