Christians are called to offer a rational defense for their hope in the gospel (1 Peter 3:15). Such an apologetic will include reasons for belief as well as a refutation of unbelief. Moreover, it will be characterized by humility and respect.
To that end Reformed Baptist Seminary is offering a three-day seminar on Christian apologetics with a special focus on the practical aspects of defending the faith. Dr Jeffrey Johnson, author of The Absurdity of Unbelief, will contrast the Christian worldview with other world religions and philosophies. Dr. Brian Borgman, author of Feelings and Faith, will address what is perhaps the most serious objection to Christianity. Namely, "God and the Problem of Evil." Finally, Pastor Robert Briggs will lecture on the practical use of apologetics in church ministry. The twelve lectures will serve as part of the curriculum for ST 501 Apologetics.
Lecture Schedule (click here)
First Baptist Church of the Lakes in Las Vegas, Nevada will host the module on Wednesday, October 26th through Friday, October 28th. Students and auditors are welcome! Food and lodging will be provided to a limited number of students. So register as soon as possible. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.