Reasonable Faith

Join us at 6:30 on Wednesdays in January for a fantastic apologetic series for today’s conversations! Come at 5:30 for a delicious dinner.

JANUARY 8: Keaton Halley

Creation: What’s the Big Deal?

Keaton will share a powerful and attention-grabbing presentation on the vital importance of the Bible’s history in Genesis: how it is foundational to the Gospel and relevant to our world and society. The authority of the Bible is paramount. Items of scientific evidence are woven into the presentation in a way that is easily understood, as is the Gospel message. Come be armed and equipped to be able to ‘give an answer’ and to be vastly more effective at personal evangelism. Not convinced? Have questions? Come join us!

JANUARY 15: Dr. Jonathan Sarfati

The Christian Roots of Science and Dismantling Evolutionary Myths

Why did science flourish in the West, and only the West? The biblical worldview provided the presuppositions that allowed science to flourish while it was stillborn in other places, such as Greece and China. Evolutionists deny this biblical foundation for science by accusing Christianity of superstitions that held science back. Jonathan deftly busts the myth of the ‘Dark Ages’—a time marked by many scientific advances. He also dispels the myths of Galileo, belief in a flat earth, and more.

JANUARY 22: Dr. Robert Carter

The Science of “Race” vs the Biblical View of Humanity

The subject of “race” is a hot-button topic in the world today. Both the Bible and scientific evidence support that there is but one human race and humanity has not been on this planet for more than a few thousand years. Modern DNA analysis is rewriting 150 years of evolutionary, racist, and eugenic storytelling. In the end, our misconstruction of race is a Gospel issue, as all people descend from Adam and are related to our “Kinsman Redeemer,” Jesus Christ.

JANUARY 29: Dr. Tom Woodward

The Reliability of the New Testament

Has the Bible been translated and changed so many times that it is no longer reliable? Some critics of the Bible think so. Yet, archeological and documentary evidence gives a different answer. This presentation looks at common questions about the reliability of the New Testament, and it examines early biblical manuscripts along with historical and archeological evidence that demonstrates overwhelmingly that the New Testament is reliable.