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Yes, I Am Pro-Choice (But Let Me Explain)

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.

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How Do We Motivate Students Who Don't Seem to Care?

How do we best get apathetic students to care? While we certainly can't force kids to care about spiritual things, Sean offers 6 practical steps to help.

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Captain America Must Die! Here's Why (Fun!)

The upcoming Endgame movie is the culmination of 22 movies over 10 years. How will the Avengers defeat Thanos? Sean explains why Captain America Must Die.

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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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4 Misconceptions about Resurrection ...and the Truth.

There is great misunderstanding about the biblical concept of resurrection. It is different from other views of the afterlife. Sean offers clarity and insight.

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Was Paul Unaware of the Empty Tomb?

Why didn't Paul mention the empty tomb in his creedal statement in 1 Corinthians 15:3-5? Was he unaware of the empty tomb? Sean offers 3 helpful responses.

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3 Ways the Resurrection of Jesus Can Transform Your Life Today

The historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus is compelling. But there is also a deeper meaning that can transform how we live in the present.

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Should We Expose Students to Arguments Against Christianity?

Should we "protect" kids by only teaching them the biblical position? Should we expose them to counterarguments to the faith? Sean tackles these Qs and more.

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The New “Consent Condom” Is a Sign of the Times

Argentinian company Tulipan has created a “Consent Condom” to be released later this year. Sean reflects on what this reveals about the modern sexual ethic.

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How Do We Make Theology Come Alive for Students?

How do we make theology both interesting and relevant to students today? Sean shares four insights from his own research and experience with students today.