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Why does God allow evil? What is evil anyway? (Podcast)

When faced with the problem of evil, the first question you should ask is, "Why are you asking this question?" It is absolutely necessary to understand who you are talking to. Are they coming at this issue from the emotional... Continue Reading →

Why do people have to suffer before knowing God?

Are natural disasters God’s way of calling people to Heaven?

Are there good people?

This past summer I had the privilege of spending a weekend with a group of junior high students. My talks from that weekend are posted here and here. This question came during a time of Q&A after my talk on... Continue Reading →

If God, Why Evil?

This is probably the most common objection to Christianity and the most difficult to answer. Watch as Ryan walks through different responses with a group of junior high students. If you are interested in having me speak at your church,... Continue Reading →

Why does God allow evil? Interview with Dr. Clay Jones

Why do bad things happen to good people?

If God created Satan, does evil and sin come from God?

One of my former professors, Dr. Clay Jones, recently released a book titled Why Does God Allow Evil? One of the classes I took from Dr. Jones also went by the same title, and it was arguably the most important class... Continue Reading →

Reader Response: How can God be loving and command killings?

A few weeks back I posted the blog How can God be loving when he commanded killing in the Old Testament? (Video). This video was part of a Q&A filmed up at Hume Lake this past summer. After posting the video,... Continue Reading →

How can God be loving when he commanded killing in the Old Testament? (Video)

If you are interested in me speaking at your church or youth group, click on the Endorsements & Speaking page, look through the speaking topics or suggest your own, and contact me at contact@coffeehousequestions.com. I am happy to help in any way I... Continue Reading →

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