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How Archaeology Supports the Bible: A Conversation with Joel Kramer

What are the top archaeological discoveries that confirm the Bible? I talk with archaeologist Joel Kramer about important archaeological findings.

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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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Is Christmas a Pagan Rip-Off? Interview with Louis Markos

Is Christmas pagan? Was Christianity based on pagan celebrations on Dec 25? In this interview, I talk with Dr. Louis Markos, expert on Greco-Roman mythology.

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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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Is Sleeping with Someone Outside Marriage Wrong? (A Case without Using the Bible)

Do we need the Bible to show that premarital sex is wrong? No! In this blog, Sean points to the nature of sex and our responsibility to speak truth.

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Is Mormonism Defensible Today? A Conversation with Eric Johnson.

Ex-Mormons cite a range of reasons for leaving the faith (plural wives of J. Smith, Book of Abraham, etc.). Has the LDS Church responded sufficiently?

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The Quarantine Suggests Christianity Might Be True

Lockdowns reveal something very interesting about human nature and about the universe, which supports Christianity. Sean explains.

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The Key to Knowing If Someone Loves You

How can you really know if someone loves you? In this short video, I offer one key point that will help bring some clarity.

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Behind the Scenes with William Lane Craig

William Lane Craig is one of the leading philosophers in the world. He shares some personal experiences and stories from his life (you probably haven't heard!)

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Is Married Sex Boring? Not If You Ask "Church Ladies"

Is sex outside of marriage the most fulfilling? Sean points to some recent studies in which married people report having the most and best sex.