At an open forum held on the campus of Georgia Tech, authors Ravi Zacharias and Os Guinness speak on the challenges of human freedom. 'Living with our deep differences, when those differences involve our ultimate beliefs (religious or secular), is one of the world's great questions,' Os says.
We continually push the envelope and redefine society to match our cravings to be free, but is it good for a person to have freedom to do whatever he or she wants? How does God fit into this picture?
Question and Answer Session:
What should Christians be doing practically in order to make a difference in society?How do you explain truth to younger generations?As our culture feels the tension between desire for freedom and desire for security, how can we best articulate the need for freedom of conscience?Should every faith have freedom of religion in government? How do opposing worldviews coexist?Is freedom innate in human nature? If so, is it possible outside the realm of metaphysics in the image of God complex.