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The Religion of Apocalyptic Environmentalism

Apocalyptic environmentalists claim the world might end soon without drastic changes. Sean argues that this movement functions as a religion, like Christianity.

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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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Can the Atonement of Jesus be Defended? A Conversation with William Lane Craig

Can the atonement of Jesus be defended biblically and philosophically? Sean interviews WL Craig about his latest book.

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What are the Apologetic Issues in the Black Community? Two Friends in Conversation.

What are the most pressing issues in the black community? How can Christians respond biblically today? Vada Hedgeman and I discuss these pressing issues.

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Don’t Teach Your Kids to Be Christian for the BENEFITS. Teach Them to Be Christian Because It is TRUE.

What is the best reason to encourage students to be Christian? Through an interaction with a small youth group, Sean explains.

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A Biblical Response to Social Justice: A Conversation with Thaddeus Williams

What is a Christian response to injustice? In this video, I interview professor T. Williams about his upcoming book: Confronting Injustice Without Compromise.

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Be Grateful for Those Who Influenced You (Even Though They Are Flawed)

Sean shares the importance of showing both honor and grace to those who come before us. And let's hope later generations do the same for us.

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Untold Stories from Josh McDowell: Discussing the Life of A Radical

How did Josh develop a speaking ministry? What gave him such boldness in ministry? Sean interviews his dad about some untold stories of his life.

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Is Religion Bad for You? 3 Reasons the Answer is No.

Is religion detrimental to your health? Does it harm people? Sean gives 3 reasons the opposite is true.

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Was the Death of Jesus a Power Grab?

Did Jesus give up his life in an exchange for greater power? In light of modern cultural issues, this question is vital. Sean gives some reflections.