Brought to you by Ratio Christi
DEFENDING THE FAITH IN TURBULENT TIMES 

A Conference for Christian Apologetics
This event is designed to help prepare you to make a defense for the Word in turbulent times.
  • How can we reconcile Christianity and Science?
  • Does scripture tell us we are in a battle of ideas?
  • How can God be good when there is so much evil?
  • Are ancient texts reliable?
  • Can we defend the faith and still tell the good news?
Speakers:
Dr. Clay Jones is a writer, speaker, pastor, professor, and radio host. His talk will be on “Why Does God Allow Evil? An Apologist’s Perspective.”
J. Warner Wallace was a professional police officer, working his way from patrol officer to SWAT Team to homicide detective. He will speak on “The Case For Truth: A Detective’s Perspective.”
Dr. Sarah Salviander holds a PhD in  astrophysics and specializes in quasars and supermassive black holes. She will speak on “How Did God Create The World in Six Days? A Scientists Perspective”
Dr. Dan Wallace is arguably the foremost living expert on ancient New Testament document research. He will speak on “In a Modern World, How Can Ancient Be Reliable? A Scholar’s Perspective.”
Glenn Smith is regional director for Ratio Christi. He will speak on “Why Do We Need Apologetics? A Practical Perspective.”
TWO DAY EVENT

FRIDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 7:00 – 9:00 PM
SATURDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

 

Austin Ridge Bible Church
9300 Bee Cave Rd
Austin, TX 78733

 

To register, click the link below. Don’t miss this opportunity. Please forward this message to anyone who might be interested.
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Christian Apologist & Philosopher
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