In this short TEDx talk from last November, John explains some common “Conversation Stoppers” in the culture wars. The sound is bad, but the content is important–especially in our divided age.
This year marks the 25-year anniversary of John’s lecture “What’s Morally Wrong with Homosexuality?”, first delivered at the University of Texas at Austin on April 15, 1992, and since honed before hundreds of audiences around the country (and the world–most recently in Belgium).
It’s also the 10-year anniversary of the DVD version–which is now John’s most watched video on YouTube.
Here’s a clip from the lecture’s premiere, a quarter century ago:
Kirkland Productions is marking the 25-year anniversary by offering a 25% discount for any new 2017 bookings made between now and May 1. This applies to all of John’s programs, including his new talk “Conversation Stoppers in the Culture Wars” and his debates on religious liberty and discrimination, the topic of his forthcoming book.
While the specific issues have changed, the fundamental challenges remain–and John continues to address them with logic, sensitivity, and humor.
Good news! Polish subtitles are now available on my “What’s Morally Wrong with Homosexuality?” video. Just click on the little gear symbol on the lower right of the screen (to the right of CC), click on “Subtitles/CC,” and click on “Polish.” Many thanks to Stanley Bulski for the translation.
Nagranie z mojego wykładu “Co Moralnie Niepoprawnego Jest w Homoseksualności” dostępne jest teraz również z polskimi napisami. Wystarczy kliknąć w mały symbol koła zębatego w prawym, dolnym rogu ekranu (na prawo od CC), a następnie w “napisy” i “Polski”. Wielkie dzięki dla Stanleya Bulskiego za tłumaczenie.