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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.
More than even before, Christians need to be able to make bridges to the gospel. Here, we look at Acts 17 where Paul, being motived by the glory of God, addresses people who didn't have a Christian worldview.
Rosa Parks was moved to action through a little know event. Find out what it was and how you could potentially motivate the next soon-to-be Rosa Parks!
Can you make too many different arguments for justification being by faith and not works? Paul doesn't think so! See how he makes his case here.
See what Paul had to say in this passionate letter to the churches in Galatia. The truth of the Gospel was at stake there, just like it is today!
Since the Bible is God's word, we need to appreciate how it uses language in different styles so we can understand it correctly.
We are not a Christian Nation, but we had better be Christians in our nation.
What was the context of Genesis 1 and how should it affect how we understand the first chapter of the Bible and creation?
Is it time to get rid of the old phrase "love the sinner, hate the sin"? Should Christians even hate other people's sin?
Where does "loving our neighbor" fit with loving our God? And how does it fit with submitting to the authority of the Bible?
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