Dinesh D'Souza is a bestselling author and award-winning filmmaker. His political documentaries "2016: Obama's America" and "America: Imagine a World Without Her" are among the highest-grossing political films of all time. An immigrant who grew up in Mumbai, India, Dinesh came to the United States in 1978 as an exchange student. He attended Dartmouth College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. He was a domestic policy analyst at the Reagan White House, and also a scholar at think tanks such as the American Enterprise Institute and the Hoover Institution at Stanford. He teamed up with his wife Debbie to produce a daily podcast which debuted January of 2021 and is part of the Salem Podcast Network. In May of 2022, D'Souza media teamed up with True the Vote to bring to light the most important movie in America called 2000 Mules. It was released the first week of May, 2022 and became a huge blockbuster. Dinesh has written over 25 books and made six movies. His latest book "2000 Mules" based on the movie, released at the end of October 2022. Dinesh and Debbie live in the Lonestar State and together have three grown children.
In his debates with leading atheists (including the late Christopher Hitchens) Dinesh D’Souza faced a barrage of questions about Christianity such as Has Christianity been disproven by science?, debunked as a force for good?, and discredited as a guide to morality? In this talk Dinesh explores the truths of Christianity, how they withstand modern arguments and how Christianity has shaped (and how it continues to shape) the best values of Western civilization.
From private conversations to formal debates, Dinesh noticed that most atheists are “Wounded Theists”. It’s not that they refuse to believe in God; rather, they are angry and disappointed with God. A catalyst event can cause us to turn from God because we don’t understand how God can be good and allow us to suffer. In this talk Dinesh explains how God, suffering and evil can coexist using modern science to make his case.
Is death the end? It’s a question we all ask. Dinesh D’Souza makes the convincing case that death is not the end. In this talk he uses the latest discoveries in physics and neuroscience, convincing philosophical deductions, and the most likely conclusions from anthropology and biology to make the case for Life After Death. Join him as he shows how science answers the biggest question and what it means for our lives today.
Science now claims to have most of the biggest questions answered. But can it tell us why we are here? Or what the purpose of life is? Or where the universe came from? Dinesh shows that science cannot answer many of our biggest questions and that religion still can. Dinesh does more than push back on science, he uses it to demonstrate the validity of faith.