Join your fellow Christian case makers for this meeting with the ‘other half’ of the Nabeel Qureshi story. If you’re not familiar with David’s story or with his radical turnabout as a regenerate Christian, we strongly suggest you take the time to watch his YouTube video, “Why I Am a Christian, David Wood”.
Reasonable Faith Collin County chapter
Thursday, April 19, 6:45 PM
Room B116, Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX
Cottonwood is on the south side of 121, just east of Stacy.
Join your fellow case makers as Detective Wallace shows us how to become more confident case-makers?
We meet every Tuesday (except holidays), from 11:00 to 12:30.
Room B116, Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX. Cottonwood is on the south side of 121, just east of Stacy.
For more information, go to rfcctx.com/study-questions.
Dr. McGrew has graciously provided all the slides he used in his Cottonwood Creek presentations.
Go to https://rfcctx.com/resources/ to download the Powerpoint file(s).
Here’s a quick summary. Follow the links for more information.
3/22 Thursday Evening: Tim McGrew, Multi-Chapter Reasonable Faith Meeting. “Is It Rational to Believe in Miracles?” (Scroll down for details & link)
3/23 Friday: Intelligent Design ‘Education Day’. World Class I.D. Scientists http://www.discovery.org/e/5815
3/25 Sunday: Tim McGrew at Cottonwood Creek:
8:00 – AM Apologetics Class, “How to Study Apologetics”, Room A212
9:30 – Adult Life Group, “Evidence for the Resurrection”, Room A212
11:00 AM – Adult Life Group, “Evidence for the Resurrection”, Room A200
3:00 PM – Ministry Academy class, “Evidential Value of Acts”, worship center
Cottonwood Creek Church is on south side of 121, just east of Stacy
Details for Thursday evening event at UTD:
7pm Can it Be Rational to Believe in Miracles?
UT Dallas – in Richardson, TX
HH 2.502 (http://www.utdallas.edu/maps/) – near center of map; guest parking in PS4
Dr. McGrew is in town and his army of ‘McGrewpies’ know how knowledgeable and engaging he is.
His incredibly busy agenda includes the following:
Thursday evening: Reasonable Faith multi-chapter meeting at UTD, “Is There a Rational Basis for Miracles?”
Sunday, 8 – 9:15 AM, Cottonwood Creek Church, Apologetics Class, “How to Study Apologetics”
Sunday, 9:30 – 10:45, Cottonwood Creek Church, Large Adult Life Group
Sunday, 11:00 – 12:15, Cottonwood Creek Church, High School Worship, “Evidence for the Resurrection”
Sunday, 3:00 – 4:20, Ministry Academy Class, Cottonwood Creek Church, “Evidence for the Book of Acts”
All events are open to visitors. More details will be posted later this week.
Daniel Ray will be our very special guest speaker this Sunday morning. Yes, this requires an early wake-up and yes it will be worth it. Dan has a masters in apologetics from HBU and he has a passion for the way the Hubble telescope and C S Lewis come together to simply amaze us as we consider the first chapters of Genesis and John and what that tells us about the Kingdom of God.
Cottonwood Creek Church (South side of 121, just east of Stacy in Allen)
Room A212 (upstairs near the elevator)
8:00 to 9:15 AM, Sunday, March 11
Chapter 6, “Jesus Among Other Gods”
Enjoy. Hope you can join us Tuesday, March 13. 11:00 AM
Room B116, Cottonwood Creek Church
To download discussion questions and to get more information: rfcctx.com/study-questions
C. Michael Patton has an amazing story to tell and message to share. And we are blessed to have him as our Zoom speaker this Thursday evening. The Credo House story is one you won’t want to miss.
6:45 PM, Room B116, Cottonwood Creek Church in Allen (south side of 121, just east of Stacy)
Continue reading Chapter Meeting This Thursday, Feb 22
Our next Reasonable Faith chapter meeting will feature a powerful Zoom speaker. Watch for more details here, or in our Facebook group page, or in your email inbox.
New members are welcome as we explore the wisdom of this great little book by Ravi Zacharias.
“Jesus Among Other Gods”
To get the most out of each meeting, you will want to download the study questions at rfcctx.com/study-questions. Or just click here.
We meet from 11:00 to 12:30 each Tuesday and take turns tackling each of the discussion questions. One thing we guarantee is a lively discussion.
Again, if you have not read the chapter and prepared the discussion questions, you are still more than welcome. While our discussions are tethered to Ravi’s book, you will be able to enjoy and learn without doing the recommended ‘homework’.