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Who Is Truly Free? Reflections on the Amish and Technology

Why do the Amish reject much modern technology? And what lessons can we learn from their principles? Sean raises some important questions about freedom.

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How Apologetics Can Change a Life

Recently Sean spoke at a youth camp and was deeply moved by the relational apologetic approach of a youth minister. Check out this brief story.

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Reaching Gen Z Requires a New Mindset

Reaching Gen Z does not necessarily require adopting a new program. Rather, it starts with a shift in mindset and approach. Sean explains.

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A Remarkable Case of a Peer-Reviewed Modern Miracle

After 16 years of suffering from gastroparesis, a young man is remarkably healed after intercessory prayer. Sean discusses and documents the peer-reviewed case.

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What is the Best Way to Engage Culture? Author Interview.

One of the most important tasks for apologists is to learn how to engage culture effectively. Sean interviews Paul Gould on his new book Cultural Apologetics.

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What Has Christianity Done for the World?

What has the Christian faith contributed to the world? Has it been a force largely of good, of bad, or some combination of the two? Sean briefly responds.

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Summer Idea! Watch and Discuss Good Films as a Family

Want to shape the worldview of your kids (and have a good time)? Sean offers some Qs to watch and discuss films as a family this summer.

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Yes, Being Gracious Does Make a Difference

What is the most effective way to really influence people on social media? Sean suggests that graciousness is a powerful, but lost virtue for influence.

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Batman: World’s Greatest…Atheist?

Is Batman really an atheist? And if so, why? Guest blogger Timothy Fox explores this possibility and offers 3 insights to guide the quest for God.

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Is Sex A Big Deal or Not? Living in the Tension

Our culture is obsessed with sex and yet also implies that its not a big deal. Which is it? Sean gives some advice about living in the cultural tension.