Our purpose is to help Christians think more clearly about their faith and to help them make an even-handed, incisive, yet gracious defense for classical Christianity. Released every Wednesday and Friday.
Everything Is Political Now
Greg talks about the need for us to engage the ideas of our culture that are relevant to Christianity, even when those ideas have been declared political, then he answers questions about demons, character development, the progressive church, and interacting with people in a post-truth society.
Define What You Mean by “Hate” and “Hater”
Greg and Tim talk about some negative reactions they’ve received (and seen others receive) and give some thoughts on how to respond.
Signs of Legislation to Come
Greg talks about a bill that was proposed and then, thankfully, modified in California, then he answers questions about whether your lifestyle can disqualify you as a Christian, whether justification by faith alone is an essential doctrine, and how to respond to claims about the percentage of intersex people.
Some Hills Are Worth Dying On
Greg talks about the issue of using people’s preferred pronouns, then he answers questions about resources for understanding the Bible and being judgmental of people’s entertainment choices.
When Does False Doctrine Become a Salvation Issue?
Greg continues responding to a question about when a deviation from doctrine becomes a salvation issue, then he answers questions about charity for people who created their situation, God torturing people in Hell, being unequally yoked, and more.
An Encouraging Testimony
Greg talks to Max Babshinskiy about how he became a Christian, then he answers questions about why Jesus didn’t inherit a sinful nature and how far one can deviate from the core doctrines of Christianity before it becomes a salvation issue.