By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter | March 6, 2012|11:27 am
A number of Christian organizations will attend the Reason Rally on March 24 in Washington, D.C, and engage in what they call "reasonable discussion" with atheists at the event, promising that their only aim is to "share Christ person to person as opportunity arises."
Athens on Tap--Speakeasy, an online student news source at Ohio University published this article on March 5th, 2012 about Frank Turek's visit to OU. By Danielle Hale
Atheist PZ Myers has responded to the personal invitation to church in his blog, Pharyngula. March 5, 2012
Christians plan on sharing Christ at upcoming secular Reason Rally
March 5, 2012 By God Discussion Reporter
Ratio Christi interview on the Pilgrim Radio Network, download at: https://secure.logmein.com/f?00_g7bW8zMAjXc1sTz0CV9TlblrskRZeLsdCh.twGzL
The Athens News gives coverage to the story about Dr. Frank Turek speaking at a Ratio Christi sponsored event at Ohio University. February 29, 2012 by Daniella Limoli
More on the controversy about Dr. Frank Turek speaking at Ohio University--sponsored by Ratio Christi--by The New Political (Feb. 29, 2012).
Another news outlet picked up on the controversey about Dr. Frank Turek speaking for Ratio Christi on Tuesday, February 28th at Ohio University.
The Post Article by Anjelica Oswald here
LGBT groups at Ohio University are protesting Dr. Frank Turek's lecture on "Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist," on Tuesday February 28th. The New Political, the Ohio University online student publication, wrote about the controversy in an article "SAC Funds Controversial Christian Speaker with Anti-Gay Marriage Views."