Everyone views life through a filter. For example, an optimist sees opportunity where a pessimist sees failure. What’s the difference? It’s the filter. The Bible calls that our philosophy, and it controls the outcome of our lives.
The Bible says much about the social issues of our day and therefore obligates ministers of the Word to address them. In this series, Andrew speaks on three of the most controversial.
This DVD album was recorded from the Gospel Truth television broadcast. Each DVD contains one week of programming. Please note that while they do cover the same material as a CD album, they are not exactly the same.
The Way We Think
The battleground of faith is right between our ears. Winning or losing is always determined by the way we think, not just individual thoughts. That’s our philosophy.
The Bible Is God’s Word/Jesus Is Savior And Lord
Is the Bible the inspired Word of God or not? Until you’ve answered that question, it’s difficult to change the way you think. One of the most basic Christian philosophies is “There’s only one God, and you are not Him.” You must turn the control of your life over to the Lord, once and for all.
Jesus Is Savior And Lord/God Is A Good God
If you think God controls everything, you are going to have a philosophy, or outlook on life, that will make you bitter, passive, and keep you from God’s best.
Creation vs Evolution
Is our earth 6,000 years old, or is it billions of years old? Is the theory of evolution true, partly true, or completely wrong? What you believe about this is a major factor in your philosophy.
Homosexuality is being presented as normal in every way. That just isn’t so. Besides the obvious fact that this relationship isn’t between a man and a woman, statistics will cause an objective person to realize this is a very destructive lifestyle.
The Bible says a lot about a child in the womb, and science is finally catching up. Andrew shares biblical and scientific evidence proving that life begins at conception and that a child isn’t just a part of the woman’s body but a separate individual.