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Four Reasons We Can Be Confident the Gospel Accounts Are Eyewitness Accounts
J. Warner Wallace gives four reasons we can be confident the Gospel accounts are eyewitness accounts, answers a question about family planning, discusses how Christian principles cause people to thrive, then talks to callers about the Old Testament prophets and why God created Satan.
A Training Model for Equipping Young People
J. Warner Wallace talks about a training model for equipping young people, then he talks to callers about a argument for the certainty of coming judgment that doesn’t refer to the Bible and how to share the gospel with family members who think they’re already Christians.
Four Encouraging Points to Remember When Struggling with Mental Health
Maybe you’re struggling with mental health issues. Maybe you have a friend who struggles.
God’s Amazing Grace Could Only Have Been Revealed in a Fallen World
John Newton revealed God’s amazing grace to the world—not just through his hymn, but through his life.
You Can’t Tear Down the Norm and Then Be Surprised by What Comes Next
Andrew Sullivan recognizes the destructive danger queer theory poses to societal norms, but it was the same-sex marriage movement that destroyed the basis for sexual norms in the first place, leaving him with no principled way to argue against queer theorists.
How to TRAIN Youth: Nurture the Wounds of Our Youth
Tim Barnett explains why we need to encourage, defend, and pray for our youth.
Objections to the Moral Argument for the Existence of God
Greg responds to objections to the moral argument in this interview from the Reasoned Hope podcast with Parks Edwards.
Why God Is the Best Explanation for the Existence of Objective Morality
Greg explains why we should think objective morality exists and why God is the best explanation for its existence in this interview from the the Reasoned Hope podcast with Parks Edwards.
Did the Mosaic Law Require Jephthah to Keep His Vow or Break It?
After Jephthah made his foolish vow, did the Mosaic Law require him to keep his vow or break it?
Abortion to Prevent Premature Death
Was it wrong for Florida to deny a woman an abortion when physicians knew the baby wouldn’t survive long after delivery?
How to TRAIN Youth: Involve Youth in the Battlefield of Ideas
Tim Barnett encourages believers to find opportunities for youth to engage in critical thinking and interact with other worldviews.
Hollywood Is Changing Women into Men
Greg talks to a caller about how to deal with doubts, then he talks about Hollywood’s depiction of women and answers a question about churches that do more “seeker-friendly” sermons and focus on presenting the gospel rather than doing expository preaching.
Deconstructing Is Not Reforming Your Faith
Some Christians and many former Christians are promoting a trendy approach to doubting and questioning your faith called deconstruction. Is it the same as reforming your faith?
Do the Right Thing before God
Greg talks about putting faithfulness to God above appeasing friends who disagree with you, then he answers questions about whether God is evil if he created a world where he knew so many people would suffer and what a teacher should do when he’s told to use preferred pronouns.
A Response to an Employer’s Request for Pronouns
This man’s response to his employer’s pronoun request graciously covers key points and could serve as an excellent outline for you as you plan how you will respond in future situations.
Did Jephthah Kill His Daughter to Fulfill a Vow to God?
In Judges 11, did Jephthah kill his daughter to fulfill a vow to God?
How to TRAIN Youth: Arm Youth with the Truth
Tim Barnett explains how we can inoculate our youth by exposing them to challenges and supplying them with answers.
Is Christianity a Mind-Control Cult?
Greg talks to callers about whether Christianity is a mind-control cult because it says you’re fallen and need someone to save you, the view that the Jews of today are not the real descendants of Abraham, reason vs. the Bible, Jesus’ view of social justice, and when to apply 1 Corinthians 5:11.
A 30-Year Ride
Greg talks about the first 30 years of Stand to Reason, then he answers questions about universalism, the Roman Catholic view of the authority of tradition, and the difference between tradition and the objective truth of Scripture.
How to TRAIN Youth: Require More From Students
Tim Barnett reminds us that entertaining students should not be our goal.