November 30, 2006 5:46pm CST
Why does the existence of a moral law mean there must be a moral law giver? Is every word in the Bible true? How do we know Jesus would approve of all the Gospels since they were written after his life on earth? Is there really freedom to disbelieve in Christianity? Now for a second night, the students at Columbia University pack the hall and engage Ravi with more questions. Watch and hear the answers to these captivating questions in this final DVD in the Q&A series.visit
2 responses
• Philippines
19 Aug 08
Yes the bible is true except Mark 16:18, which is a big lie. The Holy spirit guides the apostles on writing the bible. The last written is the book of apocalypse.
@missybal (4492)
• United States
1 Dec 06
I don't know what you mean about a moral law giver. A lot of the Bible is symbolisim. Don't get me wrong I am a Christian but man wrote the bible. Yes with gods' inspiration. Yes you have the freedom to not believe in Christianity but I believe that the most important part of religion is to teachings of morals. You don't have to be a Christian to have morals. Many religions have similar expectations. Not to lie, or steal, or kill. All very important. And the teachings to respect one another. And I believe in having respect for others and their religion.