If you attend the North End Campus you are aware that we are doing an Apologetics class over the next 6 Saturday. The first class is April 1, from 3:00-4:30 pm at the North End Campus: 239 Selkirk Avenue. This video gives a brief explanation about what Apologetics is and why it’s important. If you are a North End Campus attender you should be at these classes.
Topics will include: How to have effective conversations with people who have different beliefs or values, Can we know that God exists? Is it rational and reasonable to believe in God? Is there evidence that Jesus existed? Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Why should I believe and listen to a 2000 year old book? Is the Bible trustworthy? and much more.
If you or someone you know has asked those questions or other questions you didn’t know how to answer, then the Apologetics class is where you need to be for the next 6 Saturday’s. You will learn not only learn good answers to tough questions, but also how to ask good questions that lead to fruitful, respectful conversations with people who don’t presently believe what you believe.
Each class will include some teaching time focused on a specific topic (does God exist, why is there so much pain and suffering, etc.) as well as time for Q&A and discussion.