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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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What Are the Most Common Myths People Have About Jesus?

Sean interviews author Dan Darling regarding some of the most common myths people have about Jesus.

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Book Review: We Cannot Be Silent by Albert Mohler

How do we speak truth to a culture radically shifting on sex, marriage, and the meaning of right and wrong? Sean reviews the new book by Al Mohler.

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What Advice Would You Give Your Twenty-Something Self?

What is unique about twentysomethings today? What top advice do you have for them? Sean interviews Kelli & Peter Worrall about their new book.

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What is "Relational Apologetics"? Interview with Mike Sherrard

What big mistakes do apologists make? How is apologetics viewed by the church today? Sean interviews Mike Sherrard, author of Relational Apologetics.

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Balancing Grace and Truth on the LGBT Issue: Interview with author Caleb Kaltenbach

What can Christians learn from the LGBT community? What misunderstandings do Christians often have of the LGBT community? Caleb answers these questions and more

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What are the Core Issues in the Abortion Debate? Review of Aborting Aristotle by Dave Sterrett

The abortion debate continues full steam. Sean reviews the recent book "Aborting Aristotle, showing the underlying issues that frame the debate.

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Can You Doubt Towards Faith?

Is doubt necessarily corrosive to faith? Sean reviews the new book "Doubting Towards Faith" and share some of his own personal journey of doubt.

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Book Review: Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom by Ryan Anderson

How should Christians respond in light of the recent SCOTUS ruling on marriage? Sean reviews the new book, Truth Overruled, by Ryan Anderson.

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How Should Christians Engage Culture? Book Review of ONWARD by Russell Moore

Christians find themselves in a unique cultural moment. It is more important than ever that we are thoughtful and biblical in our cultural engagement.