Faith and Science: Is There Meaning in Evil and Suffering? DVD
- Cast: Ravi Zacharias, Jitendra Mohanty, Bernard Leikind, William Lane Craig
- Run Time: 150 minutes
- Region Code: A
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From the "Faith and Science" series, "Is There a Meaning in Evil and Suffering" is a wonderful presentation given by lecturer Ravi Zacharias. He is joined in his presentation by a forum of experts from many beliefs as they debate the difficult questions that are on the hearts of so many people today.
Faith and Science: Is There Meaning in Evil and Suffering?
The Faith & Science Lecture Forum hosted an engagement to discuss the question, "Is There Meaning in Evil and Suffering?" Ravi Zacharias was the featured lecturer and he presented a 45-minute address offering the Christian perspective to this concern. His message was followed by rebuttals from three panelists: Dr. Bernard Leikind, a plasma physicist and senior editor of Skeptic magazine; Dr. Jitendra Mohanty, one of India's most distinguished Hindu philosophers and professor at Emory University; and William Lane Craig, a well-known Christian philosopher and apologist.
Each of the forum's participants then posed questions to one another, and the interaction was a lively exchange of ideas and worldviews. The dialogue was direct and challenging, yet handled with respect, cordiality (and sometimes humor!).
The panelists also responded to several questions from the audience-attendees in the auditorium as well as listeners at universities and through the internet. At the close of the evening, Dr. Zacharias tied everything together with a five-minute presentation of the gospel, the Cross and God's love and forgiveness.
In addition to the 1800 attendees to the forum, a satellite link to 100 colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada allowed approximately 30,000 students to view it along with thousands around the world via a live link over the internet.
Starring: Ravi Zacharias International Ministries
- Release: 1999
- Run Time: 164 Minutes
- Rated: Not Rated
- Format: Full Screen
- Languages: English
- DVD: All Regions