Last week I had the great honor of presenting the W. H. Griffith Thomas Lectures in Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary. I greatly enjoyed my time on that historic campus and the opportunity to visit with Dr. Mark Bailey, the seminary's president, as well as many professors and students.
My lecture series was entitled "Atheism Remix: The New Atheism as a Challenge to Christian Theology."
You can watch these great lectures here.
-Are intelligent skeptics helpful or hurtful to Christians? (I find them helpful)
-Do you find that when presented with an alternate view of reality, you seek to find out your world view's stance on the matter?
-What do you think of Albert Mohler's lectures?
-Should we even be investing ample amounts of time to share with hostile skeptics the truth of the gospel with educated reasoning when so many others are "easier" to share with?