Two Misconceptions about Poverty – Sean McDowell

Helping the poor is a biblical command and a big topic of cultural conversation. Sean discusses 2 common misconceptions we must reject. Read More Sean McDowell

Is God a Vindictive Bully? (with Paul Copan) – Sean McDowell

How could the prophet Elisha summon bears to maul 42 children? Did the Bible permit Israel to take sex slaves? Paul Copan and I tackle these Qs and more. Read…

Porn Doesn’t Hurt Anyone? 3 Reasons This is False. – Sean McDowell

Is it true that porn doesn’t harm anyone? No. In this blog, Sean offers 3 ways porn harms YOU. Read More Sean McDowell

A Secular Jew Comes to Faith in Christ – Sean McDowell

Why would a secular Jew follow Jesus? What barriers did he overcome and how did it change his life? I interview Andrew Klavan about his journey to faith. Read More…

3 Bad Reasons to Support Assisted Suicide – Sean McDowell

Assisted suicide is a complex issue, yet there are 3 bad reasons to support it. Sean responds to 3 common reasons people give in its defense. Read More Sean McDowell

Navigating Culture with Conviction and Grace – Sean McDowell

What does it mean to be a rebel today? Sean suggests that being a contrarian involves engaging others with truth and grace. The focus is on Sean’s new book. Read…

The Rise of Today’s New Rebel – Sean McDowell

How is following Jesus an act of rebellion today? What does it mean to speak truth in love? Sean shares a story to address these questions. Read More Sean McDowell

Can a Christian Who Commits Suicide Go to Heaven? – Sean McDowell

What does the Bible say about suicide? Is it the unforgivable sin? Sean talks with Jon Noyes about these questions and more. Read More Sean McDowell

The Historical Case for a 13th Century Exodus (with Michael Jones) – Sean McDowell

What is the biblical and extra-biblical evidence for a 13th century Exodus? Sean talks with Michael Jones from Inspiring Philosophy. Read More Sean McDowell

3 Ways Smartphones Shape Us – Sean McDowell

How do smartphones shape us? We tend to think we’re immune, but the reality is that they shape our minds, hearts, and identities. Read More Sean McDowell