I Don't Have Enough FAITH to Be an ATHEIST
Frank interviews the Great Ravi Zacharias who has been bringing grace and truth all over the world for nearly fifty years. Ravi’s new devotional book is called The Logic of God, and the two apologists discuss many of its insights into this fascinatin...
Frank reflects on the life of the late great Ravi Zacharias, with Abdu Murray, the Senior VP of RZIM, and author of the new book with Ravi titled Seeing Jesus From the East. You can reflect on Ravi’s life as well by leaving your tributes at RZIM.
J. Warner Wallace guest hosts for Dr. Frank Turek and describes several principles to help evaluate COVID-19 Conspiracy theories based on his casework as a cold-case detective. Subscribe on iTunes: http://bit.ly/CrossExamined_Podcast Rate and review!
Jesus of Nazareth is not only the most influential human being in history but God incarnate. Do you know how to talk with your kids about Him? You will after you hear this podcast because author and apologist Natasha Crain is Frank’s guest.
The culture says, “To love me you must approve of what I do.” Is that true? Does love require approval? Many so-called Christians are claiming the answer is yes— that we must approve of what people want to do in order to love them.
How can philosophy be more certain than science? How can morality be more certain than science? That goes against the common wisdom. Join Frank as he uses COVID 19, as an illustration, to show we know philosophy and morality at least as well if not ...
Why should Christians be interested in politics? What political principles should they advocate? Is anyone teaching the principles of political freedom, free markets and limited government on high school and college campuses?
Who was the most influential person in history? It was a person who never led an army, never held office, never wrote a book, never traveled more than 200 miles from where he was born. Yet today, he’s the center of humanity. How so?
Frank gets an update on coronavirus from Dr. Daniel Eichenberger, MD. What is he seeing in the hospitals? How are his patients doing? Why are the predictions so wildly different from model to model? (Because there are so many assumptions for which we d...
Many are asking the questions, “If there is a good God, why does he allow viruses? Why doesn’t he stop evil?” In fact, some are claiming that evil proves that God doesn’t exist. But Frank lays out the case that evil is a powerful argument FOR God.