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Is Acts Historical? An Interview with Craig Keener

How accurate is the book of Acts? I ask one of the world's leading NT scholars, Craig Keener, some of the toughest questions about the reliability of Acts.

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How Do We Best Address Unquestioned Answers?

Christians often use popular slogans, such as "It's not my place to judge.” Sean interviews Jeff Myers about his new book, which addresses the most common ones.

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Atheist Encounter: What Would You Say to An Atheist?

Sean role plays an atheist, and then steps out of character to debrief the experience and help the audience learn how to engage in spiritual conversations.

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The Blind Receive Sight: A Peer-Reviewed Modern Miracle.

A 2nd powerful peer-reviewed case of a modern miracle has appeared in the literature. This time, a blind woman receives sight. Sean offers the critical details.

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Does Beauty Point to God? Yes!

Does the existence of beauty provide good reason to believe in God? From on-site at a beautiful rose garden, Sean argues that the answer is a resounding YES.

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Christianity Is Weird, But True. Embrace It.

Sean gives 3 reasons why, from the perspective of our secular culture, that Christianity seems so weird. He invites Christians to embrace this.

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Was Christianity Invented? Quick Response.

From a Q&A session at a local church, Sean briefly explains why there is no good reason to believe Christianity was simply made up.

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What Is the Worldview Behind the Transgender Movement?

Every worldview answers 3 basic Qs. In this brief video, Sean contrasts the historic Christian faith with the worldview behind the transgender movement.

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The Trouble with YouTube

YouTube is a great resource for humor, fixing things, and the latest celebrity gossip. But there is a big, overlooked problem with YouTube. Sean explains.

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How Can A Loving God Send Someone to Hell?

This short video is part of the AWANA apologetics and worldview curriculum for students. On location in the desert, Sean addresses the Q of the reality of hell.