Stand to Reason’s Greg Koukl and Amy Hall answer questions on ethics, theology, apologetics, and culture from a Christian perspective. Submit your questions on Twitter using the hashtag #STRask.
Does God Consider a Divorced Couple to Still Be Married?
Questions about whether God considers a divorced couple to still be married and whether one can vote for a national political candidate who is openly transgender.
How Do You Explain the Harshness of the Old Testament vs. the New Testament?
Questions about the alleged inconsistency between the harshness of the Old Testament vs. the New Testament (and why God would set up a system of Law and redemption) and why the command given to Noah and the New Testament believers against eating blood wouldn’t be binding on us today.
Why Would an Omniscient God Test Hezekiah to Know What Was in His Heart?
Questions about how the death of David’s son squares with Ezekiel 18:20, what 2 Chronicles 32:31 means when it says God tested Hezekiah’s to know what was in his heart, and financing the wedding of a child who may marry an atheist.
Now God Suddenly Cares about Unborn Babies?
Questions about God suddenly caring about unborn babies, whether it’s hypocritical to support freedom of choice for the vaccine but not abortion, and responding to the argument that an aborted fetus has not died because it doesn’t receive a death certificate.
Why Isn’t the Sabbath a Universal Commandment?
Questions about responding to the objection that the New Testament mistranslated and misrepresented the Hebrew Bible and why the Sabbath isn’t a universal commandment like the other nine.
What Can Parents Do to Ensure Their Children Continue in the Faith?
Questions about what parents can do to help ensure their children continue in the faith and whether Christians should be concerned by the fact that near-death experiences so often don’t seem to match Christianity.
Very insightful. The discussions will help those seeking simple answers as well as those who want to go deeper. I appreciate the knowledge and experience of the hosts and trust them to provide truthful and honest discussions.
This is such an excellent resource that I am so thankful for.
This is such a great resource! I am very thankful for STR. Greg always has truthful, quick responses to people’s questions. These are relevant to what most people today may have questions about.