The Dr. Norman Geisler Apologetics Debate Library - Vol. 1

taught by Dr. Norman Geisler

Course description

Dr. Norman Geisler, one of the most scholarly apologetics lectures of our time and a masterful debater. This first volume contains over 12-hours of Dr. Geisler’s most requested debates. 

Does God Exist? | Should Creation Be Taught in Schools (as science)? | Should Creation Be Taught in Schools (as science)? Rebuttal | Is the Bible Inerrant? | Why Bad Things Happen to Good People? | Should Creation Science be Given Balanced Treatment with Evolution in the Classroom? | Christianity vs Humanism | Are Miracles Possible? | Sexual Morality: Relative or Absolute? | Christianity vs Utilitarianism

Recorded in the early 1970’s through the mid-1980’s, these topics are as relevant today as they were when they were recorded. The debates provide an opportunity to learn more about Christianity, its tenets, and provide answers to some of today’s pressing questions.

Dr. Norman Geisler
Dr. Norman Geisler
Co-Founder of NGIM

Dr. Norman Geisler, PhD, is a prolific author, veteran professor, speaker, lecturer, traveler, philosopher, apologist, evangelist, and theologian. To those who ask, “Who is Norm Geisler?” some have suggested, “Imagine a cross between Thomas Aquinas and Billy Graham and you’re not too far off.”

Norm has authored or co-authored over 100 books and hundreds of articles. He has taught theology, philosophy, and apologetics on the college or graduate level for over 50 years. He has served as a professor at some of the finest Seminaries in the United States, including Trinity Evangelical Seminary, and Dallas Theological Seminary. He now lends his talents to Veritas Evangelical Seminary and to Southern Evangelical Seminary.

Course Curriculum

Does God Exist?
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Is the Bible Inerrant?
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Why Bad Things Happen to Good People?
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Should Creation Science be Given Balanced Treatment with Evolution in the Classroom?
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Christianity vs Humanism
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Are Miracles Possible?
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Sexual Morality: Relative of Absolute?
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Christianity vs Utilitarianism
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