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The Resurrection Answers 3 Big Questions

Does God exist? Which religion is true? Is there life after death? If true, the resurrection answers these three questions.

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Can God Make A Rock So Big He Can't Lift It?

This question aims to show that God's omnipotence leads to incoherence. Sean shows why this isn't true and that God can be all powerful without contradiction.

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Was Joseph Smith a Martyr?

Did Joseph Smith die for his conviction about the Book of Mormon? Does his death provide evidence for Mormonism. Sean closely examines these claims.

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What is "Relational Apologetics"? Interview with Mike Sherrard

What big mistakes do apologists make? How is apologetics viewed by the church today? Sean interviews Mike Sherrard, author of Relational Apologetics.

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What is the Biblical Purpose for Sex? Interview with Josh McDowell

What misunderstandings do many Christians have about sex? What can students do to remain pure? Sean briefly interviews Josh with these questions and more.

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My Biggest Evangelism Mistake

Have you ever shared your faith in a way you later regret? Sean shares an evangelistic failure, lessons from it, and advice how to better share your faith.

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What Makes the Deaths of the Apostles Unique?

Sean responds to the claim that the death of others for their beliefs undermines the value of the fate of the apostles. The apostles' deaths are unique.

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What is the State of the Abortion Debate? Interview with Dave Sterrett

Sean interviews Dave Sterrett as to the state of the abortion debate, common pro-choice fallacies, and for the most effective way to defend the unborn.

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​Has the House of Peter and Andrew Been Discovered in Capernaum?

Capernaum is an important city for Jesus and the apostles. Sean offers 5 reasons why the home of Peter and Andrew has been discovered in Capernaum.

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How Can God Be A Trinity?

How can God be three and one? Sean briefly defines the Trinity and shows how there is no contradiction when it is properly understood.