Episode 270: Here is the final installment of the series Six Questions to Ask a Skeptic. A.W. Tozer said, “What comes into your mind when you think about is the most important thing about you.” I believe this is equally true for Jesus. So what do you think about Jesus? Tune in as I explore the possible answers to this question.
Category Archives: Six Questions to Ask a Skeptic
What is the Meaning of Suffering?
Episode 267: This is the 5th question in the “Six Question to Ask a Skeptic” series of lesson. Everybody suffers at some point in their life. Whether rich or poor, educated or uneducated, regardless of race or sex or religion – everyone suffers. So is there any meaning or significance to the suffering? Tune in as I explore this question and deal with the problem of evil.
Why are Children Intuitive Theists?
Episode 264: Question four (4) in our Six Questions to Ask a Skeptic series – why are children intuitive theists? Even skeptics admit that man seems naturally inclined to belief in God. Tune in as I explore why this is so.
Can We Be Good Without God?
Episode 262: The demographic I am calling “skeptics” (composed of atheists, agnostics, & non-religious folks) makes up about 20% of the American population. 1 in 5 people fall under this definition. So another good question to ask our skeptical friends to open dialogue with them is – Can We Be Good Without God? Tune in as I explore this sobering question.
What is the Meaning of Life?
Episode 261: Still another question which has been pondered by philosophers and thinkers throughout history has to do with the meaning of life. What is the meaning of life? Is there ultimate meaning and purpose to this life? Tune in as I tackle this question and provide what I believe is a more satisfying answer than that offered by our skeptical friends.
Why is There Something Rather Than Nothing?
Episode 259: It is a question which has been pondered by philosophers for millennia. Why is there something rather than nothing? Atheists like Dr. Lawrence Krauss have offered answers from quantum mechanics, but are their answers satisfying. Tune in as I explore this answer and offer what I believe to be a more satisfying conclusion.