People believe things for many reasons. Yet which of these are good reasons? Sean shares the one good reason based on his interaction with a group of students.
Has science displaced the existence of miracles? Sean briefly explores this Q and shows how Christianity uniquely has miracle claims that can be investigated.
How do we answer tough questions about the faith? Sean interviews Clint and Jeff Arnold about their new book.
James the brother of Jesus was the leader of the early church in Jerusalem. Was he martyred for his faith? Sean explores the biblical and no-biblical evidence.
Was Jesus a historical person or just a myth? Sean quickly summarizes the biblical, extra-biblical, and secular sources confirming Jesus really lived.
Most children raised in Christian homes enter a stage — often during their teen years — where they wonder if their parents’ faith is right for them.
Is God male or female? Does God have a gender? Who cares? Sean briefly addresses these questions.
How do you find God's will for your life? And how do we make decisions in light of God's plan for our lives? Sean briefly tackles these questions and more.
Dr. Mike Licona is doing some cutting-edge research on Gospel contradictions. Sean interviews him about his recent project and what it means for his faith.
For the deaths of the apostles to count as evidence for Christianity, they needed to have a resurrection faith. Sean examines the source of their beliefs.