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Ask Greg Anything on Reddit!

Greg is going to be featured on Reddit! Yes that’s right. You can ask Greg anything. Your questions might be serious like:

  • Why is there so much evil in the world?
  • Why can we trust the Bible?
  • What caused you to be a pacifist?

Or they might be less so:

  • Why do you preach without shoes?
  • Why do you listen to metal?

From 1:00-3:00 p.m. (Central Time) on Thursday January 15, Greg will be hosting an AMA—“ask me anything” on Reddit.

Click here for a link to the Christianity page on Reddit.

Greg will be waiting for your questions. Or maybe you just want to observe the interaction. Help us spread the word.

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