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Why is the idea of moral neutrality a myth?

26 May 2014 | Greg Koukl
<p>Answers to key questions from well-known and respected authors and speakers.</p>

How do Jesus’ apologetics also proclaim his divinity?

24 May 2014 | Stefan Gustavsson
<p>Answers to key questions from well-known and respected authors and speakers.</p>

The Challenges of Preaching Acts

22 May 2016 | Peter Mead
Acts offers many compelling sermon summaries, as well as some genuinely unique historical accounts. How are we to preach summaries of sermons to other people at a very different time? How are we to preach events that were not recorded to build our anticipation of a repeat? How can we effectively preach Acts in our contexts?

What historical obstacles do European missionaries need to overcome?

29 May 2015 | Ajith Fernando
<p>Ajith Fernando&nbsp;answers the&nbsp;question "What historical obstacles do European missionaries need to overcome?"&nbsp;related to his talk "How Can European Missionaries Contribute to World Mission Today" given at the 2015 European Leadership Forum.</p>

In what ways have the universe and the earth been fine-tuned for life?

22 May 2016 | Alexander Fink
<p>Alexander Fink,&nbsp;Director, Institute for Faith and Science, answers the question "In what ways have the universe and the earth been fine-tuned for life?" related to his talk "Five Things Theologians Need to Know About Cosmology"&nbsp;given at the 2016 European Leadership Forum.</p>

How has our consumer culture altered our sense of ourselves?

3 Jun 2015 | Henk Reitsema
<p>Henk Reitsema, Trustee, L'Abri International,&nbsp;answers the question “How has our consumer culture altered our sense of ourselves?“ related to his talk "Should We Consume or Create: What is a Flourishing Life?" given at the 2015 European Leadership Forum.&nbsp;</p>