Confident Christianity Conference 2015: Unchanging truth in an ever-changing culture – DVD Set
Why I am a Christian – Why our faith must be grounded in reality
Brett Kunkle (61 mins)
How can we know Christianity is true? Brett sets out a cumulative case approach that takes into account the wealth of evidence for the Christian worldview.
How Should We Think? – Challenging the illusions of our time
Steve Kumar (45 mins)
Steve critiques some of the popular worldviews of our culture by asking three key questions: Is it logical, is it factual and is it liveable. He demonstrates how these worldviews are inadequate and insufficient to explain the world around us.
True For You But Not Me – How moral relativism undermines Christianity
Brett Kunkle (65 mins)
So many are drowning in a sea of relativism and “Whatever” has become the mantra for our moral choices. Brett examines moral relativism and its flaws and equips you with an understanding of how we come to know and defend moral truth.
None So Blind As Those That Will Not See – Why even the most reasonable ideas still fail to change closed minds
David Riddell (40 mins)
David discusses the psychological forces that determine how people respond to rational arguments and show how even highly rational scientists are not immune to deeply-held biases. As Blaise Pascal observed, “the heart has reasons that reason knows nothing of”.