Disc 1 - Cultural Relativism and the Emasculation of Truth
The 19th century writer George Macdonald once said, "To give truth to him who loves it not is but to give him plentiful material for misinterpretation." Indeed, Ravi argues that the ideas of rationalism and agnosticism and the institutionof the media have altered our social landscape, such that belief in God's revelation seems wholly implausible for manyindividuals. Without such an understanding, proclamation is pointless.
Disc 2 - Creedal Affirmation in Search of Commitment
"Love thy neighbor as thyself" is widely believed to be a moral imperative which everyone can accept and try to follow without religious faith--as if it were a belief which came naturally to man. But this is a terrible error. All moral imperatives can only be affirmed if they are rooted in the absolute. Here the authority of the scriptures is cogently defended and from such authority precepts for life's originand destiny emerge.