Greg helps a caller evaluate some old earth vs. young earth arguments then answers questions about arguing for the truth with feelings-focused people and smoking THC.
 
Topics:
  1. If the earth is old, why isn’t there more sediment and salt in the oceans? (02:00)
  2. How could there be death before Adam? (15:00)
  3. Is it worth arguing for the truth with people who are more focused on feelings than truth? (31:00)
  4. Is there an issue with smoking THC for PTSD? (46:00)
Abdu Murray joins Greg to honor Ravi Zacharias, then Greg answers questions about spending time on practical pursuits vs. ministry and the age of the earth.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Remembering Ravi Zacharias (00:00)
  2. How do I find the line between using my time on ministry vs. practical pursuits? (32:00)
  3. Does the big bang model correspond with the Bible? (50:00)
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Greg gives encouragement to a caller from Costa Rica, answers a questions about using expletives, and then talks about making the best of the opportunities right in front of you.
 
Topics:
  1. Do you have any encouragement to give the body of Christ in Costa Rica as we’re feeling defeated over same-sex marriage? (02:00)
  2. Is it wrong to use an expletive if it’s not in a demeaning way? (21:00)
  3. Commentary: We gather, we scatter, we bloom. (40:00)
Greg chats with Frank Turek about the upcoming CrossExamined Instructor Academy then answers questions about natural medicine and why the moral law would necessitate a moral law giver.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: A conversation with Frank Turek (00:00)
  2. Could some natural medicine practices be considered sorcery? (26:00)
  3. Does the existence of a moral law necessitate the existence of a moral law giver? (40:00)
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Greg responds to the idea that a Christian who commits suicide can’t be saved, then he answers questions about balancing human life and risk, Jewish objections to Jesus, Genesis 1–11, and more.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: What if a Christian commits suicide? (00:00)
  2. How, in a biblical worldview, do you balance human life with risk? (23:00)
  3. How can Jesus be the Messiah if God abhors human sacrifice and the one who sins is the one who should bear his guilt? (37:00)
  4. A reaction to those who say opening up the economy is not pro-life (46:00)
  5. What is your perspective on the importance of the issue of how we interpret Genesis 1–11? (48:00)
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Greg has some advice for little things you can do to make your home life go more smoothly, then he answers questions about the virus weeding out the weak and how Satan can be allowed to talk to God.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Three tips for improving your relationships during times of cabin fever (00:00)
  2. Shouldn’t evolutionists think this virus is a good thing to weed the weak out of the species? (31:00)
  3. If God can’t be in the presence of sin, how can Satan be in His presence? (49:00
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Greg talks about the liability of verse references, then he answers questions about the New Apostolic Reformation, a blessing in Numbers, and critical theory.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: There are no verses in the Bible. (00:00)
  2. How seriously should the church be taking the New Apostolic Reformation? (25:00)
  3. In light of not wrongly applying verses to ourselves, is it wrong to use the blessing in Numbers 6:24–26? (40:00)
  4. Can you give me advice for talking to family members about critical theory? (46:00)
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Greg talks about gaining confidence that God is there when we’re going through tough times, then he answers questions about STR’s view of faith and responding to “nones.” 
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: When tough times tempt you to wonder if God is there (00:00)
  2. Why does an article at Stand to Reason grant the unbeliever’s view of faith? (35:00)
  3. What would you say to someone who affirms a “none” position? (49:00)
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Greg explains that there is such a thing as historic Christianity and we can know it, then he answers questions about the beginning of Genesis, when divorce is allowed, and ghosts.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Can we know what the early Christians taught? (00:00)
  2. Do the first 11 chapters of Genesis reflect what we now know about human history? (28:00)
  3. What do you think about divorce in the case of domestic violence? (41:00)
  4. Why, in Matthew 14:26, are the disciples so worried about ghosts if ghosts don’t exist? (51:00)
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Greg talks to Natasha Crain about her newest book, Talking with Your Kids about Jesus: 30 Conversations Every Christian Parent Must Have.
 
Topics:
  1. Interview: Natasha Crain, author of Talking with Your Kids about Jesus (00:00)
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