Treasuring God’s WordGreg talks about his love for his Bible, a caller tells his story about becoming blind and reading the Bible as a blind Christian, and Greg answers questions about why Peter wanted to get out of the boat in Matthew 14 and follow-up questions from the last episode about the ideology behind CRT.
I Love the Problem of EvilGreg talks about how the problem of evil itself points to the truth of Christianity, then he answers questions about whether it’s okay to tell someone they’re believing a lie, Hillsong music, and whether Christian business owners should use their platforms to explicitly glorify God.
Original Sin Doesn’t Absolve Us of Responsibility for Our SinGreg talks about why original sin doesn’t absolve us of responsibility for our sin, then he answers questions about an argument for preterism, idolatry, a church sponsoring a workshop on hearing the voice of God, and whether it’s okay for Christians to do yoga.
What Jesus Said about SexGreg talks about what Jesus said about sex, then he answers questions about participating in Halloween, what qualifies as idolatry, Romans 13 and illegal immigration, whether Romans 14:23 is legitimate grounds for a religious exemption from the COVID vaccine, and ending abortion by adding more social programs.
Discrimination at the Art Institute of ChicagoGreg talks about the volunteer docents at the Art Institute of Chicago all being dismissed because they were wealthy and white, then he answers a question about what Colossians 1:19–20 means when it says Jesus reconciled all things in Heaven and on earth to God.
Politics Is a Moral EnterpriseGreg explains that your salvation doesn’t depend on your politics, but your politics should reflect your salvation, and in a culture where everything is now political, Christians can’t avoid politics, then he answers a question about the difference between the NAR’s Dominion theology and postmillennialism and discusses the rapture.
American Christians’ Extreme Theological IlliteracyGreg talks about a recent study that shows only 6% of American adults have a biblical worldview, then he answers questions about whether God is just a puppet master and whether it’s hypocritical to buy products from companies that promote things you disagree with but then not give money to the Salvation Army because they promote CRT.
A Culture of OffenseGreg talks about Peter Boghossian’s resignation from Portland State University due to their “culture of offense” stifling free inquiry, then he answers questions about Christian leaders endorsing CRT, how to start discipling people, and whether it’s equally heinous to have an abortion at one month as it is at eight months.
Tips for Christian College StudentsGreg gives tips to Christian college students, then he talks to callers about whether objective truth can be grounded in external principles, whether it’s biblically okay for a woman to be an apologist, how to respond to a Mormon interpretation of the Bible, and committing to a church one disagrees with on prophecy.
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