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    Unapologetic #108 Michael Lloyd: Why did God create wasps?


    Why are our prayers not answered? Where does the cross fit into the problem of suffering? Why did God create creatures like mosquitoes, poisonous snakes and wasps? Does God always get his way? Can good ever come out of suffering? Rev Dr Michael Lloyd, author of Cafe Theology, continues his discussion about evil and suffering.

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    Hope in despair: How a militant atheist encountered God


    Dave Glander’s broken childhood was one of the many factors that led to his staunch atheism. However, his worldview was dramatically shaken in a moment of desperation. Jana Harmon shares his story

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    Women in apologetics: Overcoming sexism, societal expectation and vicious online attacks


    Former non-theist Mary Jo Sharp found answers to many of her questions through Christian apologetics. She is now passionate about sharing this with others, despite the great personal cost at times. She shares some of her story with Joel Furches here

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    Ask NT Wright Anything #158 Why don’t I hear from God any more?


    Tom and Justin are back with a fresh batch of questions from listeners who are having trouble hearing from God. Nicole asks why ‘Ask and you shall receive’ doesn’t seem to work in practise? Shelagh says she doesn’t hear from God the way she used to - is it because of disobedience? Robert asks how you can tell if you have misheard from God? Tom also gives an update on his health and work and reflects on how he hears from God.

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    Do all religions lead to God?


    Apologist Joel Furches explores one of life’s big questions

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    I became a Christian through a pumpkin party


    Halloween may be a controversial topic for some Christians, but it was the beginning of a journey to faith for apologist Pedro R Garcia