Great Intelligent Design Speaker THIS THURSDAY at UTD

Mark Your Calendar
This Thursday evening, November 1

It is a great privilege to welcome this great intelligent design advocate and distinguished Baylor University professor to this multi-chapter Reasonable Faith meeting at U.T.-Dallas.

Robert J. Marks II
Distinguished Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Baylor University

To say Dr Marks is qualified to discuss issues related to intelligent design is like saying Paul the Apostle was qualified to discuss issues related to God’s grace.

This will be the only November meeting for our Collin County chapter.

Thursday, November 1 

7:45 PM
UTD, Room MC 2.410 (library)


“Mommy. My best friend says Noah’s Ark is just a fairy tale!”

This Sunday, we will learn how to respond to another of the most ‘popular’ criticisms of Christianity.  The majority of Americans no longer believe that the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God and is not historically accurate.
  • How do we know the Old Testament stories are true?
  • Why isn’t there any evidence for the exodus from Egypt?
  • What about all contradictions in the Bible?
  • How much archaeological evidence do we have, especially in the O.T.?
  • What about all those proven errors in the N.T. manuscripts?
  • What about the so-called facts that the N.T. got wrong?
Join your fellow TruthTalkers this Sunday,October 28.
4:00 – 5_30
Room B116, Cottonwood Creek Church

Thursday, Oct 25 – Live Speaker on “Apologetics for Humans”

What Is “Apologetics for Humans”?
How can we persuasively engage today’s culture with the Gospel?  What works and what doesn’t?  Isn’t it sufficient to quote scripture and simply present the Gospel?  Since only God can save, what reason do we have to study apologetics?
Join us Thursday evening at Cottonwood as we tackle these questions and more.

This Thursday, Oct 25
6:45 – 8:15 PM
We are in for a real treat as this talented and knowledgeable young speaker brings a refreshing and practical message on the role of apologetics for today’s Christians and Christian churches.
Luke Knight – Director, Reasonable Faith, Denver Chapter
With a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience beyond his years, Luke and his bride have recently moved from Denver to Fort Worth to pursue his doctorate at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  Having led the Denver Reasonable Faith chapter for several years, he is well aware of the challenges and opportunities we face today as Christian case-makers.  We are privileged to have him as our speaker this Thursday evening.
Personal Invitation from Luke
“Apologetics often becomes a specialized field of study, complete with its own culture, jargon, methodology, and assumptions. Often times this “foreign language” that apologists speak leaves us frustratingly unable to communicate with others.
Apologetics for Humans seeks to bridge this divide between the apologists and other humans. The goal is to have more fruitful conversations with others, both believers and non-believers alike, about the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to Persuasively Engage the Culture with the Gospel.
In order to do this, we have to understand where the culture is, and how we got here, then we can begin to understand other people better and increase our persuasiveness for Christ’s Kingdom.
I hope to see you on Thursday, so we can unpack Apologetics for Humans: Persuasively Engaging Culture with the Gospel.”

Reasonable Faith Chapter Meeting

Dallas and Collin County Chapters

Thursday, October 25
6:45 – 8:15 PM
Cottonwood Creek
Room B-116 (main floor)

Cottonwood is on the south side of 121, just east of Stacy.

To subscribe to chapter emails:
Facebook group:  Reasonable Faith Collin County



Do Christians hate my gay friends?

THIS SUNDAY, 4:00-5:30, at Cottonwood

TruthTALKS Class

🔥 Today’s Hottest Issue? 🔥


Join us this Sunday afternoon as we tackle what is perhaps today’s most contentious issue. Christians are attacked and ridiculed for being “radical”, hateful, intolerant, homophobic, transphobic, bigoted and hypocritical.

What is the true Biblical view on this issue and how should we respond when questioned or criticized?

Join us as we consider the core issues and then develop a practical strategy for handling questions from our kids as well as ridicule in the public square.

We will consider multiple points of view, but the ultimate question is: WWJD?

Sunday, Oct 21
4:00 to 5:30 (during AWANA)
Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen
Room B116