February 4, 2021 – Kenneth Samples

Date: Thursday, February 4, 2021

Time: 12:30-1:30

Location: Zoom ONLY – In light of the restrictions that are placed on the number of people who can be a room safely, the challenges of providing prepackaged meals, and concern and care for one another in the Covid-19 environment we are living in, we’ve decided to hold our monthly meetings via zoom until conditions dictate otherwise.

The speaker for our February meeting of 2021 will be Kenneth Samples, senior research scholar at Reasons to Believe ministry. Ken’s topic will be Five Ways Christianity is Reasonable (abstract below).

Ken earned his M.A. in theology from Talbot School of Theology and has written several books including “A World of Difference: Putting Christian Truth-Claims to a Worldview Test,” and “God Among Sages: Why Jesus is Not Just Another Religious Leader.”

Abstract:

Is the Christian faith a reasonable religion? Many non-Christians—and Christians, too—have argued that it is not. Since this perception of Christianity persists, it is important to examine ways that historic Christianity is reasonable. This talk reviews five ways that the Christian faith is uniquely compatible with reason. Using philosophy, logic, and theology, this talk seeks to demonstrate how Christianity not only comports with reason, but also explains reality better than any other alternative.

We will provide the Zoom link to everyone who sends in a RSVP by Wednesday, February 3, by 10 pm. You can RSVP by filling out the form below.

RSVP

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.