The Bridge Community is hosting Biola University's Apologetics on the Road conference. This apologetics training event will help teach you to address tough questions such as:
How can science and faith be reconciled?
Did God allow slavery and command genocide in the Old Testament?
Why believe in more than the physical world?
How can you know which which religion is true?
If God exists, why is there so much evil and suffering in the world?
The central tenets of Christianity— the existence of God, the Resurrection of Christ, the divinity of Jesus, the reliability of the Bible and much more— have been under fire from skeptics, atheists and unbelievers of all sorts. Most Christians feel ill-equipped to handle the questions from skeptical co-workers, neighbors, friends and even our own family members. Biola University is sending us several top thinkers and engaging speakers who will equip and encourage believers to learn the very best answers to the toughest questions we are all asked about our faith in Christ. This event will encourage those with faith and challenge the skeptical
Clay Jones, is an Associate Professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University and is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ratio Christi.Learn More
Founder and Director of M.A. Program in Christian Apologetics; Director of the M.A. Program in Science and Religion; Professor of Comparative Religion and ApologeticsLearn More
J.P. Moreland is a professor, speaker, and author who integrates Philosophy and the Christian mind with strong Christian faith.Learn More