After 16 years of suffering from gastroparesis, a young man is remarkably healed after intercessory prayer. Sean discusses and documents the peer-reviewed case.
Did the apostles of Jesus actually exist? Are they mythological figures? Despite this claim by skeptics, Sean lays out the compelling historical evidence.
What does Biblical authority mean? Why is the Bible authoritative and how do we get students to believe it? Sean interviews his father Josh on these Qs and more
How strong is the case for intelligent design? How much effort does it take to deny design? Sean reviews the recent book "Undeniable"
What are the most common Qs students have about Mormonism? What is most critical for students to know about the LDS faith? Sean interviews author Eric Johnson.
Thomas is always called "Doubting Thomas," and yet, ironically, he wasn't a doubter. As Sean explains, it is critical we understand doubt and belief.
Michael Denton recently updated his classic book EVOLUTION: A THEORY IN CRISIS. Sean reviews his new book and highlights some significant issues for evolution.
Is your religion just a reflection of your culture? Are religious beliefs accidents of culture? Sean briefly responds to these Qs by reflecting on truth.
The threat to religious freedom is very real, as seen in the recent CA SB 1146. We each have a responsibility to educate ourselves and spread the word.
What is our most powerful apologetic today? Even though offering evidences is critical, Sean argues that forgiveness is perhaps our most powerful apologetic.