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Greg talks about the panic over COVID-19 then answers questions about confronting fellow Christians with the truth and the King James Only movement.
Questions about whether we’ll be able to grow spiritually in Heaven, whether we’ll be able to fall off a cliff in Heaven, and whether the Old Testament was written in 500 BC.
The belief that we can’t know anything, including what happens to us when we die, unless science confirms it is not justified. Here’s why.
Greg clarifies his point of view on using preferred names and pronouns then answers questions about why there are more ancient religions than Judaism and whether Revelation 17–18 is matching up with current events.
If we don’t end friendships with those who hold to errant theology, will we be contributing to the harm their views are causing in people’s lives?
Questions about whether Jeremiah 4:2 contradicts Jesus’ command, how the disciples misunderstood Jesus if Greg’s view of the voice of God is correct, the prodigal son parable, and prenups.
Greg and Amy respond to questions about reacting to evil in light of God’s use of evil, whether goodness entails purpose, and how to respond when charged with the “No True Scotsman” fallacy.
Questions about what 1 Peter 3:1 means when it tells wives to submit “in the same way” and how the Holy Spirit can be in millions of people.
There’s a temptation to present a “kinder and gentler” version of Christianity that seems to fit better with the “culture of diversity” and with relativism. Here’s why we can’t.
Greg and Amy respond to questions about why God revealed Himself to a specific people group, why He didn’t start with the New Covenant, and advice for a Christian married to an atheist steamroller.