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How can I know that what I am doing is morally right?

Is there an objective standard by which to judge all things as right or wrong?

Preparing Young People For the Future with J. Warner Wallace

The newest book by Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace has finally released! So the Next Generation will Know: Preparing Young Christians for a Challenging World is available for purchase and a must read if you are a youth pastor,... Continue Reading →

Are some sins worse than others?

If you are interested in having me speak at your church, camp, or youth group, click on the Endorsements & Speaking page to see my list of topics. Then, contact me at Speaking Requests or email me at contact@coffeehousequestions.com. You can select a topic from... Continue Reading →

How do you talk to people who won’t listen?

What do you do when you are talking with someone who doesn't care about facts, evidence, or logic? What if they only want to do what they want to do?

Can someone just die instead of going to heaven or hell?

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 →

If God is all-powerful, why doesn’t he make the devil disappear?

Who are some modern-day prophets?

Looking at the Moral Argument for God’s Existence

Two recent conversations have caused me to re-evaluate the moral argument for God's existence. The first conversation was a recent interview I had with Dr. J. P. Moreland on his new book, Scientism and Secularism. One of his points, which... Continue Reading →

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