Ratio Christi at Wayne State University, the Christian critical thinking club at WSU, announces its Fall 2016 schedule of open discussion meetings.

The meetings take place on Thursday afternoons at 4 pm in the Rands House Conference Room (5229 Cass Avenue). Light refreshments are provided, and students who arrive by 4:04 pm are eligible to enter the weekly drawing for a thought-provoking Christian apologetics book.

These meetings are often attended by Christians who are interested in learning more about the intellectual and historical arguments for the Christian faith. Attendees also often include atheists, Muslims, adherents to other faiths (and no faith), and skeptics.All are most welcome. Our goal is for all of us to learn from each other!

Conflict between Science and Faith

Thursdays 4 pm - All Welcome: Christians, Atheists,

Pastafarians, Theists, Pantheists, Agnostics and Skeptics

Location: Rands House on Main Campus (5229 Cass)

First Floor Conference Room 103

Date

Topic*

Time

Location

09/15/16

A Brief History of Atheism: A strong tradition of skepticism

04:00 PM

Rands 103

09/29/16

Friedrich Nietzsche: How dead is God, really?

04:00 PM

Rands 103

10/13/16

Bertrand Russell: Sexual ethics and not being a Christian

04:00 PM

Rands 103

10/27/16

Sam Harris: Does religion push reason into exile?

04:00 PM

Rands 103

11/10/16

Richard Dawkins: Selfish genes and God delusions

04:00 PM

Rands 103

12/01/16

Summary of the Conflict between Science and Faith

04:00 PM

Rands 103

 

*Topics are drawn from Timothy Morgan’s book, Thank God for Atheists (Harvest

 

House, 2015). You don’t have to read the book (or chapter) ahead of time to

participate. Just show up and listen in – or join in – on the conversation!

 

ARRIVE BY 4:04 AND ENTER THE WEEKLY

 

DRAWING FOR AN APOLOGETICS BOOK!

 

Attend! Discuss! Share! Raise Objections!

 


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