Questions about whether it’s just for a sinner to be tormented for eternity and what the point of the resurrection is if we'll already be with God after we die.
  • We all crave justice, but how long would it take for a sinner to be tormented in Hell before we would be satisfied?
  • If we go to be with God right away when we die, what’s the point of the resurrection?
Questions about whether bad behavior by Christians can excuse others’ unbelief and how to respond when it’s said that religion is dangerous because it creates guilt and shame.
  • If LGBT folks are hurt by ungentle Christians, will they be judged differently? Can bad behavior by Christians excuse their unbelief?
  • How should I respond when it’s said that religion is dangerous because it creates guilt and shame?
Questions about whether Matthew 23:23 indicates we’re obligated to tithe and whether the beauty of art is objective or subjective.
  • Given Greg’s view on tithing, what about Matthew 23:23, where Jesus says they should tithe? 
  • Is art subjective? To be objective, must it be grounded in the nature of God?
Questions about whether or not we should think Hebrews is inspired and why the Bible uses women to represent sinful figures.
  • If no one is sure who the author of Hebrews actually was, to what degree should we hold this work to be the word of God?
  • Why does the Bible always use a woman to represent a sinful figure?
Questions about what to say to someone who says he can live however he wants now that he’s saved by grace and whether praying for forgiveness for habitual sins is an abuse of God’s grace.
  • What would you say to someone who takes John 3:16 literally and says, “I’m saved, so nothing else matters, and I can live how I want”? 
  • Is praying for forgiveness for habitual sins an abuse of God’s grace? 
Questions about maneuvering a “gauntlet” strategy of questions in a discussion and whether Christians shouldn’t seek fear as a form of entertainment.
  • How do you tactically maneuver a “gauntlet” strategy of questions when someone uses it in a discussion?
  • Is fear an emotion Christians shouldn’t be seeking as entertainment? 
Questions about the point of following Christ and whether Jesus’ physical body has always existed or was created.
  • What’s the point of following Christ?
  • When we say Jesus has always existed, do we mean physically, or was his physical body created?
Questions about whether it’s fair for God to punish us when we have an inherited sinful nature, resolving free will vs. God’s sovereignty in evangelism, and advice on when to pass on opportunities to defend the faith on social media.
  • Since we’re incapable of being good because of our inherited sinful nature, is it unfair for God to punish us for it?
  • How do we resolve fee will vs. God’s sovereignty in evangelism?
  • Do you have any advice on when to jump into a social media conversation to defend the faith and when to just pass by?
Questions about what a Christian Supreme Court justice is morally obligated to do if a constitutional judgment goes against the Bible and whether loving our enemy means no violence ever.
  • What is a Christian Supreme Court justice morally obligated to do if he/she encounters a case that requires a constitutional judgment against what the Bible would require?
  • Since we’re commanded to love our enemy, does that mean violence of any kind is impermissible in all circumstances?
Questions about whether the desire for survival can serve as a basis for morality and how Christians can know when they’re being disciplined by God.
  • Why does the idea that “we develop morality out of our desire to survive” fail to stand as a basis for morality?
  • In light of Hebrews 12:5–11, how can a Christian know when they’re being disciplined vs. experiencing a consequence of a sinful act?

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