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Yes, I Am Pro-Choice (But Let Me Explain)

Everyone is pro-choice to a degree. We all believe people should be free to make important life decisions. But when is our choice limited? Sean explains.

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Fascinating Interview: Craig Keener on his new book "Christobiography"

In his latest book "Christobiography," Craig Keener aims to establish the reliability of the Gospels by exploring their genre. Keener briefly answers 5 Qs.

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How Should I Pray for My Future Spouse?

How should a young person pray for his future spouse? Sean offers three points of advice for young people wanting to marry some day.

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Purity Culture: Don't Throw Out the Baby with the Bathwater

How critical should we be of purity culture? Are there positive elements we can maintain? Sean examines purity culture and suggests a measured response.

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Do We Suffer Because We Sin?

Is there a connection between sin and suffering? How should we approach those who suffer? Sean offers biblical wisdom for approaching this thorny issue.

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Let's Stop Denigrating Generation Z

Should we be concerned about Gen Z? How should we view this generation? Sean asks some critical questions about how leaders approach Gen Z.

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Are Near-Death Experiences Good Evidence for the Afterlife?

Are near-death experiences real? If so, how good of evidence do they provide that life continues after death? Sean briefly addresses these questions.

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With the Diversity Focus, Will Marvel Become More Like “The Flash” or “Supergirl”?

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has revealed that its next phase of movies will focus on diversity. The question is, Will Marvel feel the need to virtue signal?

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The Worldview Behind Stranger Things

Stranger Things is the most popular Netflix show yet. Sean argues that the underlying worldview is different than many people expect.

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If God, Why Evil? 9 Rapid-Fire Responses

What are the best quick responses to the problem of evil? Guest blogger Timothy Fox lists 9 rapid-fire responses to help when you're asked why God allows evil.