Chris Stefanick es un reconocido autor y conferencista internacional, dedicado a inspirar a las personas a vivir una fe viva y contagiosa. En esta charla, aborda el tema del Relativismo con honestidad, validez lógica y con el humor que lo caracteriza. Ofreciéndonos con esto una perspectiva del estatus de la moralidad actual. Definitivamente es un tema importante y polémico, incluso el Papa Benedicto XVI ha afirmado que es el problema más grave y la dictadura más peligrosa que vivimos en la actualidad.
Chris Stefanick is a renowned international author and lecturer, dedicated to inspiring people to live a lively and contagious faith. In this talk, he addresses the issue of Relativism with honesty, logical validity and with the humor that characterizes it. He offers us a true perspective of the status of current morality. It is definitely an important and controversial issue, as even Pope Benedict XVI has affirmed that it is the most serious of problems and the most dangerous dictatorship that we live in today. This talk is also available in English.
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muchos se han torcido en el camino. Aclarándonos estas dos principales preguntas: ¿Cuál fue la causa de esta confusión? y ¿Cómo distinguir entre los deseos nobles y los deseos torcidos?
English Translation: The Disorientation of Desire
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English Translation: Your Divine Gift: Feminine Genius
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Marcela currently leads a ministry with young women spreading this message and helping them to live more fully the love of God.
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This talk was recorded by FOCUS, at SEEK 2013. focus.org
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