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.
Do atheists just lack a belief in God?
October 12, 2019 • Frank Turek
A Conversation About Racism Between Black and White Christians • June 27, 2020 • J. Warner Wallace
Detective J. Warner Wallace hosts a former gang member, now Christian apologist, Vada Hedgeman to discuss racism. What experiences with cops did Vada have growing up? What is systematic racism? Are there more prominent causes than racism for inequalities between blacks and whites? Does grouping people by race or ethnicity actually feed racism? Where do we go from here? This is just the start of a long but important conversation.
What does sex mean? • June 20, 2020 • Frank Turek
What does sex mean according to the Supreme Court? Frank identifies and expounds upon 5 Casualties in the Court’s LGBTQ Sex Ruling: 1. We the People 2. Women 3. LGBTQ People 4. 96% of the Population 5. Religious Freedom Frank reveals the sixth casualty as well, one for which the original civil rights law was made. He then offers some solutions and traces the absurd ruling—which rationally nullifies the basis for any human rights—back to a rejection of Aristotle. Listen to find out how.