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Greg Koukl
Greg Koukl, President of Stand to Reason
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Greg Koukl Mar 31
Everything Natasha Crain touches turns to parenting gold. Her latest book—just out today—is “Talking with Your Kids about Jesus.” I already have my copy. Get yours!
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Greg Koukl Mar 30
My video lectures on Tactics and The Story of Reality are 50% off this week from Zondervan. Sale pricing ends April 3rd.
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Greg Koukl Mar 28
It’s curious that multitudes of women who say they can do whatever they want with their own bodies willingly submit their bodies to de facto house arrest (shelter-in-place) because the government is currently telling them what they can do with their own bodies.
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Greg Koukl Mar 20
"As the winds of culture change, and the house of cards falls, we abide in Christ for joy and strength.” HT-Kelly Monroe-Kullberg
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Greg Koukl Mar 18
Please see my current comments on the Covid-19 upheaval:
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Greg Koukl Mar 16
Please vote for STR’s Alan Shlemon (AKA “Mr. Bean”) in this fun apologetics contest against "banana man," Ray Comfort. The race is super close with just a few hours left.
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Greg Koukl Mar 16
Please vote for STR’s Alan Shlemon (AKA Mr. Bean) in this fun “contest” of best apologist. He’s against “banana man” Ray Comfort and the race is super close with just a few hours left.
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Greg Koukl Mar 16
My PragerU video of “The Intolerance of Tolerance” launched this morning:
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Greg Koukl Mar 12
Check out “The Defense Rests,” a great new podcast by my buddy, RZIM’s Abdu Murray. In every episode, Abdu plays a clip from an atheist, skeptic, Muslim, other critic and examines their claim in light of the scrutiny it would get in a trial setting.
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Greg Koukl Mar 3
Ablation postponed. Little speed bump in the OR with an apparent clot in my leg, but multiple tests afterwards showed my whole system, including heart, clear and sound except for intermittent a-fib. Will reschedule. I take this delay as from the Lord. Big thanks for prayers!
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Greg Koukl Mar 2
Quick prayer request for me. Going into ablation heart surgery for my intermittent a-fib on Tuesday, 3/3, at 8:30 AM PST. Fairly simple procedure with an overnight stay in the hospital. A little spooky, but not too dangerous. I should be okay. Thanks for the covering!
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Greg Koukl Feb 22
I just did a weeklong question and answer post on the RZIM website. Fun! If you'd like, take a look at it here:
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Greg Koukl Feb 21
Evidences are everywhere in the Bible. E.g., on Palm Sunday the people hailed Jesus as the “the king who comes in the name of the Lord” because of “all the miracles they had seen” (Luke 19:37–38).
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Greg Koukl Feb 13
After months playing second or third fiddle to New Age Gabrielle Bernstein, I finally bumped "The Universe Has Your Back" off it’s "#1 Best Sellers in Christianity” perch. What is this title doing in the Christianity section anyway?
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Greg Koukl Feb 13
I just realized the Tim Challie’s review (my last tweet) was posted in 2009 and was for the 1st edition. My “Duh!” Still a really nice review, though.
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Greg Koukl Feb 13
Sweet review of Tactics 2 by Tim Challies. I have a lot of respect for Tim ‘cause he’s a straight-shooter. So nice to see his favorable comments.
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Greg Koukl Feb 12
If you like, check out the Breakpoint Interview on Tactics with John Stonestreet.
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Greg Koukl Feb 6
You might enjoy the discussion on “Where Is God in an Evil World,” when I was interviewed on the Maranatha Chapel video blog.
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Greg Koukl Feb 6
The simplest way to develop gratitude is to express it, so be alert for every opportunity to show appreciation for what others have done. Being grateful is a virtue. It's a kindness returned. Ingratitude is an ugly vice and robs both giver and receiver.
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Greg Koukl Feb 6
Show gratitude. Lots of it. There is a special grace in simply saying to those close to you, “Thank you. I appreciate that. You did a good job.” Be alert for every opportunity to show appreciation to others. Find the good and fuss over it.
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