Right from Wrong
The differences used to be clear.
The lines have been blurred. The black and white has faded to gray. What’s the big deal about cheating at school or lying to parents? What’s so bad about getting high, having sex outside of marriage or attempting to commit suicide? For today’s kids these are legitimate questions, and the answers aren’t obvious.
My Truth, Your Truth, Whose Truth? explores the heart of every moral dilemma—absolute truth—and helps teens thing through how faith is critical daily decision-making. In a spirited series of real-life disagreements, a panel of teens discuss popular (and not so popular opinions about a variety of moral dilemmas, revealing the common confusion that’s prevalent—even with "churched" kids who consider themselves Christians.
Dr. James Dobson, Dawson McAllister and other leading communicators share eye-opening insights into the myths of relativism, offering passionate support to youth for living in light of the Truth, rather than popular opinion. This unique presentation is engaging, challenging andinspiring. It’s a catalyst for deeper thinking and meaningful discussions. And most importantly, it primes teens to confidently take a stand for what’s right— even when they’re accused of being "narrow minded" or "intolerant."
Running Time: Approximately 30 minutes