Reasonable Faith Mid Michigan will meet now on Wednesday nights at 6:45 pm. We will join Cornerstone EPC for a class every Wednesday. Come join us for a meal starting at 5:45pm and class in room 111 starting January 11th. We will be studying :
I don’t have enough faith to be an atheist. DVD and discussion series with Dr. Frank Turek, This course will prepare you to defend the inescapable truths of the Christian faith with boldness and effectiveness. You will learn:
- The Road Runner Tactic– A fun way to refute relativism and other nonsensical ideas.
- Scientific evidence for the Bible’s greatest miracle!
- Ten reasons we know the New Testament writers told the truth.
- Embarrassing details that no one would have made up!
- Why it takes more faith not to believe in the Resurrection of Jesus!
- How Jesus claimed and proved to be God.
- Why no other “gospels” should be in the Bible.
- And MUCH more!
The next Reasonable Faith Chapter meeting is Monday November 21st at 7:00 pm in Room 108. We will be discussing the Moral Argument for the Existence of God. Without God there is no basis for morality.
NEW DATE! The next Reasonable Faith Mid-Michigan meeting is Monday, November 21st, at 7:00 pm in classroom #108 to continue our series on Christianity’s dangerous ideas: The Moral Augment for the existence of God. Without God, there is no basis for morality. Please contact Tom Austin at email@example.com for more information.
We will be discussing common objections to the resurrection and why they fail.
Tom Austin, M.A. Christian Apologetics Biola University, will discuss the reasons why the books we have in the New Testament are the right ones, and others were rejected for good reasons.
Thursday, March 10th, 7:00 P.M.
There is no charge for this event.
We are bringing in a special speaker just for the kick off! Tim Barnett from Stand To Reason ministries will be speaking on the fine tuning of the universe – how the universe is delicately balanced just for us!
Tim is a dynamic speaker who trains Christians to think clearly about what they believe and why they believe it. Tim is a full-time apologist, a science teacher, and works part-time at his local church. Tim has degrees in physics and education and is working on an MA in Philosophy from Southern Evangelical Seminary