The Place of Apologetics in the Church Today
“Today’s culture emphasizes tolerance, openness, and individual rights, and yet is suspicious of those who speak about the possibility of attaining universal truth in matters of God and spirituality. This session on apologetics will assist us in better understanding the essential Christian teachings that unite all Christians so that we might more effectively provide a response in the pluralistic world in which we live.”
Presented by: Dr. Paul Chamberlain
Dr. Paul Chamberlain is the director of the Institute for Christian Apologetics at Trinity Western University (ACTS division) and has taught ethics, philosophy of religion and Christian Apologetics at TWU since 1990. He has also worked with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries during part of that time. Dr. Chamberlain has appeared on numerous radio and television talk shows, debated on university campuses, and is a frequent guest speaker at public functions. He is the author of four books: Can We be Good Without God, Final Wishes, How To Talk About Good and Bad Without Getting Ugly: A Guide to Moral Persuasion, and Why People Don’t Believe: Confronting Seven Challenges to Christian Faith as well as a number of articles addressing current social and moral issues.
Required Text: None
Date: Saturday, May 6 | 9:30am-3pm
Course Fee (includes lunch):
- Until April 30: $35
- At the door: $40
Online registration closes on April 30 at 11:59pm.