Why Evil in the World and Resisting the Green Dragon
Saturday, July 23, 2011

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Dr. Norm Geisler joins Jan to discuss his new book, If God, Why Evil? In an effort to answer this question, Norm Geisler provides the clearest, most comprehensive and penetrating presentation on one of the most difficult problems that thinking Christians face. Where did evil come from? And why doesn't God do something about it? Can't He just put an end to murder, rape, and starvation? What about earthquakes, hurricanes, and tsunamis? Why couldn't a perfect God have made a perfect world? Jan and Dr. Geisler also review the issue of Hell and briefly address Rob Bell's new book on this subject. Go here to find Geisler's book on our site. www.normgeisler.com

The second half of this broadcast is with Dr. Calvin Beisner who heads the Cornwall Alliance, and has a campaign, Resisting the Green Dragon. This effort calls Christians to take a look at the environmental movement including those headed by evangelicals. Environmentalism is encouraging a new religion, is targeting our youth, and has a global vision. Why are Christians going along with a one-world system by signing on to the false claims of the greens? One Christian outfit says that a "true evangelical proselytizes the planet." Since redistributing the wealth is behind almost all environmental efforts, why are Christians selling out? Having said this, please be good stewards of God's creation. Learn more at: www.resistingthegreendragon.com or www.cornwallalliance.org

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