Sean McDowell is interviewed by atheist Luke Muehlhauser

Sean McDowell is interviewed by Common Sense Atheism. (H/T Conversant Life)

The MP3 file is here.

Topics:

  • Sean’s testimony (he is the son of Christian apologist Josh McDowell)
  • Sean’s debate with James Corbett on the grounding of morality
  • The role of public debates in Christian evangelism
  • Sean’s new book on the emergent church and the emerging generation
  • Can apologists on both sides really be honest about pursuing truth?
  • Are apologists on both sides good at encountering ideas on the other side?
  • Do doctrines like Heaven and Hell corrupt the honest pursuit of truth?
  • Why doesn’t Josh defend “Evidence that Demands a Verdict” from critics?
  • What should we make of weird moral rules in the Old Testament today?

Sean’s amazing debate:

This is a MUST-LISTEN. You will love this debate or your money back. And you can even watch the debate here.

5 thoughts on “Sean McDowell is interviewed by atheist Luke Muehlhauser”

  1. This was very interesting indeed! A believer against an agnostic.

    James Corbett is right on what he said. But he didn’t respond to Sean McDowell, he just spoke about a completely different thing.

    It is clear to me that we must broaden God’s definition and theological foundation. If we do that we can really unite all people in G-d’s morality. Thus I agree with them both they do not clash in the essence of their points of view, they both seem to believe in a rational and spiritual moral code.

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  2. Man… that James Corbett guy was kicked out at the end of the debate… was he ill prepared? Sean McDowell has is case well studied! He has a great case.

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