Defend your view of ultimate reality and truth. Do you have one? You do, whether you have carefully thought about it or not. But will your philosophy stand up to logic and life’s ultimate questions satisfactorily? Or is it tidy…easy…superficial…useless (ultimately)? Sit down with philosopher R. C. Sproul and a group of college students and listen to them share their ideas about: The relative value of human and animal life, a standard for decisions about rightness, the origin and “purpose” of everything, being acceptable to God. There’s a warm, coffeehouse ambiance. It’s an ideal place to reflect on the bits and pieces that go into a philosophy or worldview worth owning and defending. Discussion questions help the process along. Expect thoughtful, stimulating dialogue with an incisive thinker. But don’t expect to walk away unchallenged at the very center of what you think and who you are.