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How Murder Investigations Point to God (and Wisdom from True Crimes)

What can we learn from murder investigations about human nature, living the good life, and how to find genuine happiness? The answer might surprise you.

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What's So Amazing About Grace? (ft Philip Yancey)

Philip Yancey's impactful book about the startling exploration of grace at street level is getting an update after 25 years.

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My New BOOK on Deconstruction (Interview)

Why are so many young people deconstructing their faith and how can we help? Check out this quick interview related to my latest book: Set Adrift

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What are the Top Books to Give a Non-Christian?

What are the top evangelistic books to give a non-Christian? Sean provides a list of his top six books that come from his own experience and research.

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The Key to Having Tough Conversations: Author Interview

Many Christians avoid tough discussions for a range of reasons. In this interview, Jason Jimenez gives wisdom and encouragement for Christians to engage.

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Reconciliation after the Oklahoma City Bombing (25 years later)

25 years after the OK City bombing, J. Bishop reports a remarkable story of redemption between the father of T. McVeigh and the father of one of the victims.

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The "Go-To" Resource for Talking with Kids about Jesus: Author Interview

What are the best strategies for talking with kids about Jesus? Sean interviews author Natasha Crain about her new book: Talking with Your Kids about Jesus.

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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.