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Is It Okay for Christians to Use Antidepressants?

Episode 197 | Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer questions on anti-depressants, how God uses trials, and if Jesus really descended into hell.

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How to Pray for Your Unborn Child

Whether you are a brand-new mother or a mother of twelve, it is astonishing that God would grow another one (or more!) of his image...

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How to Not Have Sex Before Marriage

Single people are uniquely challenged to practice purity as divinely created sexual beings. So how can single Christians practice chastity to God’s glory?​

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If Hitler Accepted Christ on His Last Day, Would He Be Accepted into Heaven?

Episode 196 | Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer questions on confession of sins, if someone like Hitler could have been saved before death, and...

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How To Model Forgiveness With Your Own Children - Thoughts From A Mom In The Trenches

I’m very open with my own children about the fact that I make mistakes and that I too am a sinner in need of a...

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How Do I Know If The Church I'm Attending Is a True Church?

Episode 195 | Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer questions on the law and gospel, the genealogy of Christ, and apostolic succession.

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4 Misconceptions about Resurrection...and the Truth

What is resurrection? What will our bodies be like? 

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Does the Bible Teach That People in Hell Will Cease to Exist?

Episode 194 | Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer questions on Jesus as a prophet, if annihilationism is biblical, and the final judgment.

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Does God Speak to Us Personally?

Episode 193 | Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer questions on vacation bible school, if God speaks to us personally, and the new creation.

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I want to Be Vulnerable, Honest and Open With Others, But How?

Growing up, I feared vulnerability more than death itself.​