Big Questions: Christian Claims in a Secular World
What's True, and How Do We Know?
Christian faith claims to be based on truth. But how do Christian truth claims stand up to the many objections raised against them in secular society? Should Christians simply retreat to the private religious sphere in the face of difficult questions, or are there satisfying and robust answers? This Wednesday evening course is an introduction to Christian apologetics - articulating and defending Christian truth claims. Each session will consist of a short presentation followed by interactive question and answer so that participants get to ask all of their own Big Questions.
For more information please contact Mark (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dates and Topics
25 September - Introduction to Apologetics
02 October - How do we know what we know?
09 October - Worldview thinking
16 October - Is the New Testament reliable?
23 October - Suffering: why do bad things happen to good people?
30 October - Contemporary culture - internet and entertainment. What is person?
06 November - Is Christian Faith incompatible with what science tells us?
13 November - Sex and Relationships; Why would god Not Want Me to Have Fun?
20 November - Don't all religions lead to the same God?
27 November - How can a good God judge people?