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The Berkeley Lectures
Join Greg Koukl as he engages students on the campus of UC Berkeley on two explosive issues: "Can one morality be correct?" (moral relativism), and "Can one religion be correct?" (religious pluralism).
Speaking to an overflow audience both nights, Greg first presents a searing critique of moral relativism and the postmodern concept of "tolerance," ending on the topic of guilt and forgiveness. In the second lecture, Greg argues forcefully that all religions can not be equally valid, and that, for good reasons, Jesus alone solves the problem facing every person: true moral guilt.
Each lecture is followed by a dynamic Q & A session as Greg fields a range of challenges from Berkeley students. Learn from his example under fire as Greg takes on the opposition using the tools of an effective ambassador--an accurately informed mind, an artful method, and an attractive manner.
Truth and the Real World
Answering the Problem of Evil
Faith or Works?: Paul vs. James
Ambassador Basic Curriculum: Course Three
No Pixie Dust: Truths of Spiritual Growth
You Bet Your Life: A Simple Case against Atheism
Truth Is Not Ice Cream, Faith Is Not Wishing
God, Time, & Eternity