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.
Is science the sole (or even best) means of knowing truth? Sean responds briefly, showing that there are many other reliable ways of discovering truth.
How solid is the case for God from near-death experiences? What is the actual testable evidence and what does it prove? Sean answers these Qs and more.
Dr. Strandness's life took a dramatic turn when he was challenged to articulate his faith. He answers some of Sean's Qs about his new life and profession.
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.