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.
Will There Be Things We Don’t Like in Heaven?
Questions about whether we will have individual preferences (i.e., things we don’t like) in Heaven and when it’s okay in apologetics to simply say, “I don’t know, but the Bible teaches it.”
What Do You Wish You Had Known about Apologetics Work?
Questions about how to steer the conversation in a Bible study towards discussing the text in context and whether there are things Greg and Amy wish they had known about apologetics work before getting into it.
How Can We Square God’s Desire for All to Be Saved with the Existence of Hell?
Questions about God wanting all to be saved, taking seriously a profession of faith from a child, whether it’s better to be in a church with good doctrine that lacks community or vice versa, and whether Christians should be looking for the signs in the stars mentioned in the Bible.
Did God Tell Abraham to Sin?
Questions about whether God told Abraham to sin when he told him to sacrifice Isaac and how so many angels could fall if God is so loving and Heaven so great.
Responding to “Denying You’re Racist Proves You’re a Racist”
Question about how to respond to the Kafka trap claim that denying you’re racist proves you’re a racist.
How Should the American Church Prepare Itself for Persecution?
Questions about how the “fat and happy” American church should prepare itself for persecution, whether the fact that Jesus only appeared to his followers renders their testimony suspicious, and whether it’s a sin to work for a Christian publisher that’s printing heretical books.
Worldview and Apologetics for Every Christian
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