The subject matter is whether or not atheism makes people and cultures lose their moral compasses. You and I might think there’s little to talk about if that’s the axis of discussion, but I think you will find this rhetorical contest engaging and ultimately important for your families to witness. It occurred in Charleston a couple of weeks ago during Darwin week, but if you are like me, and were unable to be in Charleston that night, you will want to catch it tonight on GBN. Hosted by Glenn Colley and Don Blackwell, Dr. Brad Harrub and Dr. Jim Miller go round and round, literally, about the relevance of the Divine Authority in moral decision making. I don’t know about you, but I am excited about the revival of debate in our spiritual culture. I believe challenges to the status quo, in our thinking and behavior, makes us re-evaluate and, when we honestly seek for truth through challenges, our faith is renewed. Here are the exciting details. Hope you can catch it tonight.
“Does Teaching An Evolutionary Worldview Lead to Bad Behavior?”
Brad Harrub, Ph.D. (Focus Press) and Jim Miller, Ph.D.
February 20th, 2012 at 8:00 am & 7:00 pm (EST)