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Does atheism or theism offer a better explanation of morality? (with Dr. Greg Ganssle)

Does objective morality exist, or is it relative? How is objective morality used to argue for the existence of God? Aren't there better naturalistic explanations? Dr. Greg Ganssle joins the show to answer these questions and more! Dr. Ganssle is... Continue Reading →

A Journey to Confident Christianity (with Bobby Conway)

I have doubts. We all have doubts. But it shouldn't stop there at admitting them, because doubts are not neutral. They are taking us down a path. They can either lead us to confusion and hopelessness, or they can deepen... Continue Reading →

Tactics – A Game Plan for Discussion Your Christian Convictions (with Greg Koukl)

Our conversation, based on Greg's book, "Tactics," will help you initiate conversations effortlessly, present the truth clearly, cleverly, and persuasively, graciously and effectively expose faulty thinking, skillfully manage the details of dialogue, and maintain an engaging, disarming style even under... Continue Reading →

A Christian Response to Homosexuality (with Dr. Christopher Yuan)

"How do we apply the essence of the gospel to a gay loved one? In what ways can we better walk with truth and grace alongside a fellow Christian with same-sex attractions? Holy Sexuality and the Gospel offers theological and... Continue Reading →

Where Science and the Bible Meet

Is Christianity scientific? This episode covers 6 scientific observations consistent with the Bible. YouTube https://youtu.be/BCTagUq2RJY Podcast https://soundcloud.com/coffeehousequestions/where-science-and-the-bible-meet Watch the weekly show LIVE by subscribing on YouTube. Do you prefer to listen? Subscribe to the Ryan Pauly Podcast and have it... Continue Reading →

Answering Objections to God’s Existence | Q&A with William Lane Craig

Dr. William Lane Craig joined the live stream to answer your objections and questions on the arguments for God's existence. We also took your questions on anything related to Christianity, philosophy, and apologetics. Dr. Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy... Continue Reading →

Why are there differences in the Gospels? (with Dr. Mike Licona)

Are the Gospels hopelessly contradictory and historically unreliable? I brought on Dr. Mike Licona to take this head on with his years of scholarly research in the New Testament. Dr. Mike Licona is associate professor in theology at Houston Baptist... Continue Reading →

Discussing the Historicity of Jesus and the Accuracy of Scripture (with Brian Chilton)

How can we know whether something reported is historically true or not? What are the source materials for the life of Jesus? Did Constantine put the Bible together? How were the books of the Bible chosen? What about all the... Continue Reading →

The Central Role of Imagination in Christianity (with Dr. Holly Ordway)

Imagination is critically important today in our present apologetics endeavor. "Imaginative apologetics seeks to harness the God-given faculty of imagination to work in cooperation with reason, to open a way for the work of the Holy Spirit to guide the... Continue Reading →

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