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Can Science Explain Morality?

Is science capable of answering moral questions? Should we look to science to settle ethical debates? Sean briefly tackles these important and timely questions.

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Is Beauty Merely in the Eye of the Beholder? No!

Is beauty subjective, or is it an objective part of the world? And what does it imply about the existence of God? Sean briefly addresses this question.

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If You Want to Be Happy, Recognize You Have a Choice

A key to happiness is recognizing you have a choice about how to respond to being hurt. Sean shares some wisdom from how his father overcame abuse.

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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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10 Fascinating Insights that Unlock the Minds of Gen Z

What are the unique and important attributes of Gen Z. Sean highlights 10 critical facts that help unlock their unique worldview.

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Was Peter Crucified Upside-down?

According to church tradition, Peter was crucified upside-down because he was too humble to die like Jesus. Is this true? Sean assesses the historical record.

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Your Worldview Is Likely More Secular Than You Think

Christian, your worldview may be more secular than you think. Sean shares a recent interaction with students that highlights how deep secular thought can be.

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Was the Early Church Socialist?

Did the first Christians embrace socialism? What does the book of Acts say? Sean briefly addresses these vital questions.

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The Next Stage in Evangelism and Apologetics: Interview with Lee Strobel.

With the passing of Billy Graham, many wonder who will fill the void. Sean interviews Lee Strobel about his new center on evangelism and apologetics.

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God Counts all the Stars and Names Them–Amazing!

Scripture says that God names all the stars in the universe. Mathematically, what would this take? Sean answers and explains what it means for God's character.