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8 Reasons the New Testament is Reliable (w/ Dr. Ben Shaw)

Can we trust that the New Testament is reliable? As a Christian, Dr. Ben Shaw had no good reason to explain why he believed the NT was trustworthy.

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A Pakistani Muslim TRANSFORMED by Christ (w/ Aisha Borden)

Why would a Pakistani Muslim become a follower of Christ and what did it cost for her professionally and personally? Aisha Borden shares her story.

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Cordial Disagreement is the Highest Honor

In our age of personal and shallow criticism, how can we have genuine dialogue? In this post, Sean discusses the critical importance of cordial disagreement.

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Christian Professor Reacts to TikToks on Jesus

You asked for it, so you got it: More TikTok reactions! This time I include videos about Jesus. Enjoy and spread the word!

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Demonic Encounters and Spiritual Darkness (w/ Steve Dabbs)

Steve Dabbs is a retired military chaplain with full-time expertise in pastoral care. He has encountered demonic activity and we discuss that in this interview.

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America's Most Controversial Religious Movement (with Thomas Kidd)

Evangelicalism is arguably America’s most controversial religious movement. Non-evangelicals often have a variety of impressions about what “evangelical” means.

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What are the Best Questions for Meaningful Spiritual Conversations?

How can we have meaningful spiritual conversations with others? What are the best questions to ask? Sean answers these questions and more.

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Christian Apologist Sits Down with a Muslim Imam

What would happen if a Christian apologist (and his 10-year old son) visited a mosque? After a brief tour, I sat down with the imam and asked him some questions

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How Do We Have Important Conversations? 4 Practical Tips.

What is the key to having meaningful conversations on difficult topics? Sean summarizes four points from a recent talk by Mike Sherrard.

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A Frank Conversation on Same-Sex Attraction and Sin (w/ Rosaria Butterfield)

Is same-sex attraction a sin that needs to be repented of? Is it heretical to deny that we are morally culpable for our sinful desires?