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?
Major Moral Argument Mistakes Part 1
October 19, 2019 • Frank Turek
Are you a Selective Moralizer? • July 11, 2020 • Frank Turek
What makes you think that your moral views are correct? If you were a white person in the Southern U.S. in 1840, what would you think of slavery? If you lived anywhere in the U.S. in 1840, what would you think of abortion? How about homosexual behavior and same-sex marriage? Are you just a product of your culture? Is morality just a product of your culture? Frank delves deep into current events and philosophy to discover what the real truth is, and to expose the selective moralizing that infects cancel culture advocates. He also proposes what is the most egregious injustice by race and the biggest reason for unequal results by race. Lots of important ground is covered here. Don’t miss this one!
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.