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.
Is morality bad for business?
June 15, 2019 • Frank Turek
Do atheists just lack a belief in God? • October 12, 2019 • Frank Turek
In recent presentations at Fresno State and the University of Arizona, atheists insisted that they just "lack a belief in God", while at the same time rejecting God because they think He is immoral. How should we respond to this? • Is “lacking a belief in God" the proper and helpful definition of atheism? • What questions can you ask atheists who say this? • By what moral standard are atheists judging God to be immoral? • Why atheists have a burden of proof just like Christians • Why Christianity is the best explanation of why reality is the way it is. Frank also answers questions about “love" being a religion, and why do some OT laws apply to us today, but others don’t.
LIVESTREAM I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist
LIVE from University of Arizona • October 7, 2019 • 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?
What is “Social Justice”? with J. Warner Wallace • October 5, 2019 • J. Warner Wallace
J. Warner Wallace guest hosts the show this week and answers a listener email about the nature of “social justice”. What is the definition of this term and how do people typically interpret it? Is social justice commanded in the Jewish and Christian scriptures? Is there a difference between “social justice” and “biblical justice”? If so, how do these two terms differ and how are we, as Christians supposed to respond in this area? J. Warner delineates the differences using an investigative template.