1. Does God exist? A living word Panel Discussion Promo


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    Promo for a 1.5 hour panel discussion on the existence of God.

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    • Summit Lecture Series: Can We Be Moral Without God? with Frank Beckwith, part 3


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      To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. Before the Covenant of Noah, in the Old Testament, Cain killed Able. But, how did Cain know that it was wrong to kill his brother? God punished Cain, but there were no Ten Commandments, written law, nor covenant between man and God. Yet, he knew that it was wrong, without any “special revelation”. The point is that the natural moral law resides within each of us. The Bible assumes - from Cain and Able through Paul’s letter to the Romans, and even in Jesus’ teachings – that we all innately have this moral law within us. And it seems that the new atheists take it for granted, since part of their criticisms of Christianity is that everyone assumes that certain things are right or wrong. In Richard Dawkins’ book “The God Delusion”, he wrote about paleontologist Kurt Wise. Now, one thing that makes Kurt interesting is that he did is PhD work at Harvard under the great paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould. Gould was an evolutionist who was brave enough to criticize Darwin and actually suggested something called “Punctuated Equilibrium”, where the changes in species did not happen gradually like Darwin described, but instead happened suddenly in “big jumps”. This kind of thinking drew the positive consideration of many creationists, which drove Gould crazy, since he was an atheist and proponent of evolution. So, Kurt Wise entered into his studies under Gould as a “young earth creationist” and actually was still one when he graduated. Because of these beliefs, Wise realized that he would most likely never be hired at a major research institution, despite the fact that he had earned a PhD from Harvard. Dawkins says this about Wise’s story and how it reinforces Dawkins’ theories: "I find that terribly sad . . . the Kurt Wise story is just plain pathetic - pathetic and contemptible. The wound, to his career and his life’s happiness, was self-inflicted, so unnecessary, so easy to escape . . . I am hostile to religion because of what it did to Kurt Wise. And if it did that to a Harvard educated geologist, just think what it can do to others less gifted and less well armed." So, his argument is, “Look, this is why I hate religion: It indoctrinates people like Kurt Wise to believe false things, and it destroys their careers.” Setting aside the question of which side of creation is correct, we need to consider the question of: “How is it that Richard Dawkins can issue that judgment?” Dawkins harshly criticizes Wise for embracing a religious belief that resulted in Wise not treating himself and his talents, intelligence and abilities in a way that was appropriate to their full flourishing. In other words, according to Dawkins, Wise was gifted and wasted his gifts because of his religious convictions. So, what would Dawkins say would be the appropriate way for Wise to treat his talents, intelligence and abilities appropriate to their function? And remember, Dawkins doesn’t believe that there is such a thing as intrinsic purposes. He doesn’t believe that the universe is designed. In fact, Dawkins said, “Darwin and his successors have shown how living creatures, with their spectacular statistical improbability and appearance of design have evolved by slow gradual degrees from simple beginnings. We can now safely say that the illusion of design of living creatures is just that – an illusion.” Yet, in order to make any of these assertions about Wise or religion, one would first have to have a conclusion to how humankind was designed and what the purpose, or end, of a human being is. For more engaging and educational videos and podcasts, visit the E-Squared Media Network at www.e2medianetwork.com.

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      • Dan Schneider Video Interview #16- Richard Dawkins- Visionary Or Fraud


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        Debate between anthropologist Oliver Scott Curry and philosopher Michael Ruse, was recorded on Saturday, 5/2/15, via Skype, using Litecam. All copyrights for questions and answers belong to Dan Schneider, Cosmoetica, and the Interviewees.

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        • Summit Lecture Series: Can We Be Moral Without God? With Frank Beckwith


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          To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. There are many different ways to look at the question “Can we be moral without God?” One perspective is to wonder if atheists can be good. I believe that, of course atheists can be good. Without a doubt. I have known several atheists who loved their children, were deeply kind to others, and selflessly give of themselves to those in need. So, in that sense, of course atheists can be good. But, when we wonder if we can be moral without God, what we are really asking is “Can the Moral Law exist without the existence of God?” In other words, which worldview best makes sense of the universal Moral Law? Is it the worldview that has God as the foundation of being and the Creator of the universe? Or is it the materialist, or naturalist, which holds that all that exists is matter, there is no God, nor souls, etc. Which worldview makes the most sense of morality? What I mean is that it seems as though there is a universal Moral Law. So, if there is a Moral Law, must there be a Lawgiver? And if there is a Moral Lawgiver, is that Being God? Now, imagine that you and a very close friend are sharing a meal together. You are both able to fully appreciate the meal: how good it tastes, all its nuances and pairings. But let’s say that your friend doubted the existence of the cook who prepared your meal. When your friend says, “I don’t believe that chefs exist”, that doesn’t mean that they are unable to appreciate the meal. Likewise, when an atheist says that they don’t believe in God as a Moral Lawgiver, they are “sharing in the same meal” as us, but doubting the existence of the chef from which the meal came from. Yet, the nature of the meal implies the existence of the chef. Therefore, we have to begin with defining what the Moral Law is in the first place. Moral Relativists doubt if such a thing even exists. Actually most people who claim to be relativists are actually “selective relativists”. That is to say, they hold that there is no Moral Law. However, when their own rights seem to be violated, they appeal to the very law that they deny. And, when it comes to the “New Atheists”, such as Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, and Sam Harris, not a single one of them deny that there is a objective Moral Law. In fact, much of their cases against Christianity is dependent on objective morality. For instance, in their books, they talk about the bad things done throughout history by Christians. Yet, how can a moral relativist – someone who doesn’t believe in a universal and objective Moral Law – make a judgment on the “evil” things done by Christians, if there is no universal and objective moral law? If they say, “Christians did horrible things 1,000 years ago!” Then, the argument for those very Christians could be, “That was just our culture. It’s how we did things then. Who are you to judge?” So, at the end of the day, even the new atheists have to believe in some objective Moral Law.

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          • The Pseudo-Science of Richard Dawkins


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            This video exposes atheist Richard Dawkins' utter irrationality when it comes to facing the question of science. Indeed, Dawkins has gone off the deep end when it comes to justifying science against God and religion.

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            • Greatest Hoax on Earth


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              Excuse me for being so blunt but the idea of evolution is mind-numbing stupidity. Really, how is it that the majority of educated people believe that organisms evolve into more and more complex organisms? Everything around us refutes the idea. Evolution is a classic example of "Emperor with no clothes". You know the children's story where nobody had the guts to tell the gullible emperor that he was naked. Watch this video to see for yourself if evolution makes sense.

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              • Muslims Being Shot Dead | The Rise of Hate Crimes Towards Muslims | TheDeenShow


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                Another Muslim Is Killed in America. Anyone Care? After surviving years of war in Iraq, Ahmed al-Jumaili was gunned down after less than a month in Dallas. “You are dead. We are going to kill you.” “The North Carolina shootings were just the beginning.” “You are not Americans, don't fly our flag.” These are just some of the despicable comments directed at American Muslims in the Dallas-Forth Worth area in the last two months. We'll be addressing this along with the rise in hate crimes towards Muslims. We'll also be talking about what Islam has to say about evolution, darwinism and the new Atheism with the Author of God, Islam and the skeptic mind. Make Donations for Dawah Here: http://www.eddiedvd.com/products/donations Join us at YouTube: http://goo.gl/mVLmMu http://twitter.com/thedeenshow https://www.facebook.com/TheDeenShowTV http://www.TheDeenshow.com Look into Islam it is Truly a way of life sent by the Creator as a Mercy for all of mankind. Start today by earnestly asking your Maker to guide your heart to the truth. Look beyond the hype and the false stereotypes and lies you've been told about Islam. Judge for yourself tune into TheDeenShow to really learn the truth about Islam and Muslims. Purpose of life ever Wonder? Islam means submission to the Creator alone. Islam is the belief that there is only One God, whose proper name is Allah, which means the God. Islam is the same message given to all the prophets, from Adam, Noah, Moses, Abraham, Jesus, and finally to the Prophet Muhammad, the last messenger (peace and blessings be upon them). They all brought the same message: worship only God, and stop worshipping human beings and their ideas. Allah is the name of God in Arabic, Arab Christians use the word Allah. Become a Muslim(Any Peaceful person who submits to the Creator alone) Now If you believe there is only One God who should be worshipped, and no one/nothing else has that right but Him, and you believe Muhammad, peace be upon him, was a messenger who brought the same message as all the prophets before him, then you are basically a Muslim. Help us get the word out about TheDeenShow Take this video link and send it out to your Facebook,Twitter,Websites,Blogs,news-let­­t­­­­­ers,emails, etc.. send it out to the world.

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                • Adam Metropolis > > > DARWIN IS DEAD, Part 9: "The Alien Cult"


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                  Atheists worship aliens. http://lovethecross.com

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                  • Ready


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                    Special guest interview with Dr. John Lennox, Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University, England; internationally renowned speaker on science, philosophy and religion. Listen in as we wrap up our series "I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist”, and Dr. Lennox shares his knowledge on the subject. To learn more from the resources our Teaching Pastors used in the series, visit ChristJourney.org/ReasonsForFaith

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                    • The Way of The Mister: That's Just Religion VOD


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                      My thoughts on the hypocrisy over the Chapel Hill murders

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