Slavery with Paul Copan
May 11, 2013
Is morality bad for business? • June 15, 2019 • Frank Turek
According to 180 CEOs, it is… at least the morality based on God’s Good nature. They claim that abortion bans go “against our values and [are] bad for business.” They claim abortion bans are a ban on “equality.” What do they mean by equality? What do they mean by bad? What standard are they using to make such assertions? Was banning slavery bad for business? Are we supposed to base moral decisions on economic results? Join Frank and as he unpacks this hot issue and shows why you shouldn’t be a fiscal conservative and a social liberal. He also addresses a difficult question from a listener about believing in a God who allows so much evil.
The New Absolutes • June 8, 2019 • Frank Turek
What is happening to our culture’s moral values? Is it really radical relativism: everyone gets to decide what is right in his own eyes? Join Frank to find out that there’s actually a new set of absolutes that our culture is adopting. And these new absolutes are often polar opposites of those grounded in God’s Good nature. For example: The old absolute is purity; the new absolute is promiscuity The old absolute is humility; the new absolute is pride The old absolute is truth; the new absolute is power The old absolute is love; the new absolute is tolerance The old absolute is religious freedom; the new absolute is sexual supremacy And many others. Frank blows the lid off the claim that only Christians or conservatives are trying to impose a moral position. Everyone is! The problem for the proponents of the new absolutes is that they have no objective standard to support their positions. In the last segment Frank answers questions about the universe coming from nothing, and how to reach apathetic people. Don’t be apathetic about this one. Please listen and share!
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David Silverman Denies That The Holocaust Was Objectively Wrong • Frank Turek
Frank Turek and David Silverman debate about absolute or objective morality. While Silverman doesn't prefer the mass killing of Jews, he denies that the mass killings were objectively wrong. It's just his opinion vs. another person's opinion