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The Columbo Tactic – asking question – is powerful. But what if you could amplify the impact you make with it? In this episode, Alan explains how to upgrade your approach to create even more powerful questions.
Questions about the difference between moral objectivism and moral absolutism and taking the roof off the claim that consent should be the basis of one’s sexual ethic.
Greg talks about why we need gardeners, not just harvesters, then he answers questions about asking people their definition of right and wrong, an alternative to the Jesus Calling devotionals, and interactions with an atheist friend.
Questions about how we know the God who exists is the God of the Bible, whether Jesus wants everyone to be healed in this life, and pastors who wrongly say God has healed someone.
Greg reflects on the Christmas story, then he talks about a principle of learning and appreciating, answers a question about apologetics curriculum, and gives a principle for interpreting difficult passages.
Questions about the best atheist argument for objective morality, whether Jesus made amoral mistakes, and the idea that “God closed that door.”
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.
Questions about God choosing to have Jesus die, Jesus forgiving everyone even though not everyone goes to Heaven, and whether we need to continue to ask for forgiveness.
Alan explains how to use a common yet powerful question to help point people to God.
Greg interviews Dr. Stephen Meyer and archaeologist Dr. Titus Kennedy about archaeological evidence for the Exodus.