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We have now finished our Fall/Winter Semester, Thanks for all that attended our meetings. We will meet back on the campus after Jan 5th, 2015. I will leave the meeting time and location shortly. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Our meetings will resume for the Winter 2015 semester on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 beginning at 7:00 p.m. Join us in our new meeting room, 1720 Sangren!
Tonight will be our last open discussion of the semester and the final part of the Tim Keller "A Reason for God" series. We'll be openly discussing the topic of hell and considering questions like:
How can God be full of love and full of wrath at the same time? How can God send good people to hell?
Remember, everything we do is for Christians and non-Christians. Input is not required and you're welcome to just come and listen to the discussion. After tonight, we won't be having a meeting until December 1st. That night, we'll be having a party (food and maybe a game) and discussing what we want next semester to be. This is all student run, so it's up to you to decide. We'll also be putting together our member rosters as well as our leadership.
Tonight, we'll be meeting at the same time and same place:
Sinclair Suite (2nd floor)
7pm, Monday November 17
Hope to see you there and bring a friend!
Faith, Evidence, & Ethics
Oxford, Mississippi - FREE 2014 Seminar in Christian Apologetics
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Don't forget our special guest, Paul Compton, on 11/23/14 as he brings the latest discoveries of ancient New Testament manuscripts and discusses their reliability.
Tomorrow, we will be having a group discussion on the topic: Why is the church responsible for so much injustice? This will be part 5 of 6 as we finish off the "Reason for God" series. I hope to see you all there! Remember, we will be meeting at the Lanier Suite, which is right next door to where we usually meet. Otherwise, same time and basically the same place!
GSU Student Center
Please check our Facebook for our location. We will be meeting on and off campus.
Here is the schedule for the semester:
9/15: What is Apologetics?
9/22: What Difference Does it Make if God Exists?
9/29: Dr. Adam Groza- Pascal's Wager
10/6: Why Does Anything Exists at All? Pt.1
10/13: Why Does Anything Exists at All? Pt. 2
10/20: Why Did the Universe Begin?
10/27: Why is the Universe Fine-Tuned for Life?
11/3: Ken Jung: Jesus in the Eyes of Hindus
11/10: Can we be Good without God?
11/17: What about Suffering?
11/24: Who was Jesus?
12/1: Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?
12/8: Is Jesus the Only Way to God? Christmas Party!
Tomorrow, October 20th, we'll be continuing the Tim Keller "Reason for God" series. This will be an open discussion on probably the most commonly asked question as it relates to belief in God: Why does God allow evil and suffering?
Also, i'm going to try something new. Before we begin our primary topic, i'm going to allow anyone to ask a question or objection that relates to belief in God, faith, or Christianity. This could be an objection you heard a professor, friend, or someone on the internet say. Or it could just be a question you're curious about. If you're not sure what kinds of questions i'm referring to, here's a few random examples:
"What is the Christian response to ISIS?"
"Are Mormons Christians?"
"How can we know that Jesus existed?"
"Is homosexuality a sin?"
Hope to see you there tomorrow! Same time, same place!
GSU Student Center
Monday, October 20
On Monday, October 13th, we'll be discussing the controversial question, "What gives Christians the right to tell me how to live my life?" Think about how you, as a Christian, would respond to this. These are objections you're likely to hear when you share the gospel with many people in our culture today, at least once you bring up the subject of sin. Like last week, we'll watch the short segment of the Tim Kellar "Reason for God" series on this topic and then discuss.
This will be an open group discussion and meeting at the usual time and place:
Monday October 13th
GSU Student Center Sinclair Suite
Tomorrow, October 6, we will be continuing the Tim Keller "The Reason for God" video series. The topic will be answering the objection, "How can you say there is only one way to God?" As usual, this will be an open group discussion. Same time, same place! 7pm in the Student Center Sinclair Suite.