In his recent book on secularism and religion, sociologist Christian Smith raises three difficult moral questions for atheism.
How does Christianity fulfill our deepest aspirations? Even if someone is not a Christian, why should he or she wish it were true? Sean answers these questions.
Sean reviews the recent book, which is a back-and-forth discussion between Reasons to Believe and BioLogos on a number of issues related to origins.
Perhaps the toughest question of all is why God allows evil. Sean interviews Clay Jones, who has written a new profound and insightful book on the subject.
What are the toughest issues facing youth today, and how do we help them? Sean interview Brett Kunkle and John Stonestreet on these Qs and more.
What is the key to communicating persuasively in a culture that increasingly rejects Christian beliefs? Sean briefly interviews Tim Muehlhoff on his new book.
Justin Brierley, the host of the show Unbelievable, has been talking to atheists for 10 years and yet still believes. Sean interviews his about his new book.
What are the best books to read over summer? Sean shares five of his all-time favorite books that were game-changers in his life.
How does a doctor uniquely assess the evidence for God? Is science still reign supreme in our world? Sean interview author Kris French, MD on these Qs and more.
How do you make a case for sexual purity without Scripture? What are the core reasons people have sex outside marriage? Sean interviews author Bryan Sands.