Just a quick message to confirm that
our only remaining meeting this year is
Thursday, December 10, 6:15 *
Because of the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays, we will not be meeting the fourth Thursday of November or December.
* Our December 10 meeting will be a special year-end gathering and celebration of the birth of Jesus.
Cottonwood Creek Church
Please watch your email, our Facebook group page, and our chapter website – rfcctx.com – for more information.
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Think Christianly excerpt from foreword
There is also a web site with a wealth of information and resource. A question and link titled, “IS YOUR STUDENT READY”, is currently posted at this site. Check it out.
Chapter Meeting, December 10
YES! We are meeting one more time this year!
We have this exceptional opportunity to hear
Casey Luskin, acclaimed scientist and spokesman for the Discovery Institute.
- Can evolution explain the origin of life?
- Can evolution explain the information required for life?
- Can evolution explain the complexity of life?
- Can evolution explain the creation of new “kinds” of life?
- What are “IDEA” clubs and how can they help us?
To learn more about Casey and the Discovery Institute: http://www.discovery.org/p/188
Yes, this will be an interactive “Zoom” meeting. As much as we would love to have Casey visit us in person, it just isn’t ‘in the cards’, but we can enjoy world-class speakers via the internet.
Please plan to join us:
Thursday, December 10, 6:45 PM
Cottonwood Creek Church – Room 202
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And, by the way, this site currently lists ten great reference books that are available for free in designated formats. I just “bought” the Kindle version of the G.K. Chesterton classic, “Orthodoxy”, for zero dollars. And I downloaded the mp3 version of “Mere Christianity” so I can listen to this all time classic during our upcoming road trips.