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Is Jesus Too Good to Be False? Interview with Author Tom Gilson.

The character of Jesus is utterly unique. Some argue he is a myth, but in his latest book, Gilson argues his character is too unique and consistent to be false.

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Transgender Identities and the Church: A Conversation with Preston Sprinkle

How can Christians think more clearly about transgender identities? Sean and Preston Sprinkle discuss the key Qs in the transgender conversation today.

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How to "Fish for People" on Social Media

What is a biblical and healthy philosophy for engaging social media? Sean discusses how to "fish for people" online as Jesus did offline.

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Can We Sin in Heaven? Does Gender Reside in the Body or Soul? Q&A with J.P. Moreland

What is the best evidence for Near-Death Experiences? Do people who commit suicide lose their salvation? Philosopher JP Moreland answers these Qs and more.

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Two Reasons Spider-Man is the Best Superhero

People often ask me why Spider-Man is my favorite superhero. Here's two reasons why, in my humble opinion, Spider-Man is the best!

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The Power of Martyrdom and the Cross: 3 Insights.

Why is martyrdom so powerful and moving? Sean offers three insights about how martyrdom reveals God's goodness to the persecutor, onlooker, and martyr.

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Has "Homosexual" Always Been in the Bible? A Conversation with Preston Sprinkle.

Was the word "homosexual" invented to suppress gay people? Is it a poor translation? Preston Sprinkle and I unpack the best biblical translation for 1 Cor 6:9.

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Unity and the Church: A Lesson from the Avengers.

Why is unity so important for the church? And how does the cross defeat disunity? Sean answers these Qs with an example from the Avengers movie (2012)

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4 Insights from Being on TikTok

What does the phenomenon of TikTok reveal about this generation? What insights can we take away? Sean gives four insights from being on the app.

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Can the Atonement of Jesus be Defended? A Conversation with William Lane Craig

Can the atonement of Jesus be defended biblically and philosophically? Sean interviews WL Craig about his latest book.