Are You Into Apologetics?

If you enjoy apologetics and do not live too far from Greensboro, NC, then you may want to consider attending an upcoming apologetics conference.

The conference "Contending For the Faith: An Apologetics And Worldview Conference for the 21st Century" will be held at Friendly Hills Church (PCA) on April 8th and April 9th. There is no cost. Registration is at 6:15 pm on Friday, April 8th at the church. The first session will be at 7 PM. The conference will resume Saturday at 8:30 am and complete at 1:15 pm.

The main speaker will be Dr. Jim Tonkowich of the Wilberforce Forum and managing editor of Breakpoint. He will have three presentations. There will be breakout sessions as well.

Get directions to the church off the web site: www.friendlyhillschurch.org.

Here are the titles of the sessions.

Main Sessions

“A Christian Mind: Yours, Mine, and Hours”

“Picking Up the Pieces: Building Blocks for Christian Thinking”

“Heaven is Not My Home”

Breakout Sessions

“Oprah Winfrey and Leo Tolstoy on the Meaning of Life”

“Going Public with Your World View”

“Sharing the Gospel with Buffy the Vampire Slayer”

“Shining Light into Carl Sagan’s Demon Haunted World”

“The Cyborgs are Coming! The Cyborgs are Coming!: Biotechnology and Bioethics in the 21st Century”

“All Tied up in a String: The Fabric of the Universe”

“Adam and Eve or Adam and Steve: The Institution of Marriage and the Gay Agenda”

“The Pot and the Kettle: Ethicist Peter Singer on Pres. Bush”

“Science vs. Evolution: Why the Critics of Intelligent Design Just Don’t Get It”

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