Posts Tagged ‘Debate’

Dinesh D’Souza vs. Michael Shermer on God, Religion, Morality 2007

October 29, 2014

Dr. Michael Brown vs. Matthew Vines – Can you be Gay and Christian?

October 21, 2014

“Matthew Vines joins host Julie Roys to debate author and leading evangelical apologist, Dr. Michael Brown. Originally Aired on Moody Radio’s Up For Debate with Julie Roys on Saturday, June 28. upfordebate.org. For more info go to askdrbrown.org.”

James White vs. Douglas Wilson – Are Roman Catholics Members of the New Covenant?

October 18, 2014

Ruggiero vs. Preston – The Second Coming – Full Preterism Debate

October 18, 2014


Preston vs. Jones – New Heavens and New Earth/ Hyperpreterism vs. Dispensationalism

October 18, 2014


Preston vs. Strawbridge – Resurrection of the Dead

October 18, 2014


James White vs. Michael Brown – The Healing Debate

October 18, 2014


“Dr Michael Brown and Dr James White will TONIGHT debate and discuss Healing: Has the gift of healing ceased for today? The debate was moderated by Presenter Tim Vince (Sky Digital 581 and Freesat 692, live stream: http://www.revelationtv.com). Our hope is to be a faithful witness to biblical truths in these challenging times. Please pray that the Lord will be honoured during this important broadcast. Do also encourage others to watch too.”

Bill Shishko vs. James White – Infant Baptism/Credobaptism

October 18, 2014

Who Controls Salvation? – White vs Bryson

October 18, 2014

Libertarian Free Will vs God’s Sovereign Election? A debate between Dr. James White and George Bryson of Calvary Chapel on the subject of Calvinism

The Bondage of the Will Debate – White vs Blakemore

October 18, 2014

Dr. James R. White and Dr. Steve Blakemore debated the nature of the will of man on January 13, 2011.

After the fall of Adam into sin was the will of man so irrevocably damaged that humans can no longer choose to do good, but will choose evil, all the time? Did God enable all people the freedom to choose Him or must God choose them first? Once saved, always saved? The questions are too numerous to list, but the answers all depend on if the will of man is free or in bondage to sin. The ultimate condition of the human will is but one of the issues when dealing with the controversies between the doctrines of Arminianism and Calvinism. This debate has intrigued people longer than the namesakes of the debate, John Calvin and Josephus Arminius, have been around.