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11/02/19

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).

12/07/19

Why did Evangelicals Vote for Trump? • December 7, 2019 • Frank Turek

Frank attended two meetings with candidate Donald Trump in the weeks leading up to the 2016 election. The first meeting in Trump Tower is the subject of the new article in 𝑅𝑜𝑙𝑙𝑖𝑛𝑔𝑆𝑡𝑜𝑛𝑒 𝑀𝑎𝑔𝑎𝑧𝑖𝑛𝑒 in which Frank is quoted twice. This podcast is Frank’s response to that article, particularly the article’s audacious assertion that Donald Trump is a standard-bearer for American Christians. Frank highlights what the article gets wrong, what the media, in general, gets wrong about evangelical Christianity, and then offers five reasons why most evangelical Christians voted for Donald Trump. Regardless of what you think about Trump, Christianity or politics, this show will help you have better conversations with people as we enter an election year.

11/30/19

New Tactics with Greg Koukl • November 30, 2019 • Greg Koukl

There are many places you can learn evidence for Christianity. There are very few places you can learn easy ways to share that evidence. Greg Koukl’s classic book Tactics is simply the best place to go to learn how to share the hope you have within you. Now, ten years after the first edition, Greg has rewritten, updated and expanded Tactics, and it just became available this week. Join Frank as he interviews Greg and they reveal some of the new Tactics that will help you move people closer to Christ in a way that takes all the pressure off of you.

11/23/19

Is Chick-fil-A chicken? And your questions • November 23, 2019 • Frank Turek

Jesus said that you can’t serve both God and money. It looks like Chick-fil-A may be sacrificing God for money. Under pressure from LGBTQ activists, they’ve decided to stop supporting the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. They say they want to focus their charitable giving “in areas of education, homelessness, and hunger.” Newsflash: That’s exactly what the Salvation Army and FCA do! Now, Chick-fil-A can give or not give to whomever it wants. But don’t say the reason you’re not giving to the SA or FCA is that you want to focus your giving on exactly what those organizations are already doing! There must be something else going on here. Join Frank as he investigates that and answers questions on: · Theistic evolution: Is macroevolution compatible with the scriptures? Is there scientific support for macroevolution? · What can we conclude from the thousands of New Testament manuscripts? · Why didn’t the Egyptians report the Exodus? · Will we have free will in Heaven?