Debate on the Catholic Church (Pottsville, PA)
In 1996, Paul Rothermel (Catholic priest), Edward Connolly (Catholic), and Benjamin Luther (Catholic) engaged in a 3-night debate with Darrell Conley (Church of Christ), H.A. Buster Dobbs (Church of Christ), and Jerry Moffitt (Church of Christ) on recognizing the Bible as the Church's only authority.
Homosexuality & Christianity | Beals-Saffold-Mayes Debate
This public debate was conducted April 8-9, 1994, on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. George Beals, a minister in the Church of Christ, affirmed that all homosexual acts are sinful. Thom Saffold and Fran Mayes, both American Baptist Church pastors, upheld homosexuality as moral.
Public Discussion on Water Baptism
Have you ever wondered why there is so much religious division? How does one determine what is right concerning salvation? Does it really matter? Listen to Jack Honeycutt and Michael Brawner as they discuss the essentiality of water baptism for receiving salvation. It is not about ego or promoting self. It is about the eternal truth!
Public Discussion: Eternal Security of the Believer
Can a Christian lose his eternal salvation if he chooses to depart from the living God? Can a Christian fall from grace? What causes one to fall from grace? How do we know if we have fallen from grace? What does the Bible teach? On May 26-27, 2016, Michael Brawner, a Missionary Baptist Preacher, met for a public discussion of the eternal security of the believer ("once saved always saved") with B.J. Clarke, a member of the church of Christ. Michael Brawner affirmed "the Scriptures teach that those who have been born again cannot so far depart from the will of God as to be finally lost in Hell." B.J. Clarke affirmed "the Scriptures teach that one saved by the blood of Christ can thereafter fall from grace by departing from the living God, and thus be lost eternally."
Warren-Flew Debate on the Existence of God
This is the premier debate of the twentieth century on the existence of God. It was conducted at North Texas State University on September 20-23, 1976. Dr. Thomas B. Warren (then Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Apologetics) affirmed God's existence. Dr. Antony G. N. Flew (then Professor of Philosophy at Reading University, England) denied God's existence.
Category: Sermons/Debates Series