Greg talks to Tim Barnett about the release of his new book, The Deconstruction of Christianity, then he answers questions about why a sex-change surgery isn’t the same kind of thing as fixing a cleft palate, which kinds of weddings we shouldn’t attend, and Jesus’ limitations as an infant.
- Interview: Tim Barnett on the release of his new book (00:00)
- Is a sex-change surgery the same kind of thing as repairing a cleft palate? (09:00)
- Commentary: Which kinds of weddings should we not attend? (30:00)
- When Jesus was an infant, was he limited to only the knowledge and wisdom an infant would have, or was there a part of him that existed outside the limitations of an infant? (40:00)
Mentioned on the Show
- The Deconstruction of Christianity: What It Is, Why It’s Destructive, and How to Respond by Tim Barnett and Alisa Childers
- Donate to Stand to Reason
- #STRask: Should We Correct a Wrongly-Gendered Body Just as We Correct Bad Eyesight?
- #STRask: Why Is It Wrong to Have Surgery to Alter Your Sex?
- What the Bible Says about Divorce and Remarriage by Wayne Grudem
- Why I Changed My Mind about Deconstruction by Tim Barnett
- Don’t Assume We Should Change the Body to Match the Mind by Amy Hall