Join Frank on a fascinating survey of history from 1453 to the Pilgrim to Thanksgiving with none other than historian Bill Federer. This episode for the CrossExamined podcast is packed with surprising historical data. Don't miss it!
Everything is Connected
November 24, 2018 • Bill Federer
The Devil's Delusion with Dr. David Berlinski • November 9, 2019 • Dr. David Berlinski
Frank interviews one of his favorite authors, the provocative and articulate Dr. David Berlinski. Dr. David Berlinski is an author, thinker, professor, and self-described secular Jew, who with wit and elegance dismantles the assumptions and assertions of Darwinists and other atheistic materialists in his interviews and his books. Berlinski has his Ph.D. from Princeton University, has taught at Stanford and Rutgers, and is a fellow at the Discovery Institute (along with frequent guest Dr. Stephen Meyer). He lives in Paris but did this interview from Los Angeles where he was for an interview with Ben Shapiro. Join Frank for a far-reaching discussion with Dr. Berlinski who is incapable of being boring.
Major Moral Argument Mistakes (Part 3)
Frank continues his detailed response to a retired attorney who objects to the moral argument. People often find this the most personally relevant argument for God, and that’s perhaps why atheists often object to it the most. However, Frank points out, their objections are often due to misunderstandings or misapplication of evolutionary theory to morality. Listen to this and the first two parts to make sure you’re ready to give a reason for the hope that you have (1 Pet. 3:15).
Major Moral Argument Mistakes (Part 2) • October 26, 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 continues his response to these challenges.