The following video is a brief debate – “discussion” – on the subject of the connection between the impact of an evolutionary worldview upon behavior. There are two speeches (30 mins. each), followed by discussion and dialogue between Dr. Harrub and Dr. Miller, then a Q&A session with the audience. Following the discussion, there are a series of interviews.
In review, there are moments when the discussion goes off topic, but only to the extent as they reveal the suppositions of both Harrub and Miller. Despite the differences, the individuals were goodhearted over points of disagreement. Despite the gentlemen spirit shared by them, the differences were wide – particularly on the issue of biblical authority and understanding.
Consider the discussion below. Consider the correlation and the connection of the causation of an evolutionary worldview and bad behavior.
Proposition: Does teaching an Evolutionary Worldview lead to Bad Behavior?
Affirm: Dr. Brad Harrub
Deny: Dr. Jim Miller
Brad Harrub holds an earned B.S. degree in biology from Kentucky Wesleyan College, and an earned doctorate degree in anatomy and neurobiology from the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee in Memphis.
Jim Miller holds a Ph.D. in theology from Marquette University.
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Related Reading Material
- Bert Thompson, 1999, “Morals, Ethics, and World Views”, ApologeticsPress.org.
- Dave Miller, 2005, “Morality Without Religion?”, ApologeticsPress.org.
- Garry K. Brantley, 1995, “Morality Without God: A House Built on Sand”, ApologeticsPress.org.
- Wayne Jackson, 1998-2012, “The Connection between Religion and Morality”, ChristianCourier.com.
- Wayne Jackson, 1998-2012, “An Atheist’s Daughter”, ChristianCourier.com.
- Wayne Jackson, 1998-2012, “Religion and Morality: The Connection”, ChristianCourier.com.