Displaying Christian Sermons by tag: frank turek
How can we know when an event is a miracle? - Frank Turek. Do miracles need a miracle worker? How do we distinguish a miracle from other unusual events? How are miracles different from anomalies? These are all very important questions that Frank addresses here in less than 5 minutes.
Watch Frank Turek - How to handle people who disagree with you. How does Frank always manage to stay so calm and patient, especially when those who disagree with him start to get hostile or argumentative during Q&A sessions? In this video, he shares his secret for always staying calm under pressure and the one thing we should always keep in mind when sharing our faith with others. Check it out!
Watch Frank Turek - How does Intelligent design explain deadly bacteria? If we have all this wonderful evidence of design in life (think DNA and butterflies), then what about the stuff that’s not so “nice” (think bacteria and viruses) that also looks designed but is harmful to humans? Dr. Stephen A. Meyer directs Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture in Seattle. In this video, he talks about those aspects of nature (natural evil) that call into question God’s goodness and answers the dilemma – How can we reconcile these BAD designs with a GOOD God? Be sure to check it out, and then watch the rest of this fascinating episode of the HOPE One Live Show!
Dr. Frank Turek & Dr. Chip Bennett - Watch Sermon: Ask Me Anything. Dr. Chip Bennett and Dr. Frank Turek will be taking your questions in an "Ask Me Anything".
Watch Frank Turek - Can you have a zeal for God and still not be saved? In Romans 10:2, Paul recognizes that Israel has a zeal for God, but it is zeal not according to knowledge. Ironically, this is a perfect description of Paul himself before his conversion. Saul of Tarsus was a notorious persecutor of Christians before Jesus confronted him on the road to Damascus (Acts 9:1-20). What can we learn from Paul and is God immoral for not saving people who have the wrong theological beliefs? Great questions! Frank gives his answer in this short video!
Watch Frank Turek - Does knowledge lead to arrogance? Does engaging in apologetics mean that we’re attempting to replace the work of the Holy Spirit with the reasoning of humans? In 1 Corinthians 1:18, Paul writes to the Corinthian church, “For the word of the cross is folly to those who are perishing” and some interpret that to mean that apologetics is not biblical. In other words, isn’t apologetics just an attempt to make the cross not foolish? Or maybe too much apologetic knowledge will make us boastful or “puffed up”? In this video, Eric Hernandez and Greg Koukl share their thoughts on the letter Paul wrote to the Christians in Corinth to give us more understanding and context. Check it out!
Watch Frank Turek - Who is the hero of all heroes? If you were making up your own superhero, what kind of qualities would your main character have? Intelligence? Humility? Courage? You could take Iron Man’s genius, Superman’s power, and Luke Skywalker’s discipline, mix them all together and you wouldn’t even come close to our ultimate hero–Jesus Christ. Is it possible that someone like Him could even be imagined or invented?
Watch Frank Turek - Do poor natural explanations justify Intelligent Design? When making the case for intelligent design some may be tempted to use the “God of the gaps” argument. However, in this video, Dr. Stephen Meyer of the Discovery Institute explains that the appearance of information and irreducibly complex systems are POSITIVE evidence for intelligent design. Watch the clip and then check out the full episode of the HOPE One Live Show with guests Dr. Stephen Meyer and Dr. Scott A. Minnich for even more information on irreducibly complex systems and intelligent design!
Frank Turek - Watch Message: The right question between God and morality. Everyone knows basic right and wrong whether they believe in God or have the Bible or not. In fact, that’s exactly what the Bible teaches (see Romans 2:14-15). But there is a big source of confusion that always seems to pop up when Christians and atheists discuss morality. What is it? In this video, Frank and Greg Koukl explain the most common mistake made by those who think objective morality can exist without God. Grab a pencil because you might want to take some notes!