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How Do We Best Address Unquestioned Answers?

Christians often use popular slogans, such as "It's not my place to judge.” Sean interviews Jeff Myers about his new book, which addresses the most common ones.

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Tactics: Greg Koukl Discusses the 10th Anniversary Update of His Classic Book

Tactics is one of the most important books for evangelism and apologetics. Sean interview author Greg Koukl about the new 10th anniversary edition.

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3 Examples of "Atheist Overreach"

In his recent book on secularism and religion, sociologist Christian Smith raises three difficult moral questions for atheism.

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Seven Types of Atheism: Book Review

Sean reviews the new book on the history of atheism by John Gray. He offers both is praise and (minor) critique of the influential and interesting book.

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What's the Secret to Self-Control? Scientific and Biblical Wisdom

What is the secret to self-control? What do brain science and Scripture reveal? Sean interviews Drew Dyck about his new book.

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Can Science Explain Everything? Book Review

Can science explain all reality? Is science in conflict with God? Sean reviews the recent book by professor John Lennox.

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Responding to Karen Keen on Scripture and Same-Sex Relationships

Author Karen Keen wrote a thoughtful response to my review of her recent book on Scripture and same-sex relationships. Here is my response.

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Book Review: Scripture, Ethics & The Possibility of Same-Sex Relationships

Does the Bible support same-sex relationships? Should gender matter for marriage? Sean reviews the most recent book making a biblical case for same-sex unions.

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Can We Trust the Gospels? Interview with Author Peter Williams.

Are there good reasons to believe the Gospels are reliable? What are the strongest reasons we can trust them? Sean interviews author Peter Williams.

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Last Call for Liberty

Os Guinness argues that America is more divided than since the Civil War and is at a turning points for its freedom. Sean reviews his new book.