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.
How Do We Determine Which Books Are Divinely Inspired?
Questions about how we determine which books are divinely inspired and how to explain inerrancy to a skeptic.
Am I Childless Because I Don’t Fear God Enough?
Questions about whether the fact that God gave the Hebrew midwives families because they feared him indicates that childlessness is a sign of not fearing God enough and whether it’s a genetic fallacy to point out the eugenics philosophy of the founder of Planned Parenthood when arguing against abortion.
Why Does It Matter to Christians That Jesus Was Raised Bodily?
Questions about why it matters to Christians that Jesus was raised bodily and isn’t just living on as a spirit and whether Jesus had a fallen body while here on earth.
Can a Case Be Made against Homosexuality and Transgenderism without Using the Bible?
Question about making a case against homosexuality and transgenderism to non-believers who do not trust the Bible.
Is It Wrong to Get a Job Instead of Volunteering My Time to Help Others?
Questions about whether it’s a sin to get a job for extra money instead of volunteering one’s time to help others and a biblical response to the phrase “I don’t want to put the Holy Spirit in a box.”
Should I Patronize Businesses That Collide with My Moral Beliefs?
Questions about whether we should patronize businesses that collide with our moral beliefs, promote the LGBTQ lifestyle, or pay for employees to travel to other states for abortions and why God makes us with certain desires if he calls those desires sin.
From the England. This is a great podcast. It is very informative and balanced. This provides a way for those seeking answers to difficult questions to be answered as well as keeping people engaged in the word. Having completed Bible college (seminary) I find this a great way to keep engaged in biblical and theological thought outside the realms or traditional conversation. A staple podcast! Eternally greatful.