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ReThink: Dallas

Stand to Reason

Date: Mar. 02, 2018 - Mar. 03, 2018

Location: Allen, Texas


     Ideas have consequences. The ideas that you think are true will ultimately play themselves out in the way that you live. Every. Single. Day. We all live at the mercy of our ideas. That’s why the apostle Paul warns us not to be taken captive by the false views of the world (Colossians 2:8).

     Sadly, many Christians have been captured by the culture. Their thinking reflects the thinking of the society. Their worldview is no different from that of their unbelieving friends.

It's Time To reTHINK

     Stand to Reason Student Impact exists to provoke a new generation to rethink their worldview, recapture the truth, and then reengage the world for the cause of Christ. That’s the purpose of the reTHINK Apologetics Student Conference, designed for junior high, high school and college-aged students. 

Additional Details

Friday: 6:45PM - 11:00PM -- Saturday: 9:00AM - 5:45PM
Location Name:
Cottonwood Creek Church
1015 Sam Rayburn Tollway

Allen, Texas 75013
(972) 359-7777
Admission Details:
Early Bird (until Jan. 15): $35 -- Advance: $45 -- Same Day: $55 [Registration not yet open (7/22/17)]
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Additional Links
ReThink Dallas
Related Organizations:
Stand to Reason

Speaker Information

  • Alan Shlemon

    Apologist and speaker with Stand to Reason.

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  • Greg Koukl

    Founder and President of Stand to Reason, host of weekly radio show, adjunct professor at Biola University, and nationally known speaker on Christian apologetics and evangelism.

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  • J. Warner Wallace

    Former cold-case homocide detective who has used his investigative skills to determine and defend the truth of Christianity

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  • Jonathan Morrow

    Jonathan Morrow is the founder and writer of Think Christianly, a speaker, and an adjunct professor at Biola.

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  • Tim Barnett

    Tim is a dynamic speaker who trains Christians to think clearly about what they believe and why they believe it. Tim is a full-time apologist, a science teacher, and works part-time at his local church.

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