There are many reasons for Christians to care about the gender identity issues; we look at three on this episode.
Many times, we pray aganist the very means God wants to use to conform us to the likeness of Jesus.
This week we look at one tactic for discovering faulty and inconsistent views on abortion, the Bible, and God.
Is “believeing in Jesus” enough to be saved? Or is there more to it than that?
A lot of the people claiming black lives, all lives, or any lives matter have no foundation for that claim in their worldview. This week, we look at how to discuss this issue.
How should we answer the question “Is the Bible literally true?”, since both yes and no are neither good answers?
Does being born with a desire make it morally acceptable? Moreover, what does the Bible say about our natural desires?
This week, we look at God’s relationship to evil, using the cross as an example.
Why Was The Orlando Massacre Wrong? We examine five possible grounding for why it was wrong.
We look at how to address doubts if you’re the one having them, or if you’re the one someone confides in about their doubts.
We look at how to identify and use inconsistencies when in a conversation.
Should we only use the Bible, or can we use other sources to demonstrate the truthfulness of Christianity?
In addition to two practical tactics, we cover how the sovereignty of God should factor into our view of conversations
How should we tactically handle the claim that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence?” Is the evidenve for Christianity good enough?
We need to be careful about the order in which we think about and enact the two greatest commandments.
How should Christians think about gendered bathroom use, tolerance, and boycotting? Find out on this week’s episode.
Why do some Christians care so much about talking about evolution? Is it compatible with biblical Christianity?
The gospel: something so simple, so important, and yet so hard for most people to define. What is it exactly? Find out on this week’s Unapologetic.
We look at 3 ways people borrow from Christianity in order to argue aganist it.
How many women were at the tomb of Jesus? Was it one, two, or three? Is it Matthew’s account, Mark’s account, or John’s account?
Did God change between the Old and the New Testaments? Or perhaps said differently, why was God so angry in the Old Testament and why is he so loving in the New?
Don’t duck and cover when there’s a knock on the door! Be prepared, so you can witness to the people who are already coming to you.
In Hebrews, the first example of faith is the belief that God created the universe. See how this affects many areas of the Christian Life.
Even as a Christian, I thought abortion should be legal. Find out why I changed my mind.
Is praying to other people biblical, or should we just pray to God?
How should we respond to the claim that all religions are basically the same?
The left is reusing the pro-slavery arguments of the 1700s and 1800s. Find out how on Unapologetic.
This week on Unapologetic, we’re going to play a rousing game of trivia called “Can You Name That Thing.” Ultimately, you’ll come away prepared to answer an objection against the existence of Jesus.
Often, non-Christians will bring up evil as a way to argue against the existence of God. However, evil is actually a great evidence for the existence of God.
Christians talk about being “slain in the spirit”, “covered in the blood of the lamb”, and other terms that don’t communicate well. We examine this problem in more detail on this Episode.
How do dinosaurs fit with biblical creation? We tackle that and more!
We vaccinate ourselves and children against physical disease, why not against spiritual disease too? They are far more serious.
There are two virgin births. Which do you believe in? And why is the virgin birth of Jesus actually important?
Christmas is a great time of year to talk about Christ! Here are some tips for more effective conversations.
Does the Big Bang Theory fit in the Bible?
Does God change his mind? How should we harmonize passages that seem to present that he does and does not?
All sin is wrong, but is it all equally wrong? How does our understanding of sin affect how we understand the cross?
Do you want to do better in conversations about your convictions? Here are two simple tips that will help.
Is baptism required for salvation? If not, then why does the New Testament link it so closely with salvation, and if so, then why does the New Testament say salvation is by faith?
I talk with AJ Rhodes about how apologetics has strengthened his faith and helped him in conversations.
We need to be able to spot inconsistencies in other people’s worldviews. Here, we examine two examples.
Does “subjective” truth exist? And what does this mean for claiming “Jesus is the only way to heaven?”
In what way was the cross a failure and should that affect how we share the gospel?
Agreeing on Jesus and the Trinity isn’t enough. The divide between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism is as wide as the gospel.
Learn one simple way to help understand the Bible better and resolve apparent contradictions.
Should Abortion be legal since there’s disagreement about when “personhood” begins? Do intersex people mean that we shouldn’t oppose transgender surgeries? More generally, should we reason from the uncertain to the certain?
How should Christians view happiness and its place in life?
Find out the one thing you should never say if you child leaves Christianity. We can’t know how we will respond in every situation, but we can know how we should respond.
Is ISIS a corruption of Islam, or are other Muslims inconsistent?
How should Christians view the role of science with regards to abortion?