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2017 First Meeting

Our first meeting of the new year is on the FIRST day of class - 1/24/17!

7:00PM MUB Room 207!

Come and enjoy a fun night of enjoying and exploring 

Worldviews and Media!

As always free food will be enjoyed!

Spring semester meeting topics!

We are pleased to share our topics for the spring 2017 semester! Our meetings are casual, open, and very laid back. Everyone is invited to attend.

Christianity and the Nature of Science
Jesus, The Smartest Man Who Ever Lived
Miracles and the Modern Mind
In Defense of the Soul
Apologetics and the Spiritual Life
Answers to Bioethical Questions
Prolegomena to Theology - Introduction to the study of Theology
Bibliogy - Doctrine of the Bible
Theology Proper - Doctrine of God
Christology - Doctrine of Christ
Pneumatology - Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
Angelology - Doctrine of Angels

Our hope is to provide an overview of each subject, with a basic understanding to use as a foundation for what and why we believe what we believe.
One subject a week, but obviously may take more than a week on any given topic.

December newsletter!

We haven't shared our bi-monthly newsletter here in the past, but thought some may be interested. If you don't currently receive it, and would like to be added to our mailing list, send us your email at johnmays.ratiochristi.org!

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Spring Meetings!

Our first meeting of the Spring semester will be held on Thursday, January 12th at 6:30 pm! They will continue throughout the semester on Thursday's in Room 2W37 in the student center! The following is a list of topics we will be covering. Also, our President, Vice, and others will be presenting on the majority of these topics!

Christianity and the Nature of Science
Jesus, The Smartest Man Who Ever Lived
Miracles and the Modern Mind
In Defense of the Soul
Apologetics and the Spiritual Life
Answers to Bioethical Questions
Prolegomena to Theology - Introduction to the study of Theology
Bibliogy - Doctrine of the Bible
Theology Proper - Doctrine of God
Christology - Doctrine of Christ
Pneumatology - Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
Angelology - Doctrine of Angels

New blog series!

A new blog series will begin next Tuesday, November 1. Many have heard the scriptures supporting apologetics. However, what do they mean? Who were they written to? Do they apply to everyone? This series will answer these questions and more! Look for the RC Marshall blog on Facebook, twitter, and other social media sites, or visit our Ratio Christi blog page at www.ratiochristi.org/marshall/blog

Meeting October 20th!

This Thursday, October 20th at 6:30 pm Ratio Christi will resume regularly scheduled meetings. This week we will be looking at the highlights of the National Apologetic Conference and Ratio Christi Symposium. We will be having an open discussion on lessons learned from attendance and other conference notes! Join us, upstairs in the student center, room 2W37!

No Meeting this week!

Ratio Christi at Marshall University will NOT be meeting this Thursday, October 13th! Instead we will be attending the National Apologetics Conference and Ratio Christi Symposium in Charlotte NC. Our regular meetings will resume the following Thursday, October 20th at 6:30 pm in room 2W37 of the student center!

UPDATE to meeting October 6th!

UPDATE for Thursday's meeting! Our future Dr. to be Mark S. Phillips will share with us what he is going to present at the National Conference in Charlotte! "Six Problems if Jesus Never Existed."
1 Corinthians 15:13-19 + Christ Mythicism

Topic for October 6th!

The topic for our October 6th Ratio Christi at Marshall meeting will be "The reliability of the Bible"! This discussion will be an overview, but in depth enough, to defend the Bible to others. Join us and know why you believe the book we believe!

Small in number but deep on topics!

Ratio Christi at Marshall university may be small in numbers, actual students that attend our meetings, but our topics are deep in content! During our first two meetings of the semester we have discussed truth, is it objective, and moral relativism, are morals objective? If you want to be a part of such vital and exciting topics, join us on Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm upstairs in the student center, room 2W37!

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