A couple of listeners wrote emails to express their disagreement with some of what Frank said in the show “Why Did Evangelicals Vote for Trump?” In this show Frank responds by investigating Jesus’s rebuke of the Pharisees (the politicians of Israel) in Matthew 23:23 and then by asking three questions: 1. What is the purpose of government? 2. What is your primary reason for choosing a president? 3. Who, of the available candidates, will best fulfill that purpose? As you’ll hear the elephant in the room isn’t Trump and his personality. The primary reason we choose a president has to do with a policy, not personality (although personality is still important). Frank responds to other objections from the emails, and also answers this question from a parent: How do I respond to a child who claims not to believe in God anymore?
The elephant in the room isn't Trump
January 4, 2020 • Frank Turek
Killing in the name of God? • February 29, 2020 • Frank Turek
If God told you to kill someone, what would you do? Wouldn’t you seek a psychiatrist? Why did Abraham almost go through with killing his son Isaac? How did Abraham know God told him and not a demon? How does the violence in the Old Testament differ from that in the Qur’an? And does God really give us free choice if it’s either “worship me or go to Hell!” Atheists often challenge Christians with questions like this. In fact, Frank tells of an atheist asking some of these questions this week at the University of Nebraska. How does one respond to this and other questions? Listen to find out!
LIVESTREAM I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist
Live from University of Nebraska Lincoln • February 25, 2020 • Frank Turek
Dr. Frank Turek will be speaking from his book, I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist. He will address four major questions to establish why Christianity is the most reasonable worldview: 1. Does Truth Exist? 2. Does God Exist? 3. Are Miracles Possible? 4. Is the New Testament True?
Does logic apply to God? And other questions • February 22, 2020 • Frank Turek
Can we put God in a box of our own logic? Aren’t His ways higher than our ways? Did God invent logic? Did human beings invent it? Frank goes deep into those questions to the foundation of reality. He also takes a fresh look at an often-misinterpreted passage in Isaiah 55 about God’s ways being higher than ours. Other questions addressed in this show include: • Is morality subjective and based on the majority vote? • Does every negation really imply an affirmation? • How can Hell be separation from God if God is everywhere?