Dr. Moreland admits that the question of the meaning of life is difficult to answer—so much so that many do not even know where to start. Nevertheless, he maintains that it is as pressing today as it has been for centuries and there are viable ways to answer the question. In this two-pronged talk, Dr. Moreland first discusses the rise of Empricism and Scientism and the bearing of these two paradigms on question of the meaning of life. Subsequently, he evaluates two competing worldviews—Scientific Naturalism and Christian Theism—arguing that Christian Theism is superior with regard to the issues of freedom and responsibility, instrinsic worth, equality of human rights, and meaning.