As the year draws to a close, join this online webinar conference to
REFLECT on the past year,
REALIGN with what’s on God’s heart and
READY ourselves for the new year.
Date: 14 - 16 December 2020
Time: 8pm - 10pm
Registration Fees (inclusive of GST):
*Deadline for early bird registration: 4 December 2020
Last day of registration: 11 December 2020
Hear from renowned speaker and Associate Professor in the Christian Apologetics program at Talbot School of Theology (Biola University), Sean McDowell, as he speaks to us on the topics below!
Find out more about Sean
The problem of evil and suffering is undoubtedly one of the greatest challenges raised against God. Christians must respond empathetically, but also with truth. Sean begins this session by providing a helpful road map for personally helping people who are suffering. He then tackles the intellectual challenge of evil, showing that the existence of evil itself is actually a positive proof for the existence of God, and that the so-called “problem of evil” does not pose a trenchant problem for the Christian faith.
Don't we live in a "post-truth" culture that cares more about feelings than facts? People often say, “That may be your truth, but it’s not mine,” as if truth changes based upon what we believe about it or how we feel. In this session, we will consider why truth is vital, learn how to properly define it, examine objections against its knowability and existence, and grasp the powerful implications of truth for our daily lives.
How do we love our LGBTQ friends? What does the Bible say about homosexual behavior and identity? One thing we know for sure is that God loves gay people. And so should we. In this session, Sean offers a biblically informed, yet gracious approach to this contentious issue to help us respond with both clarity and compassion.
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