Has the OT been copied faithfully? How do we know we got the right books? Sean talks with Dr. John Mead about these questions and more.
It is inhumane to commit murder? The answer depends on what we mean by "in humane." If we mean evil, then yes. If we mean "not human," then no.
Is there anything worth dying for? Can we know which religion is true? In this video, Sean has a discussion with Texas A&M professor Dr. Vess (Veritas Forum)
How can Christians navigate thorny cultural issues today with grace and truth? Sean offers 4 principles that personally help him in these issues.
Jenn Nizza started as a psychic at 13. She was quickly drawn into the occult until having a radical life-changing transition to Christ. Here's her story.
How could a loving God allow such devastation and suffering from the natural world? How much does human choice play into this? Join me an Dr. Sharon Dirckx.
Can we really trust the Gospels as reliable? Do the Gospels embellish facts, or do they get locations and cultural details right? Dr. Lydia McGrew says YES.
Abortion is one of the most divisive issues today. Many Christians have personal experience with it. Thus, Sean talks about addressing it in the church.
What is the story behind the beginning of the Biola Apologetics program? Sean is joined by Dr. Craig Hazen, the founder of the Biola MA in Apologetics.
How has the faith of Americans shifted since the pandemic? Which groups of Americans were most affected? Sean breaks down a recent survey.