This season of Lent leading up to Easter always brings questions about Christianity specifically, but religion in general. Is there proof of the existence of God? Can science prove God exists? What about morality, does that point us to an Omnipotent Being? Dr. Frank Turek, co-author of "I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist," talks about the highlights of his book and answers some of the probing objections to belief in God. You will find, as I have, that few of us ever ponder the real core philosophical questions to why we believe or don't believe certain things; that more times than not we prefer living in the gray areas. But Dr. Turek makes the case that most of the objections to God are not intellectual... they are emotional. And he states there is enough proof of God's existence to satisfying our minds, but it's a harder task to convince our hearts.