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4 Insights from Being on TikTok

What does the phenomenon of TikTok reveal about this generation? What insights can we take away? Sean gives four insights from being on the app.

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Is Evolution A Big Deal? A Conversation With Two Leading Scientists.

Does evolution matter to the Christian faith? What is the evidence for evolution? Sean interviews two leading thinkers from the ID and evolutionary camps.

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Every Black Life Matters (But I Won't Support BLM)

How should Christians think about the organization Black Lives Matter? Sean believes all black lives matter, but the organization is deeply problematic.

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5 Life-lessons for Apologists from Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was undeniably one of the greatest moral reformers of the 20th century. Sean offers five insights from MLK's teachings and life.

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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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Heaven and Hell with Randy Alcorn: Thoughts on the New Book by Bart Ehrman

Did the doctrine of Hell evolve over time? In this interview, I get to talk with author Randy Alcorn about the latest book from Bart Ehrman on Heaven and Hell.

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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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Could Judas Have Been Forgiven by Jesus?

Would Jesus have restored Judas if he had repented? Sean explores this important theological question.

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Is Acts Historical? An Interview with Craig Keener

How accurate is the book of Acts? I ask one of the world's leading NT scholars, Craig Keener, some of the toughest questions about the reliability of Acts.