Stand to Reason Weekly Podcast

Our purpose is to help Christians think more clearly about their faith and to help them make an even-handed, incisive, yet gracious defense for classical Christianity. Released every Wednesday and Friday.

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Interview: J.P. Moreland – The Substance of Consciousness


Greg talks to J.P. Moreland, author of The Substance of Consciousness, about the significance of the topic of our souls, developing our soul, reasons to think we have a soul, whether we could be in a simulation, machines becoming conscious, and more.


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Interview: Natasha Crain on the “He Gets Us” Campaign


Greg talks to Natasha Crain about her insightful article on the “He Gets Us” campaign, examining the view of Jesus promoted by the campaign, the message of the foot washing Super Bowl commercial, and the four questions Natasha used to evaluate the ca...


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Is God in Hell?


Greg answers questions about whether God is in Hell, whether a prayer request is more likely to be answered if a lot of people are praying, whether any physical component to the UFO phenomenon would be a physical manifestation of a demon, and how to ...


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A Marriage License Isn’t Just a Piece of Paper


Greg responds to the idea that a marriage license is “just a piece of paper” and talks about why we need public vows to be married, then he answers questions about attending a wedding of two non-believers, what to say to an atheist who says his life ...


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Interview: Tim Barnett and Alisa Childers – The Deconstruction of Christianity


Guest Host: Tim Barnett   Tim Barnett and Alisa Childers, authors of The Deconstruction of Christianity, talk about what “deconstruction” means, why we shouldn’t embrace the term, problems with the deconstruction process, how we should go about evalu...


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Why Won’t We Sin in Heaven?


Greg answers questions about whether God’s moral perfection is a communicable property we will have after the resurrection or there’s some other reason we won’t sin, whether the proverbs about not arguing are anti-apologetics, and a biblical defense ...


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Is a Sex-Change Surgery the Same Kind of Thing as Fixing a Cleft Palate?


Greg talks to Tim Barnett about the release of his new book, The Deconstruction of Christianity, then he answers questions about why a sex-change surgery isn’t the same kind of thing as fixing a cleft palate, which kinds of weddings we shouldn’t atte...


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What Would You Say to a Wife Whose Husband Has Decided to Live as a Woman?


Greg talks to Alan Shlemon about what one should say to a wife whose husband has decided to live as a woman, then he offers some thoughts on how Christians are responding to Alistair Begg’s advice about attending a wedding where one person is transge...


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Should You Tell Your Children Your Spouse Has Left Christianity?


Greg responds to a question about whether you should tell your children your spouse has left Christianity, then he takes Open Mic calls about why John was called the greatest “among those born of women,” transgender children, and whether taking ferti...


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 January 26, 2024  58m
 
 

When a Good Man Says Something Foolish


Greg discusses Alistair Begg’s advice about attending the wedding of a transgender person, then he answers a question about how Jeremiah 31:31 can apply to Christians when it says the promise is for “the house of Israel” and “the house of Judah.”


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 January 24, 2024  58m