Is There Life After Death? Greer-Heard Forum (MP3 on CD-ROM)
Annual Point-Counter-Point Forum held at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
(Over six hours of audio in MP3 format on a CD-ROM Disc)
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Is There Life after Death?
A Dialogue Between Michael Shermer and Gary Habermas (135 minutes)
A Defense of Hell
Peter Kreeft (50 minutes)
Life after Death: Evaluating the Evidence
Victor Stenger (50 minutes)
Life after Death, Substance Dualism, and Self-Awareness
J. P. Moreland (50 minutes)
It Is Not Reasonable to Believe in the Christian Doctrines of Heaven and Hell
Keith Parsons (50 minutes)
Concluding Comments / Q & A
Michael Shermer and Gary Habermas (45 minutes)
Dr. Gary Habermas is Distinguished Research professor at Liberty University. In the last 12 years he has given over 1500 lectures in about 100 universities, seminaries, and colleges. He holds a PhD in History and Philosophy of Religion from Michigan State University as well as an MA in Philosophical Theology from the University of Detroit. He currently acts as Distinguished Research Professor and Chair in the Department of Philosophy and Theology at Liberty University, where he has taught for the past 26 years. His main areas of research include the philosophical study of miracles, near-death experiences, the historical Jesus, and the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus.
Dr. Michael Shermer (PhD, Claremont Graduate University) is the Founding Publisher of Skeptic magazine, the Executive Director of the Skeptics Society, a monthly columnist for Scientific American, the host of the Skeptics Distinguished Science Lecture Series at Caltech, and Adjunct Professor at Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Shermers latest book is The Mind of the Market, on evolutionary economics. His last book was Why Darwin Matters: Evolution and the Case Against Intelligent Design, and he is the author of Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown, about how the mind works and how thinking goes wrong.
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