"Virtual possessions play an increasingly important role in our daily lives. How we think about them and deal with them is changing the way we think and interact with others."
How to Reach Your Muslim Neighbor -- Alan Shlemon
No Other Name: Being Faithful to the Only Message That Saves -- Gregory Koukl
Jesus: Fact or Fiction? -- Gregory Koukl
Who's Waiting for Our Kids? -- Brett Kunkle
Doubting Your Doubts -- Brett Kunkle
Making Sense of Bioethics -- Alan Shlemon
Lecture Q&A (Panel Discussion) -- All Speakers
Social media—from Facebook to Twitter—have made us more densely networked than ever. Yet for all this connectivity, new research suggests that we have never been lonelier (or more narcissistic)—and that this loneliness is making us mentally and physically ill. A report on what the epidemic of loneliness is doing to our souls and our society.
"TEs want to influence the church to adopt the view. Some think the church is out of step scientifically and it would enhance our effectiveness with unbelievers if we adopt what science has purportedly proven. There serious scientific reasons to question that. And there are serious theological reasons to question the compatibility of theism and evolution. If they wish to make their case, they first need to be very clear about the terms before expecting anyone to consider their view."
"Christians endure what Josephus referred to as ‘that most wretched of deaths’ on Good Friday because of the sure and certain hope of the Resurrection: it sustains us through the despair. But this life does not promise the joy and ecstasy of Easter: that is for another place. All that we can expect on earth is to be persecuted for the sake of righteousness: the world will hate us, but it hated Him first. We may be cast aside as weirdos, extremists, phobes and bigots. But they despised and rejected Him first."