Guest Host: J. Warner Wallace
J. Warner Wallace talks about justice and law requiring objective morality then answers questions about penal substitutionary atonement in today’s courts, prophecies in other religions, classical vs. presuppositional apologetics, and predestination.
- Commentary: Justice, law, and morality (00:00)
- Would penal substitutionary atonement work in a court of law today? (22:00)
- Why do prophecies come to pass in other religions if they aren’t true? (29:00)
- Which school of apologetics is the most effective—classical or presuppositional? (35:00)
- Is the parable of the sower an argument for predestination? (45:00)