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.
Can I Have Assurance of My Salvation?
Greg comments on what John 16:13 means when it says the Spirit “will guide you into all truth,” then he answers questions about the parables of the kingdom in Matthew 13, assurance of salvation, the eternal destiny of the Philistine soldiers, and how the Gospel writers knew details about events they didn’t witness.
Good Parents Discipline Their Children
Greg reflects on God’s discipline of his children, then he answers a question about when we should trust the early church councils.
A Biblical Answer to Abortion
Greg explains how the issue of abortion is addressed in the Bible and responds to an article that recommends a woman get an abortion and lie to her husband about it.
Jesus Did Not Come to Preach Social Justice
Greg discusses why social justice was not Jesus’ purpose and whether Christians force their religious morality on others, then he answers a question about female pastors.
The World Will Not Endure Sound Doctrine
Greg answers a question about how he became a published author, discusses the world’s desire to follow false views of reality (2 Timothy 4:3), and talks about how to respond to someone who shows no interest in the gospel.
Jesus Did Not Call Us to “Like” Him, but to Follow Him
Greg talks about the nonchalant attitude many Christians have about serious sin and warns about a desire to please the world (Mark 15:15), then he answers a question about whether the rapture can be found in the Bible.