Os Guinness, Stanford University, 2002. After asserting that the West has witnessed the end of the “heroic stand on truth” that was seen in such events as the fall of the Soviet Union and the reunification of Germany, Os Guinness describes why there are “thoughts that can be thought but not lived.” Arguing that truth is something which confronts us causing us either to shape our desires according to it, or to try to reshape truth to our desires, Os Guinness gives answers to those who are either careless with truth or those who outright oppose it. Veritas.
Audio. This sermon was preached by Rev. Timothy Keller at Redeemer Presbyterian Church on October 8, 2006. In today’s society, absolute truth is thought of to be the enemy of freedom. But truth is more important than you think, freedom is a lot more complex than you think, and Jesus is a lot more liberating than you think. Surrendering to God’s absolute truth gives you a deeper, richer freedom in every area, without oppression. GospelinLife.com
Dr. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, gives a review of the crisis of faith from the Enlightenment to the present, with a particular focus on the Victorian loss of faith, the secularism of hyper-modernity, and the failure of the secularization thesis.
John Lennox, University of Southern California 2011, questions Objective Belief.
Andrew Sach answers the question, ‘Hasn’t Science disproved God?’ Passion for Life.
NT Wright answers the question, ‘How convinced can we be of the historical resurrection of Jesus Christ?’
Lee Strobel, author of The Case for Christ, gives four proofs of the Resurrection of Jesus. LeeStroble.com
Many critics (like the Jesus Seminar and liberal theologians and gnosticism) have suggested that Jesus’ resurrection was not physical but spiritual and even stated that the Apostle Paul was a gnostic. William Lane Craig responds to this premise. Reasonable Faith.
Dr William Lane Craig answers whether the New Testament writers confirm or conflict evidences to that of the evangelists? Reasonable Faith.
Dr William Lane Craig answers if Jesus’ appearance after his resurrection could have been hallucinations? Reasonable Faith.