Reasonable Faith - Los Angeles Chapter

I attended my first meeting of the Los Angeles Chapter of Reasonable Faith. Many thanks to Chris, the Chapter Director, for doing the hard work to start the chapter, preparing for the meeting, and hosting. We discussed what kind of group we were hoping to be a part of, our various backgrounds, and had some energetic discussions about apologetic issues. We wrapped up the evening discussing the issue of "gratuitous suffering" and its role in the argument from evil. It was good to be discussing apologetics again after a very busy time in litigation. I enjoyed the discussion, but the best part was getting to know the guys (no gals yet) at the meeting. Smart guys all.

If you are in the Los Angeles area and are apologetically inclined, check out the link above for contact and meeting information.

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Patrick said…
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Anonymous said…
Excellent idea. Hope it is successful.

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