Greg talks about the CRT materials the Salvation Army is promoting, then he answers a question about how to start a conversation about salvation with Catholic relatives.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Salvation Army is promoting CRT. (07:00)
  2. As a believer with Catholic relatives, how can I start a conversation about true salvation? (32:00)
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Greg responds to a popular quote, “Science flies you to the moon. Religion flies you into buildings.” 
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Religion doesn’t fly you into buildings. (00:00)
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Greg describes an interaction he had with someone wearing a mask that said simply, “Believe,” then he answers questions about responding to a family member who left Jesus and embraced a generic “higher power” and how much we need to know about the gospel in order to be saved.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Believe in anything? (00:00)
  2. How should I respond to a family member who has left Jesus, embraced a “higher power,” and is now planning to divorce her husband? (33:00)
  3. How much do we need to know about the gospel in order to be saved? (49:00)
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Greg responds to a tweet by Jameela Jamil claiming “pro-forced birth” is a more accurate term than “pro-life,” then he answers questions about secondary issues in churches, a church’s use of Bethel music, and Peter Singer’s case for objective morality.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Is “Pro-Forced Birth” a more accurate term than “pro-life”? (00:00)
  2. How important are secondary issues when deciding whether to leave a church or stay? (35:00)
  3. Should I be troubled by my church using Bethel music? (46:00)
  4. How can I respond to Peter Singer’s case for objective morality without God? (50:00)
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Greg talks about problems with hate crime legislation, then he answers questions about responding to a parent who’s letting a six-year-old daughter transition and how to defend inerrancy when we also say some rules in the Bible are cultural and we don’t follow them.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Problems with hate crime legislation (00:00)
  2. How should I respond to an online friend who is letting his six-year-old daughter become a boy? (31:00)
  3. How do we defend inerrancy when we say some things are cultural and don’t follow them? (47:00)
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Greg talks about the lies we’re facing in our culture, then he answers questions about educating oneself on gay rights history and Greg’s philosophy on biblical discipleship.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Our struggle is not against flesh and blood. (00:00)
  2. Is it my responsibility to educate myself on gay rights history as a family member has told me? (28:00)
  3. What’s your philosophy on biblical discipleship? (42:00)
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Greg talks to Alan about his recent experience teaching Egyptian pastors and the unique difficulties they face, then he answers a question about the difference between discernment and intuition.
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Teaching Egyptian Christians (00:00)
  2. What’s the difference between discernment and intuition? (33:00)
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  • Reality Student Apologetics Conference – September 24–25 in Orange County, CA; October 15–16 in Seattle, WA; November 12–13 in Minneapolis, MN; February 25–26, 2022 in Dallas, TX; March 25–26, 2022 in Philadelphia, PA; April 22–23, 2022 in Augusta, GA
Greg talks about people being saved through the witness of the Holy Spirit. 
 
Topics:
  1. Commentary: Salvation through the witness of the Holy Spirit (00:00)
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Greg talks to Becket Cook, author of A Change of Affection: A Gay Man’s Incredible Story of Redemption, they answer a question about responding to a family member who requires acceptance of their homosexual lifestyle, then Greg continues his reflections on faithfulness from last week. 
 
Topics:
  1. Interview: Reality speaker Becket Cook, author of A Change of Affection: A Gay Man’s Incredible Story of Redemption (00:00)
  2. How should I respond to a family member who wants me to fully accept their homosexual lifestyle in order to continue a relationship? (17:00)
  3. More thoughts on faithfulness (35:00)
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Greg talks to a Strategic Partner about his experience with Stand to Reason, then he talks to callers about whether free will could really be the reason why God doesn’t stop evil and whether it’s morally wrong to use cells from aborted babies for scientific research.
 
Topics:
  1. Greg talks to a Strategic Partner about his experience with Stand to Reason. (00:00)
  2. How can free will be the reason why God doesn’t stop evil if sometimes he does prevent free will? (28:00)
  3. Is it morally wrong to use cells from aborted babies for scientific research? (45:00)
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  • Reality Student Apologetics Conference – September 24–25 in Orange County, CA; October 15–16 in Seattle, WA; November 12–13 in Minneapolis, MN; February 25–26, 2022 in Dallas, TX; March 25–26, 2022 in Philadelphia, PA; April 22–23, 2022 in Augusta, GA

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