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by William Lane Craig and Alex Rosenberg
February 1, 2013
What hath Jerusalem to do with Athens? Or what hath faith to do with reason? Drs. William Lane Craig and Alex Rosenberg debate this all important and pervasive question concerning the reasonablenes...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2010
by Craig J Hazen
October 11, 2010
Craig Hazen, Director of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, explains why Christianity can claim to be unique and profound in the midst of countless other religions
from BBST 450: Apologetics
by Jon Rittenhouse
May 8, 2012
Dr. Jon Rittenhouse refutes Darwinian evolution. He demonstrates its continuous failure to correspond with scientific data.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Scott B Rae
November 28, 2012
Dr. Scott Rae continues his discussion of contemporary issues, focusing on cultural perception of truth. He shows that, in the past, morality was seen as absolute and unchanging, while today it is ...
from To Everyone an Answer
by Greg Koukl
November 19, 2011
Dr. Greg Koukl explains how the contemporary idea of tolerance is not tolerance at all. He explains the logical issues presented by contemporary tolerance and how these issues can be discusses inte...
from Stand to Reason Conference
by Sean McDowell
May 10, 2013
Apologist Sean McDowell shares with his audience the importance of conducting apologetics in love. He poignantly prompts his audience to stop evangelizing and apologizing if they are not doing so o...
by Wilson Wang
April 3, 2012
Wilson Wang teaches on the three primary ways people understand truth. He explains the importance of sharing the gospel on a personal level.
from Ethics at the Edge of Life
by Scott Klusendorf
September 17, 2010
Professor Scott Klusendorf confronts the widespread argument that dismisses the pro-life point of view due to its religious grounds. Klusendorf also explains the proper and improper ways to respond...
from BIOS 332: Genetics
by Jason Tresser
September 26, 2012
Dr. Jason Tresser makes an argument for intelligent design. He demonstrates the statistical impossibility of proteins arising spontaneously and the lack of other explanations. From this, he makes a...
February 28, 2012
Dr. Jon Rittenhouse discusses the contemporary notions of relativism, tolerance and intolerance. He elaborates on the inconsistency of such a system.