Bill Jack is an educator with ten years experience in public schools and 14 years with The Caleb Campaign, a creationist youth ministry. Bill has appeared on numerous national radio and television programs and is the producer of several apologetic and worldview training DVDs. As a founder of Worldview Academy he continues to pursue his passion to raise up a generation with the vision to reach their culture with the gospel, the valor to engage that culture with the truth, and who rely on the virtue of the Word of God. Bill lives in Colorado.
Simple Tools for Brain Surgery, Part 1
Non-Christians seem to have the advantage in our culture. We, as Christians, are sometimes intimidated by or even afraid to talk with many atheists, new-agers, evolutionists and other Wizards. Too often, we fear we won’t have answers to their tough questions. Be encouraged. Learn four killer questions that will help to destroy the Wizards’ secular thinking that is encasing the minds of friends, relatives and others. Learn to destroy the Wizards’sloppy,
secular arguments without destroying the person.
Simple Tools for Brain Surgery, Part 2: Demolishing Ignorance and Apathy
Would you agree the Bible teaches…that men are superior to women…that God helps those who help themselves…that Jesus’ main message was to love one another? Listen and watch in amazement at the responses from college students and people on the streets give when Bill Jack asks about their knowledge of Scripture. See how people love to display their ignorance. Learn how conversationally to destroy “arguments raised up against the knowledge of God.” Corinthians 10:5
Jack Theist Meets Dr. Secular: The Fiend with the Secular Mind
Students need to discern worldviews and to understand their impact on every aspect of our culture. Together, Bill and listeners will analyze the impact of world views on our culture through interviews with those who hold opposing world views. This talk is a great opportunity to learn practical tools to learn how to reach non-Christians and to confront the culture with the Truth.
Seven Habits of Highly Suppressive People
Why do people reject the reliability of the Bible? It’s not the common objections that people give. Rather it is because they “suppress the truth in unrighteousness.” (Romans 1:18) Christians should be able to answer those objections. Christians should, also, be able to recognize the seven habits that people develop in suppressing the truth which are listed in Romans 1:21-23. These seven habits come to life through interviews with non-Christians on a college campus. Learn how you, too, can give a defense of your faith in gentleness and reverence. (I Peter 3:15)
What Happens When You Die?
“What if…?” Few people have taken the time to consider their answers, and most people do not anticipate being asked such a question. Both disarming and challenging, “What happens when you die?” is a great spiritual conversation starter. Many assume the possibilities are numerous or even infinite. Yet, there really are only FOUR serious answers. Discover how to respond to whatever answer one receives by watching spontaneous, on-the-street interviews. Learn how to ask though-provoking follow-up questions. Great session for students and adults.