Where does the burden of proof rest in discussions about Christianity? Can the claims of Christianity be rationally defended or must we check our brains at the doors of faith? Join us Sunday night at 8p Central as we welcome apologist Larry Lewis live from Berlin, Germany. Larry is director of the Connections Resource Center in Berlin. Connections is part of a larger effort known as the Open Door Libraries which bring the knowledge of God to countries where Christian teaching and resources have been limited or restricted.
Do you have questions about the legitimacy Christianity and the Bible? Then grab a friend and stop by our live webcast. You can catch the program here or on our Sunday Night Discussions Google + page. Questions can be sent in prior to the show or while the program is live through one of these mediums.
If we hold evolution to the standards of logic, reason, and science does it really hold up? Without touching on issues of theism or subjective thinking, can evolution truly stand according to a pure scientific model? Join us tomorrow night at 8p Central as we welcome Stan Stephens on the show to address these and similar questions. Stan comes to the discussion with a history in engineering and as a self proclaimed 40 year Atheist. It was actually through rational thinking that Stan began to discover the logical contradictions and intellectually emptiness of evolutionary theory. What questions would you have for Stan or on this subject? Tune in live tomorrow night and feel free to send in questions here or through our SND Google + page. You can also send in questions now for the show tomorrow night.
Tonight for the discussions we’re bringing back three of our guest from last season to dig in deeper to the divine question. Is there a God and is Atheism really as rational as some believe? From this discussion; what are the ramifications to evolution and the nature of man? These and more tonight at 8p Central. You can watch the live show here or send in questions during the broadcast if you’re connected to our “Sunday Night Discussions” page on Google + or Face Book. So grab a friend, some coffee, and come ready to discuss.