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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?
Ted Cruz had a conversation that, regardless of your political views, holds some great lessons for all of us.
Daniel 4 shows that we make much of our kingdoms, but God will not share his glory. He also ordains the ends and the means to the greatest good.
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?
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