Why Is It Wrong to Have Surgery to Alter Your Sex?

August 29, 2022 • Amy Hall, Greg Koukl

- How is claiming to be a different gender different from claiming to be a blonde if you dye your hair, and why is it okay to have plastic surgery to alter your appearance but wrong to have surgery to alter your sex?
- Can a tactical, “winsome” approach still be viable in such a non-civil culture?
- Has the time for “winsome” Christianity passed, and is it now time for a more direct, hard-edged approach?

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How to Use Questions to Answer Christianity’s Toughest Challenges

September 21, 2023 • Amy Hall, Greg Koukl

Greg and Amy chat about Greg’s new book, Street Smarts: Using Questions to Answer Christianity’s Toughest Challenges, discussing the goal of the book, how this new material differs from and adds to the original Tactics book, how using tactics will help you have clearer, more personalized conversations with others about what they believe, and more.

Do Atheists Read the Bible More Literally Than Christians?

September 18, 2023 • Amy Hall, Greg Koukl

How would you respond to an atheist who says nobody reads the Bible more literally than atheists because they don’t have to make up baloney excuses when it says something they can’t allow it to mean? When arguing from cosmology, how do you show what attributes God has without using the Bible?

What if Someone Uses the Columbo Tactic against Us?

September 14, 2023 • Amy Hall, Greg Koukl

What should we do if someone uses the Columbo tactic against us? I have a high respect for truth, but my Christian friends tell me that only some doctrines matter. Why not defend all that has been taught for the past 2,000 years? Can the extent to which one spends time and resources looking for answers to apologetics questions become wrong if other parts of one’s spiritual life are beginning to suffer?