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Regular Monthly Meeting

  • Jul 28, 2013 · 2:30 PM
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This year we will be attempting something new

 

At precisely 2:30 PM we will watch a DVD best selling author Timothy Keller on "The Reason for God; Conversations on Faith and Life" which is a video that was filmed live in which Timothy Keller talks to six people about their doubts and objections to Christianity.  Using literature, philosophy, real-life experiences, and the Bible.  Keller and the group explore the truth claims of Christianity.

How can god be full of love and wrath at the same time?  How can a good God send good people to hell?

We will discuss the video for 30 minutes and then have our open topic discussion beginning at 3:30.

 

 

 

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  • chris

    what then is true-- how is this then defined -- examine the Two Culutres by CP Snow

    July 12, 2013

  • chris

    Is science itself a myth --- check out Levi-Strauss and Mythology -- it is more true-- if this the question-- Ins't the Bible a Myth-- what then is a myth and what would not quality as a myth--- has SuperString be proved as predicated by the second question--- what do you all think

    July 12, 2013

    • Dr. Norman R. W.

      The question is our definition of "myth". Only once we have defined "myth" can we determine if something is a "myth" or not. If a "myth" is a "world view" or "mega interpretation" to make sense of the particulars, a global story to make sense of all the data, then many things could be said to be a "myth". Now if a "myth" is an irrational story told to make moral sense of the world then many things would not be a myth. Including both science and the Bible. So it all depends on how we interpret "myth"

      July 27, 2013

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