Why it Might be OK to Eat Your Neighbor


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Ideas and beliefs have consequences. What you believe about reality and the world around you influence and inform your actions. If your ultimate reality is that people are nothing more than the result of time and random chance processes, then one belief cannot be any more valid than any other. How could something like cannibalism be denied? And on what grounds?

In this audio presentation, Gary DeMar pushes hard on the atheistic/naturalistic view of the world. He shows that without an authoritative source of right and wrong (i.e., the God of the Bible), no behavior can be deemed wrong, no matter how revolting to our sensibilities. 

MP3 audio, 50 mins


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