What Would You Say?
Current question: Someone says that there’s no evidence for God’s existence.
Click on the “Record Video” button below to record your reply. Remember to keep your response to 2 minutes or less.
(Or if you prefer, you can upload a video from your phone or computer.)
Don’t worry about getting it perfect. I’ll clean things up in post.
We will piece together the different responses to edit into a compilation video that you can share with others.
(We’ll try to include as many of your responses as possible, but not all may make the final cut due to editing constraints. [Preference given to crisp, well-lit video and clear audio.] Add an answer that hasn’t already been given.)
When you start your recording, make sure to say you name and identify your chapter location. Pause for a moment, and then continue with your response.
(We need your name and chapter, so we can credit you in the edited video.)
Note: If you’re uploading your video, be sure to record it wide, not tall. We need the orientation of all videos to match. Thanks!
Check back. The recorded segments will appear in the gallery below. And you’ll be able to see our progress and how your fellow Chapter Directors answered.
A well-crafted video usually has at least three main parts all centered around one topic: 1) intro, 2) segments, and 3) close. See the Video Gallery below to see how our project is developing.
SEGMENT 1 (Summary of Kalam Argument)
SEGMENT 2 (Summary of Fine-Tuning Argument)
SEGMENT 3 (Summary of Moral Argument)
SEGMENT 4 (Summary of Argument from Christ’s Resurrection)
SEGMENT 5 (Summary of Witness of the Holy Spirit)
SEGMENT 6 (Other Argument [optional])
SEGMENT 7 (Other Argument [optional])