TD in front of UCLA’s beautiful new Luskin Conference Center
We had a wonderful time at UCLA two weekends ago with Ligonier Ministries, as we got to watch Al Mohler answer tough questions from a live public audience during Ligonier’s Ask Anything Tour on Friday night; and then we were taught by Mohler, Burk Parsons, and Stephen Nichols during Ligonier’s Truth and Consequences training on Saturday. It was a faith building weekend that challenged us to work on our skill set in representing Christ better in the public square.
Here is the video of Friday night’s Ask Anything Tour, with a Table of Contents of questions below, so you can go to the question you’d like to hear:
2018 Ask Anything with Al Mohler @ UCLA – 3/2/18
27:30 Were there any big intellectual barriers to you coming to Christ?
The traditional answer to why evil exists is that God wants to demonstrate His character against the backdrop of evil. Did God have to send billions of people to hell to demonstrate His goodness to a few?
What is the biblical worldview on transgender-ism and gender identity ?
Does theistic evolution contradict the Bible?
How should Christians approach government? Are we to be passive, if submissive?
Why is Christianity right and the rest of the 2,999 wrong?
Do you agree with the apostle Paul when he describes same-sex attraction as, “degrading passions, un-natural affections, abominable, perversed, indecent and depraved”?
Should I take medication for depression, should I see a physician for it, and what should I advise my friends who struggle with this? How can I approach this biblically?
Given that the Bible holds that human life begins at conception, what are the ethics of conducting research with established human embryonic stem cell lines? These are many generations removed from initial destruction, and who bears culpability in such research?
How do you read so much and retain information effectively?
When would you recommend someone for seminary, and when is one ready for seminary?
How do you explain Christian denominations? Should there be and is there a correct one? Starting at
, Mohler goes into short(ish) answers for time.
How can God be loving and send people to hell? Different than the first, if the system is inherently wrong, can we believe in God?
My wife and I are seeing many of our friends foregoing marriage, and children. Is this biblically wrong and do you think there will be consequences?
How can you assert the divinity of the Bible given the history that precedes the publication of it?
What’s a biblical response to systemic racism, especially in light of scripture being used to validate American slavery?
In light of recent events, while embracing the sovereignty of God and the free will of humanity, what good do the “thoughts and prayers” of Christians amidst chaos and violence offer?