Frank Turek

Frank Turek

Frank Turek is an American Christian author, public speaker and radio host. He is the author of two books (Correct, Not Politically Correct and Stealing from God) and co-author of two more with Norman Geisler (I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist and Legislating Morality). He hosts a call-in talk show called CrossExamined on American Family Radio. His television show, I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist, airs on the NRB Network.

Is there truth to the prosperity gospel? - Frank Turek. Should Christians be rich like Abraham? The “Prosperity Gospel” promises wealth to those who put their faith in Jesus. But is wealth a guarantee for all believers? In this video, Frank highlights the importance of distinguishing between the Old and New covenants and how we should interpret New Testament passages regarding prosperity.


Watch Cross Examined - Who are the elect in Romans 9? There are two kinds of election in the Bible. Election to salvation and election of the nation of Israel. So, who are the elect in Romans 9?

Watch Frank Turek - Did God take away Pharaoh's free will by hardening his heart? Who's responsible for the hardening of Pharaoh's heart? God or Pharaoh? With help from the book of Romans, Frank answers this question and explains why God seemingly interfered with Pharaoh's free will.

Watch Cross Examined - Do Christians sometimes struggle with hope?  This video includes content that may be sensitive to those with suicidal ideation. If you are struggling, please know that you are a precious child of God, and help is available by calling 988 and/or seeking the advice of a biblical counselor.] During a recent Q&A session, a young gentleman asks Franks if it’s ever OK for a Christian to hope for death. We pray that Frank’s response will comfort others struggling with the same question. Feel free to share it with a friend if it resonates with you.

Are you overcomplicating God's will for your life? - Frank Turek, Cross Examined. As Christians, we sometimes worry and fret about whether or not we are doing the right thing by God's will for our life. What if we make the wrong choices? But it’s really not that complicated. Why? Watch this video and then share it with a friend who might be struggling with a tough decision in life!

What do people mean by "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence"? - Frank Turek, Cross Examined. When people talk about the resurrection and say, “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence,” what are they really trying to say and what’s the best way to respond? New Testament scholar Gary Habermas spells it all out for us (as only he can!) on a recent episode of the HOPE One show.

Watch Frank Turek - What is the difference between an eyewitness and an extremist? If we say martyrdom proves Christianity is true, couldn’t we say the same thing for Islam? What’s the difference? See Frank’s explanation in this short clip from our online course, 'Jesus vs. The Culture.'

Are we justified by faith and sanctified by works? - Frank Turek, Cross Examined.  We can’t lose our salvation, but Paul tells us in Philippians 2:12 to “work out your salvation with fear and trembling.” What’s up with that? If you’ve ever been confused by that passage, this video will help!


Calvinism, Romans 9, and does God love everybody? - Frank Turek, Cross Examined. For some, Romans 9:13 is a tough pill to swallow: “Jacob I loved, but Esau I hated.” What does it mean? Does God really love some people and hate others? See Frank’s response during a recent interview with Leighton Flowers

Does "once saved always saved" mean you lose your free will? - Frank Turek. When people come to know Christ as their Savior, they are brought into a relationship with God that guarantees their eternal security. But when that happens, what happens to our free will? In this video, Frank makes an interesting comparison between marriage and our relationship with Christ to answer this question. Check it out!

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