Kirk Cameron interviews Ravi Zacharias

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  • 2014-06-10T10:58:43

Good material. Why is the picture so fuzzy?

  • 2014-04-22T15:47:24

What a simplistic and awesome interview... wow

  • 2014-04-15T15:53:40

thank you Ravi the Lord has and will continue Blessing you.

  • 2014-04-02T12:32:58

Wow! clear and definitely inspiring presentation. Great work Kirk and Dr R.Z. God bless you guys.

  • 2012-06-22T21:34:01

Don't go to sleep tonight before you hear this! -JT

  • 2012-06-22T21:17:13

This is FANTASTIC! Please take a listen an comment. JT

  • 2012-06-12T19:31:25

I equate truth with goodness, and falsity with "evil". In order to figure out what is true, I need real information (which comes from observation) because without real information, I am just being wishful or delusional. So, in order to align myself with goodness and truth, I must rely on data. Otherwise I cannot claim knowledge. I don't believe in "creating your own truth" or "setting your own guidelines for life" - We live in a society which is essentially a large group of people who help one another to make survival less stressful and dangerous. From that deduction I can figure that my actions should align with what is best for society, so I don't really get to choose and pick. I can only look at the data and based on what I know, make a decision which I believe is best for society and myself.

  • 2012-06-12T18:08:25

I heard him say that atheists have a moral problem because the atheist doesn't agree with the absolute of right and wrong. or absolute truth generally because that particular athiest chooses or wishes to choose evil , or he would turn,, naturally to truth/ but if there are no clear cut guidelines for good and evil, right and wrong..as the unbelievers say you can make your own truth and set your own guidelines for life. Have you listened to him much Dallas?

  • 2012-06-12T18:08:15

Dallas Hunter Van Winkle is my son and i claim hiim for God. I read to him the bible in my womb. I know Gods word will accomplish what it was set out to do. we have been apart for so very long.but Gods word is true

  • 2012-06-12T17:52:30

we ,,us christian "believers in Christ" are accountable for the message we share about the salvation of souls. We are not accountable for the actual salvation of a soul or the response of the person ,, just delivering the message as clearly and honestly as possible. It is the holy spirits job to convict ones heart of sin. We cannot and do not want to play that role. m,

  • 2012-06-12T14:58:33

Another contention I have with his approach is that he dabbles within intellectual activity and many of his claims are based on reason and logic, and then he throws that all out the window when he says that he was not won to the Christian faith with intellectual activity. Why then, does he bother talking at all? He continues to say that the problem of Atheism is not an intellectual problem, but a moral one but does not expound on how. He says his goal is to "clear all of the bushes as an apologist and that it's the holy spirit that penetrates and brings faith within". Well, it seems to me that "clearing the bushes" is the intellectual act, and it's something he'll have to refine if he wants to be more persuasive.

  • 2012-06-12T14:48:23

He seems to be a well educated Christian. The Christian movement would do much better with more like him. A couple points: - I really like his view on the "emergent church", he's spot on there. - Sam Harris is not a "hatheist". He is an atheist but if you read his books you will find he is not hostile or hateful. Richard Dawkins and the others he mentioned are often very aggressive with their viewpoints, but they feel as though that is the truth and therefore strongly feel that is the correct approach to take. - To equate atheism with post modernism is just plain wrong, many post modernists are probably atheists but neither causes the other. Post modernism is more prevalent amongst the art community. The modern atheist position arrives at the position of not believing a god exists because there is a lack of evidence to suggest so, not because of any post modern philosophy. His view of what an "emergent church" is is more reflective of post modernism than atheism is. - The bible is not clear. There are contradictions and unclear messages within it. See "And he carried me away in the Spirit to a great, high mountain, and showed me the holy city Jerusalem coming down out of heaven from God," Revelation 21:10. Compare to "Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you." in Luke 17:21. - In this following video, Ravi expounds on the "heinousness of what evil is" - how does he re-conciliate this with "I will fear no evil, for you are with me; "? God has told us to fear no evil, and yet Ravi seems to be doing just that. We are exempt from sin because Jesus died on the cross according to Christian philosophy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGy_mGogXxM - Ravi makes the claim that Atheists have no moral compass or don't have any standard for morals. Atheists acquire their beliefs through Science (from Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge") and the evidence within biological science says that species change in very small ways (at the cellular level) and when they successfully breed, the cells that are more adaptive or useful will be passed on, and the ones that are not will die out before the creature cannot successfully breed before dying to pass those genes on. Humans (and birds for another example) are so successful because they are SOCIAL creatures, which means they've evolved to care about eachother, and in particular care about their young. Morality is evolved because helping eachother out makes us successful as a species. This doesn't have to run contrary to belief in God. Here is a link describing the ways that minute changes in DNA can lead to the creation of new species: http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2009/08/05/Minute-DNA-change-could-lead-to-evolution/UPI-26531249509244/ Here is a link showing how small the cellular level is (check this out it is incredible): http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/begin/cells/scale/

  • 2012-06-12T12:42:54

GREAT TEACHER

  • 2011-08-18T13:19:24

Origin meaning morality destiny.

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