Greg considers competing concepts of what God's glory is.
Greg gives insight into Matthew 7:13-14. What does Jesus mean about the path to destruction being wide and the gate to life being narrow?
Greg gives some updates on Crucifixion of the Warrior God.
Greg talks about prayer and freedom. Specifically, if free will is so important, why would God override it in answer to prayer?
Greg considers God's intervention in light of human prayer.
Greg looks at how viewing events through the eyes of love removes the apparent tension between justice and mercy. Today's episode is sponsored by Reknew Vampire Repellant—a super-charged can of butt-kick for a blood-sucking world.
Greg talks about his essential daily ritual, which brings him great peace and how it allows him to combat idolatry in his life. Today's episode is sponsored by Reknew Vampire Repellant—a travel size can of comfort for a blood-sucking world.
Greg considers the dangers of leading a church plant, and offers advice on how to avoid common traps.
Greg considers global warming and what he thinks about whether God would allow humans to destroy the earth.
Greg travels down memory lane and considers hell and annihilationism. Has his views changed? Will he stand his ground? Will he confess to being wrong? Find out in this thrilling, short adventure episode!
Greg considers the idea that evil is simply the privation of good. He then offers a better explanation.
Dan presses Greg on the nature of Christ's humanity.
Greg considers the nature of temptation and the temptability of God.
Greg considers 1 Peter 3:7 and Peter's call for men to treat their wives as "weaker vessels."
Greg considers whether the acceptance of purgatory opens the door for non-believers to be saved after death.
Greg reconsiders purgatory and pushes back, a little bit, against the protestant reformers.
Greg points his analytical periscope into the afterlife to consider the complicated nature of sanctification.
Greg discusses what it means to take the Lord's name in vain, and ponders politics and first century carpentry.
Greg considers: "Who actually killed Ananias and Sapphira." This ancient murder mystery has enormous theological implications! Listen as Inspector Boyd hunts for clues and builds a most compelling case.
Greg discusses Oneness Pentecostalism and the theological problems that pushed him away.
Greg discusses the nature of free will and love on the angelic level.
Greg discusses how his current views on what he wrote in God at War 20 years ago.
Greg shares some thoughts on the nature of homosexuality, and attitudes towards it, over the span of recorded history. Consideration is then given to Paul's warnings about same sex relations in Romans 1.
Greg discusses the afterlife and the type of freedom we might have there.