This week Rich and Chris continue their discussion on forgiveness by asking the question, "Do I have to forgive someone who has not asked for it?" Additionally, they tackle the issue of the ends justifying the means. Can Christians fail to rightly represent another person or argument if it means being able to defeat an opposing worldview?
This week, Rich and Chris discuss how and why Christians need to avoid lying in even everyday interactions. Additionally, Kathy Griffin's recent media stunt brings up the question of forgiveness and accountability.
This week, Rich and Chris discuss a biblical understanding of competition. Christians should always strive to do their very best in order that they might glorify God. But at what point do we cross over into sin as we compete? Also, they discuss Romans chapter 2 and its implications for the church today.
On their one year anniversary, Chris and Rich go back to the book of Ephesians. Christians are God's workmanship and He has created us for good works. What does this mean in the life of the believer today? What good works are we to do and why?
This week Rich and Chris discuss Paul's second letter to the Corinthians. Paul willingly grieved the church over their sins so that they might have godly sorrow leading to true repentance. How do we as Christians understand this in our current day?
This week Chris talks about recent events in cultura entertainment and corporate policy practices. How should Christians respond when confronted practices that challenge our Christian walk?
This week Chris and Rich discuss the sin of porn and it's pervasive reach even into the church. How can Christians protect their families from one of the most wicked sins of our day?