Unapologetic is a weekly podcast hosted by Brian Seagraves that addresses popular questions about Christianity, equipping you with reasons for the Christian worldview. If you would like me to cover a question, just shoot me a message.
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You might think that you’ll never be able to sit and answer someone’s questions about Christianity, but you’ll surprise yourself if you invest a little on a regular basis!
Psalm 73 addresses some of the most common and difficult questions we can have: where is God in our affliction and in the injustice of the world? Why does evil seem to succeed?
Many of the major issues in culture today revolve around “identity,” and this is also affecting how we think in the church. We need to have clarity on which identity is primary for the Christian.
The doctrines of Christianity fit together; you can’t change one without changing others. This week we look at examples from the person and work of Jesus.
Palm 19 shows us how God has revealed his glory in nature and in Scripture.
What is discrimination and is it something Christians should not do? Should the Christian baker just “bake the cake?”
God is the necessary being. Nothing would have begun to exist or continue to exist without him.
Was their a break in the Trinity at the Cross? How should we understand Jesus saying, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”
How new is the New Testament compared to the old, and what is the relationship of its moral teaching?
Wouldn’t God have been more gracious if no one had to die for sins to be forgiven?
How should we think Christianly about ending life for those who are terminally ill?
Can someone trust Jesus and not be saved? We look at some categories to make sense of the different ways belief is talked about in scripture.
We look at recent statements by the Pope and consider Roman Catholicism's concept of Anonymous Christians.
Roman Catholics have more books in their Bible than do Protestants. Why is that? Have books been removed?
The transgender movement has several contradictions at its core; here, we look at 3 of them.
As Christians striving to be consistent, we cannot use every possible argument against abortion.
Does the Spirit give us everything we need to understand the Bible, or is there more to it?
Self-conception and identity is everything today for some, but Christianity provides a true solid grounding for human worth and dignity.
Where does the obligation and duty to do good come from? It only makes sense in a Christian worldview.
Is the Bible the result of man's choices or God's creation? Who created the canon of Scripture?
Christianity seems to have a new vocabulary: brokenness, messiness, hurt, etc. But how well do these new terms represent biblical ideas, problems, and language?
Are there different types of rights and how do we tell them apart?
We must be clear on what it does and does not mean for God to be "for us." The soft prosperity gospel gets this 180 degrees backwards.
Do we only have to reply on what the Bible says, or is there eyewitness testimony about Jesus outside of Scripture?
Sometimes we can slip into an unhealthy pragmaticism with apologeitcs. We must remember that it is primarily for the glory of God!
We will all either have doubts or encounter those who do. So, how should we think about doubt biblically?
We need to be very clear in how we communicate the truths of Christianity, but even when we're clear they likely will be rejected.
Many people have not considered how they know things, or if morality is knowable. We need to be prepared to help them think through that
Christianity affirms the virgin birth of Jesus, but Atheism has its own "virgin births" as well.
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