The Tooley/Jack Debate: The Social Implications of Origins
What difference does it make what you believe about Origins? Creation or Evolution – What’s the big deal? Who cares how we got here?
Ideas have consequences. Adopting the model of evolution or the model of creation has implications throughout the rest of culture. In this debate on the social implications of origins, Dr. Michael Tooley, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Colorado, believes the model of evolution provides greater benefits to our society than does the model of creation. Bill Jack, faculty advisor for Worldview Academy, believes the opposite is true.
In a no-holds-barred, formal debate, these committed proponents of two opposing models clearly and articulately present what they see as the ramifications of each others’ belief system. It is a battle between two worldviews.
Included with this DVD are a debate scoring form and study guide designed to challenge your thinking on this volatile, pertinent topic.
This 45-minute live debate is followed by a question-and-answer time during which audience questions are fielded by Tooley and Jack. This timely debate will sharpen the critical thinking skills of adults as well as students in Sunday school, Bible studies and debate courses.
Details for the Tooley/Jack Debate DVD
Run Time: Aprox. 103 minutes
Presenter: BIll Jack