Come Reason Audio CDs
Come Reason's audio classroom recordings cover a vast array of issues and topics for defending the faith. Add to that recordings from our Dare to Defend conferences that feature some of the best regarded apologetics experts in America and you will find almost anything you need to build your faith, answer your questions, and aid in sharing the hope of Christ with others.
How to Defend your Faith$7.00
Defending your faith can be a challenging proposition in today's society. There are so many facts and figures out there, they becomes difficult to answer without a seminary degree. In this session, you'll learn some basic tools to help you rationally and effectively witness to friends and family, offering some questions for the critics, and showing you how to avoid those "smokescreen questions" that hold no merit.
Does Science Make Faith Obsolete?$7.00
Science is understood in today's world to be the only reliable source of truth. If there's a conflict between science and faith, most will assume that our beliefs are in error. Are science and faith contradictory? Do modern scientific discoveries prove Christian beliefs are outdated? In this class, Lenny examines how science needs the Christian worldview to work.
Talking Faith without Fighting: How to be a Winsome Witness$7.00
Sharing your faith can be difficult— passionate discussions can sometimes lead to angry words or hurt feelings. But, is this the way we should share the Gospel? In this class we look at some specific tactics in sharing our faith so that you can present the truth in a loving, winsome way.
Separating Science from Scientism$7.00
Atheist Richard Dawkins claims that "scientists get to work and solve problems" while those of faith offer nothing to help advance humanity. Hawking says the universe doesn't need God, it can make itself. What these famous authors have in common is a belief in scientism, not just science. Learn the difference here.
Five Questions to Ask Skeptics$7.00
Usually, Christians feel that they are on the hot seat - having to defend their faith and prove that Jesus is true. But skeptics shouldn't get a free pass - they must also account for their view of the world and how it works. Here, Lenny gives you five questions to ask non-believers that show why Christianity offers the best answers in understanding reality.
Answering Atheist Arguments Against God$7.00
Atheism has been taking center stage lately. Both the New Atheists and a cohort of Internet skeptics continue to raise objections that have caught the public's fancy. Are they right? How should we answer? In this session, where Lenny trains you to see the poverty of atheist arguments.
Would the World be Better without Religion?$7.00
Skeptics such as Richard Dawkins often claim that the biggest evils in the world are perpetrated because of religious beliefs. Does religion cause more wars, more hatred and prejudice than other views? What would a world free of religion look like? Listen in as Lenny shows why such objections have no grounding in reality.
What's the Conflict Between Faith and Reason?$7.00
We constantly hear that faith and reason are opposites; if you have faith in something, you’ve left reason behind. Do Christians follow a "blind" faith? Is reason the enemy of faith? In this class, Lenny shows why Christianity is an inherently reasonable faith.
The Reasonableness of Believing in Miracles$7.00
In early Christianity, miracles played a significant part of the Christian witness. Do miracles happen? And if they do, should we, as skeptic David Hume argued, reject any miracle claims because they are impossible to be proved? In this session, Lenny will look at why holding to miracle accounts can be considered completely rational and how miracles can help you share with others.
Tactics in Defending Your Faith$7.00
1 Peter 3:15 commands us to "give a defense to everyone who asks". But sometimes it's not as easy as it sounds. Here, Lenny provides ways you can better defend your faith to family and friends.
What About the Separation of Church and State?$7.00
Everyone has heard much talk about the role of religion in politics. But, shouldn't our beliefs influence our political views? Learn how to make a thoughtful defense of voting your conscience in this lesson.
Archaeology and the Bible$7.00
The Bible is unique among sacred texts in that it is set against a historical backdrop. Do recent archaeological discoveries validate or discredit the Biblical accounts? Join us as we explore this relationship.