New for 2012! Over 400 slides with stunning graphics and backgrounds, brings the material to a new level! Used by Frank and now available for you for presenting "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist". Originally presented in 12 / 25-40 minute sessions that coordinate with the book of the same title.
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Posted by Tony Ajhar on 20th Aug 2016
I have met and spoken with Frank. He is a true reflection of Jesus Christ. He truly uses the Lords ministry to help empower others in their walk with Jesus. I have talked with Jorge Calderon(JGil)and He is fired up in the Holy Spirit as well,A great brother,and a similar testimony. Praise Jesus!! Both them and their team are true brothers and sisters in Christ. I recommend their ministries,videos,site, and products as much as I can,and to all who would like to grow in their walk with Christ.
Posted by David W Haggerty on 18th Aug 2015
Thank you to Frank, and everyone who put all this great Cross Examined material together. I may not be able to ever make it back for the school, but I am equipped to teach others through these fantastic books, CD's, and DVR's.
Posted by Stephanie Eichenberger on 12th May 2014
With a culture that is increasingly visual and sensate, these slides help reveal the battle between an anti-supernatural bias and a supernatural bias. They support the claim that it is rational to be a Theist. That God exists and we can know Him. The presentation best prepares the audience to make an informed choice on which bias is best supported by reason and evidence. There either is a supernatural realm, or there isn't. Help others choose their bias wisely.
Posted by RJ Nicolosi on 4th Oct 2013
The powerpoint slides are perfect. They are exactly what is shown in the video. The only slight tweak I would suggest to get me to 5 stars are notes in the comment section so that I have a written record of the high points of the video and book.
Posted by Pat Calhoun on 9th Sep 2013
I've used PowerPoint presentations from several college textbook publishers but haven't found any as well done as this set.