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Greg and Tim reflect on the death of Kobe Bryant and then take calls on polygamy in the Old Testament and Trinitarian worship in the church.
Questions about whether “Adam” just refers to “man” in general, whether God’s just nature is a good argument for Hell, and the definitions of faith and idolatry.
Greg answers questions about overpopulation, biblical ideas in popular culture, casting out demons, what God thinks of blind faith, and hypnotherapy.
Contrary to the opposite charge people tend to make today, early Christianity was mocked for being too pro-women. Here’s why.
Questions about why we call God our Father if He isn’t a man and whether it’s concerning that a pastor read from a “gender inclusive” translation of the Bible.
Questions about what to do when family members don’t want to hear about your faith and how to balance training children in the faith and letting them freely choose to follow Christ.
Greg talks about people unknowingly extolling the virtues of Christ through Christmas carols, then he answers questions about whether people who have died can hear us, what it means to desire spiritual gifts, a quote by Patrick Henry, and what “elohim” refers to in Psalm 82.
A thought-provoking image depicting a nativity scene with Mary, Joseph, and Jesus in separate cages is powerful, especially in light of the current political climate. But is it truthful?
Greg talks about Chick-fil-A’s new giving policy, then he answers questions about the philosophy of AA and the meaning of “this generation” in the Olivet Discourse.
Neil Shenvi explains how critical theory suppresses healthy arguments and why we should not let pressure from critical theorists prevent us from analyzing controversial topics.