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The Conception of Braveheart

Michael Medved and long-time friend Randall Wallace discuss the fortunes of the once robust business of movie entertainment and the current exodus of writers and directors toward television. The ensuing conversation revisits the birth of the idea of Braveheart in Edinburgh Castle, the initial meeting with Mel Gibson, and the importance of having the conviction to be faithful to one’s Read More ›

A Cosmological Argument for God’s Existence, pt. 2

A Cosmological Argument for God’s Existence, pt. 2

In this special series of The John Ankerberg Show, Dr. Stephen Meyer presents a cosmological argument for God’s existence. In part 2, Dr. Meyer discusses evidence from Edwin Hubble, Albert Einstein, and Stephen Hawking that the universe had a definite beginning. Videos posted with permission. Stephen Meyer is the author of The New York Times best selling book Darwin’s Doubt: Read More ›

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The Act of Creation

For Homer the act of creating poetry is a divine gift, one that derives from an otherworldly source and is not ultimately reducible to this world. This conception of human creativity as a divine gift pervaded the ancient world, and was also evident among the Hebrews. In Exodus, for instance, we read that God filled the two artisans Bezaleel and Aholiab with wisdom so that they might complete the work of the tabernacle. Read More ›