Letters from a Skeptic
Podcast: Did You Believe in Evolution When You Wrote Letters from a Skeptic?
Category: General, ReKnew Podcast
Tags: Creation, Evolution, Letters from a Skeptic
Greg considers how to think about God’s relationship to time given that there are apparent paradoxes no matter how one things about it. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0319.mp3
Is Jesus Really God?
Tags: Apologetics, Jesus, Jesus' Divinity, Letters from a Skeptic, Miracles, Resurrection
Topics: Christology, Jesus: Lord or Legend
While it is true that Jesus Himself never comes out and explicitly says He is God in the Gospels, He is everywhere portrayed in terms that lead us to conclude to the same thing. He…
Is God All-Powerful?
Tags: Free Will, Letters from a Skeptic, Love, Omnipotence, Open Theism
Topics: Providence, Predestination and Free Will
I want to answer yes and no. God is all-powerful in the sense that God originally possessed all power. Before Creation, God was the only being who existed, and thus had all the power there…
Why Does God Need Prayer?
Tags: Letters from a Skeptic, Prayer, Q&A
Topics: Hearing God, Prayer, Providence, Predestination and Free Will
Greg Loves Questions. In his best selling book Letters from a Skeptic, he responds to questions from his father, who was then an atheist. Tomorrow Greg will be hosting a AMA (Ask Me Anything) on…
Got Questions About God?
Tags: Books, Greg Boyd, Letters from a Skeptic
Do you have a friend who’s got questions about God? Greg’s father was an atheist who had lots of questions. Over an extended period, Greg and his father wrote letters to one another where they…
By Chance or By God
Tags: Apologetics, Evolution, God, Letters from a Skeptic
pure9 via Compfight Is the world here by chance? Are we a product of an impersonal force that got the ball rolling and then history came about in what could be described as an “accident”? …
Is God Personal?
Tags: Apologetics, God, Letters from a Skeptic, Love
Topics: Attributes and Character
Hamed Saber via Compfight How can we trust that God is personally involved in our lives? Are our seemingly “small” lives significant enough for God to get involved when you consider the vastness of all…
Why Doesn’t God Make Himself Obvious?
Tags: Apologetics, Doubt, Free Will, God, Letters from a Skeptic
Topics: Attributes and Character, Hearing God, Prayer
Why is faith so difficult? Why isn’t God more obvious? Why doesn’t God come out and provide irrefutable proof that he is God so that there is no more doubt? Greg’s father raised such questions…
Why Believe that There Is a God?
Tags: Apologetics, God, Letters from a Skeptic
“Why should we believe in God in the first place?” This was a question that Greg’s father asked of Greg. While there are many ways to respond, Greg’s offered what is called “the anthropological argument.”…
What About the Contradictions Found in the Gospels?
Tags: Apologetics, Bible, Jesus, Letters from a Skeptic, Reliability of the Gospels
Topics: Biblical Reliability
It’s quite common for people to question the veracity of the Gospels because there are contradictions between them. In fact, an interaction between Steven Colbert and Bart Erhman, a scholar who makes a big deal…
8 Arguments for the Reality of the Resurrection
Tags: Apologetics, Easter, Letters from a Skeptic, Resurrection
James Emery via Compfight As we come up on Easter many ask questions about the reliability of the resurrection story. Was it a legend? Did the early church fabricate it? Can we trust what…