Is it true that there is no objective moral truth?
Let’s define clearly the boundaries of what objective moral truth is. The claim is that our universe contains moral values good and evil, right and wrong actions that exist independently from the opinions of any one person or culture. To find out more about this subject check out this video.
How many of you have heard the statement all religions lead to the same place? There are 7 billion of us on the planet and most of us believe in some kind of Higher power. So, do all religions lead to the same place? In this video, William A. Horton will examine this question.
So, there is a common argument that all things need a cause and since all things need a cause then God must also need a cause. The conclusion is that if God needed a cause, then God is not God. Let us take a closer look at who created God.
How do you define ‘miracles’? A miracle is commonly described as an event ‘that is not explicable by natural or scientific laws.’ Given that definition, most scientists already believe in at least one miracle. To find out more check out this video.
If God exists, why is most of the universe hostile to life? If you look at the universe it appears from what we can see that life as we know it could not exists. Earth is just a pale blue dot in a huge hostile universe. When we look at a satellite picture of the earth from the outermost reaches of space the earth looks like a tiny blue dot in the middle of an amazingly beautiful picture of chaos. If you look at the universe as pretty as it looks in pictures it is hostile to life, but does that make the case against God? In this video, you will find out why the earth actually makes a case for God.
Apologetics 101: Did God Create the Universe? How do you answer that question to a non-believer without using the Bible? Based on the apparent fine-tuning of the Universe the evidence points to a designer. This designer would have the characteristics of being: spaceless, timeless, immaterial, self-existent, infinite, intelligent, personal and purposeful. This is the same way that the Bible describes God. These are the attributes of the God of the Bible, discovered without referencing the Bible.
Rev. William A. Horton
Doctorate Student at Liberty University