Next Meetup

Reasonable Faith RVA Meeting
Sorry for the late invite, folks. I'll try to do better, it's just been a busy summer so far. :) Okay, so since we have short time here, I will give you an option to read and evaluate one of three articles. One is on an abstract Christian topic, one on historical argument, and one on a moral topic. Pick one (or all, if you are super motivated) and think about your answers to the following questions BEFORE we get together. 1. What is the key issue at stake here? How does this affect our understanding of God, the world, or apologetics? 2. On which side do you come down, and why? 3. If you were presenting to a small group on this topic, what would you want to say about it, in terms of main points you'd like Christians to know when confronting these arguments? 1. Richard Carrier on Craig Evans' case for Jesus https://www.richardcarrier.info/archives/10935#outline 2. Dawkins and Moral Objection to debate https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2011/oct/20/richard-dawkins-william-lane-craig 3. Theistic personalism vs Thomism (Christian debate, very abstract) https://edwardfeser.blogspot.com/2009/11/william-lane-craig-on-divine-simplicity.html

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Reasonable Faith aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today. The Reasonable Faith Richmond Chapter seeks to locally fulfill the three-fold mission of philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig's Reasonable Faith Ministry: • the existence of God • the meaning of life • the objectivity of truth •the foundation of moral values •the creation of the universe •intelligent design •the reliability of the Gospels •the uniqueness of Jesus •the historicity of the resurrection •the challenge of religious pluralism •to provide an articulate, intelligent voice for biblical Christianity in the public arena. •to challenge unbelievers with the truth of biblical Christianity. •to train Christians to state and defend Christian truth claims with greater effectiveness.

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