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God and the Problem of Evil - Ratio Christi Open Discussion Tomorrow

Tomorrow, March 30th, we will be having an open group discussion on the age old question: if God is so loving, why is there so much death, evil, and suffering in the world?  This is a question that just about everyone has pondered at some point in their lives.  We’d love to see you there as we sort out this question and see if Christianity provides a compelling solution.  Dr. Richard Howe will be back to lead the discussion. 

GSU Student Center
Lucerne Suite - 2nd Floor
Monday, March 30th
7:30pm

Registration Open for Philippines Conference & Adademy! June 2015

Ratio Christi is please to announce the 2015 Apologetics Academy & Conference in Manila, Philippines. Join us! Details here.

Can Christianity Answer Evil

listen to Queens University Ratio Christi Leader, Matt Schmidt Answer the question at Friday, march 27, 2015, 12:05-1:05 in Rooms 301-302 •only students who signed up can attend.

Monday March 8th - Student Testimonies

Tomorrow night will be a very special evening for us as we will be having several GSU students sharing their testimonies.  While Ratio Christi is usually focused on apologetics and the intellectual challenges facing Christianity, we are also focused on the gospel and how it has changed our lives.  Come join us and bring your friends! 

Same time and same place with refreshments provided:

GSU Student Center
Lucerne Suite - 2nd floor
7:30pm
Monday, March 8

Monday, Feb. 22 Meeting - Is the fine tuning of the universe evidence for God?

Tomorrow we will once again have an open group discussion on the fine tuning of the universe and whether it is good evidence for the existence of God.  Similar to last week, this subject can be potentially technical, but it’s always our goal to make these accessible and easy to understand so you can share it with others and ultimately point them to the gospel. 

As always, we’ll have free refreshments and will meet in the usual spot:

GSU Student Center
Lucerne Suite (2nd Floor)
Monday, Feb. 23
7:30pm

No meeting tonight!

Due to a storm we will not be meeting.

Tim Hull Community Apologist Speaking at Grace Youth This week

Tim Hull, the Ratio Christi Community Apologist, will be speaking on the foundations of science.  If you are interested in going, please check out www.whoisgrace.com/graceyouth for times and locations.  You can also read the talk on the blog this Friday, and watch the video soon!

Meeting Change Tonight

Due to the threat of inclement weather and hazardous road conditions we are going to cancel our regular RC meeting tonight. HOWEVER, our own Ryan Scarbel is planning to be in our regular meeting room (School of Edu. 204) at 7:00pm tonight for an informal discussion time. In the event that university closes, watch here for information regarding a secondary meeting location for tonights informal discussion. Stay safe and stay warm!

Upcoming Events: Ratio Christi at Wayne State University

 

Check out our Wayne State University chapter's Events page for upcoming events:

  • Debate on the "Problem of Evil" as it pertains to belief in God, on February 18, 2015 in the Bernath Auditorium of the UGL on Main Campus.
  • Follow-up open discussion and student debates, on Thursday afternoons at 4 pm, in the first floor 103 Conference Room of the Rands House on Main Campus, 5229 Cass Avenue.
  • Debate: What is God Really Like: Tawid or Trinity? A debate between Shabir Ally, a prominent Muslim scholar, and Nabeel Qureshi, a former Muslim who is now a Christian speaker and author. April 8 in General Lectures on Main Campus.
  • Follow-up open discussion and student debates, on Thursday afternoons at 4 pm, in the first floor 103 Conference Room of the Rands House on Main Campus, 5229 Cass Avenue.

Is God the best explanation for the universe?

Hi everyone!

Tomorrow, Feb. 2nd, we’ll be having an open group discussion on the question, “Is God the best explanation for the universe?”  First, we will watch a short video by Christian philosopher/apologist Dr. William Lane Craig as he addresses the topic followed by an open discussion.  The primary objective will be to better understand the arguments by Dr. Craig and see if Christians can use this to better “give an answer” for why we believe what we believe.  Non-Christians are also welcome to respectfully dialogue with us on this topic.  We look forward to seeing you all there!  As always, bring your friends!

Student Center - Lucerne Suite (2nd floor)
Feb. 2nd
7:30pm
FREE REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED!

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