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Yes, Jesus Cared about the "Right Side of History"

Was Jesus concerned with being on the "right side of history" for moral issues? Sean shows that Jesus cared about the past and the future.

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How Should Christians Think about the Enneagram? Interview with Dr. Chris Berg.

How should Christians think about the Enneagram? Is it just a personality tool? While Christians differ on their approach, Sean interviews Dr. Chris Berg.

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5 Ways Christians Should Respond to the "Satan Shoe"

Rapper Lil Nas X released a "Satan Shoe" that includes 666, a pentagram, and a drop of blood. Sean gives 5 reflections to help thoughtful Christians respond.

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Responding with Wisdom to the Equality Act (Interview with Caleb Kaltenbach)

Why is the Equality Act considered such a threat to religious liberty? Caleb Kaltenbach and I discuss some positive steps Christians can take.

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Actually, believing in God IS like believing in Santa. Here’s why!

Skeptics often claim that belief in God is no different than belief in Santa. Guest blogger Timothy Fox offers a unique response!

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How Do We Weather Climate Change? Interview with Hugh Ross

What do we actually know about climate change? How can climate change be proof for design? Sean interviews scientist Hugh Ross about his new book.

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What Does God Think about Guns? A Conversation with author Mike Austin

How should Christians think about guns? Is there a way to secure gun rights and make society safer? In this live interview, I talk with author Mike Austin.

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What Does God Think About Guns in America? Author Interview.

How should Christians think about guns in America? Can we find a balance that respects gun rights and protects victims? Sean interviews author Mike Austin.

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Sorry, Eating Healthy Won’t Save You

How long can healthy eating actually extend your life? Sean cites the surprising evidence of how many "health gurus" died young, and shows why this matters.

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Is Faith in God like Believing in Santa? Not Even Close.

Skeptics often claim that belief in God is like belief in Santa. Is this a good comparison? Sean gives two reasons why this comparison falls fall short.