Where Do We Go From Here?: A Philosopher’s Thoughts on Eternity
Professor Peter Kreeft discusses a philosopher's thoughts on eternity in a lecture given in September 2003....
Making Sense Out of Suffering
What’s So Bad About Original Sin?
In a lecture given in September 2009, English literature scholar Alan Jacobs introduces us to the world of original sin, which he describes as not only a profound idea but...
The Science and Politics of Stem Cells: Is There a Way Forward?
C.S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia
Eric Metaxas moderates a lively panel discussion with author Thomas Howard, director Norman Stone, actor Antone Rodgers, and author Bel Kaufman following a screening of the film, C.S. LEWIS: BEYOND...
The Role of Faith in Politics
Republican politician and former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee discusses the role of faith in politics in a lecture give in June 2009....
The Rage Against God: How Atheism Led Me to Faith
Can Freedom Last Forever?: The Framers’ Forgotten Question and How We Are Doing Today
Thinker and philosopher Os Guinness explores "the Framers' Forgotten Question and How We Are Doing Today" in a lecture given in May 2010....
The Case for Civility: And Why Our Future Depends on It
Author and social critic Os Guinness discusses the plea he offers up in his book by the same title -- a plea to end the polarization of American politics and culture, which he...
Globalization and Its Human Challenges
Globalization, as defined by author and social critic Os Guinness in this 2006 talk, is the process whereby the speed, scope, and simultaneity of our communications allows us to conduct...
One True God: The Scandal or the Glory of the West?
Author and social critic Os Guinness examines the idea that he argues gave rise to the most distinctive features of the West, in this 2004 New York City lecture and...