What You Can Learn From the Pilgrims
November 30, 2013 • Bill Federer
Major Moral Argument Mistakes Part 1 • October 19, 2019 • Frank Turek
How good is the moral argument? A retired attorney wrote Frank asserting that we don’t need God for objective morality. Some of his challenges can be summarized in the following questions: • Does the moral argument depend on everyone agreeing on right and wrong? • Can human beings construct an objective moral standard independent of God? Couldn’t the majority vote do that? • Are God’s commands based on God’s desires? • Are they based on God’s authority? • Can’t evolution explain morality? • Do changing views on morality mean there is no objective morality? • What about moral dilemmas? Do they show morality is relative? Join Frank as he goes into depth on these and other questions. In fact, this show starts with an analysis of one Presidential candidate’s claim that a church’s tax-exempt status should be revoked if it fails to embrace same-sex marriage. Does this align with the Constitution? And why are churches tax-exempt anyway?
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?