Join us in attending the Smart Faith Apologetics conference in Phoenix this June.
Ratio Christi ASU Tempe will meet regularly during the summer months on the second and fourth Fridays of the summer months.
The Bible is so self-contradictory -- containing literally hundreds of obvious refutations of its own texts -- it could not possibly be inspired by the God it claims to desc ribe.
Let's examine the evidence (well, some of it) this Friday evening in the Armory, room 0105, 7:00 PM.
RC-UMD student president (pro tem) Brandon Katz will be presenting The Historical Evidence for Jesus' Resurrection, followed by Q & A. Meeting begins @ 7:00 PM in room 0105, Armory. C ya' there.
Student Chapter President (pro tem) Brandon Katz will offer a presentation on the historical reliability of the New Testament manuscripts. See you @ 7:00 PM in the Armory, Rm. 0105.
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Come meet Dr. Fazale "Fuz" Rana (biochemist) with Reasons to Believe as he presents to a campus-wide audience on "Reconciling Christianity and Science?" More details here: http://ratiochristi.org/umd/events/reconciling-christianity-and-science
This week's RC-UMD meeting (Friday 7:00 PM, Armory, Rm. 0105) will introduce the Anthropic Principle, an every-growing series of discoveries by secular scientists revealing the astounding level of precise fine-tuning to the laws of physics (and chemistry, and biology, and...) required for life to exist on Earth. The preponderance of fine-tuning-for-life evidence strongly suggests that the universe as it exists cannot be an accident but was, instead, carefully and brilliantly designed. We will show the Illustra Media video presentation of "The Privileged Planet" followed by discussion and Q&A.
This subject was voted on by RC-UMD members as a primary area of interest (as all our meeting topics will be) and it will be decided at this meeting whether members want to examine the subject in more depth in the coming weeks or if they want to be introduced to a new subject next week.
Are you a college student who feels overwhelmed by the attacks and criticisms that are being leveled against the Christian faith? Do you have your own questions or doubts about the reliability of the Bible or the truthfulness of the Christian message? There are answers.
Ratio Christ at the University of Mary Washington is a local chapter of a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give the historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ. (Click here to learn more about Ratio Christi's Vision)
If you would like to know or learn more about Ratio Christi at UMW, contact Rob to learn more about Ratio Christi, a global movement that equips Christians at universities to defend their faith.
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Ratio Christi at Marshall University has received provisional approval from the university! What does this mean for the club? We can immediately begin advertising and holding meeting on campus It is the first step of final approval to be recognized as an official organization on campus. We are working hard to complete the requirements which includes a minimum of seven student members and a faculty advisor. If you are interested in becoming a part of this vital ministry please contact John Mays, Chapter Director, at 304-688-8856, or email@example.com.