There are claims that an ancient pagan god was born of a virgin, had 12 disciples, worked miracles, was resurrected from the dead and more. Those claims go on to argue that Christianity is based on ‘stealing’ those stories from such previous myths.
So, what’s the real truth? How could someone make such claims?
Join us this Thursday at 7:00 PM This is a joint meeting with Reasonable Faith UTD
This Thursday evening, October 1, 6:45-8:15 via Zoom
James Walker President of Watchman FellowshipIs our guest speaker this Thursday evening. James is simply one of the world’s foremost authorities on the LDS church, and Watchman Fellowship is one of the world’s richest resources for information for every kind of cult, movement and heretical leader.
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So, what’s the problem?
My wonderful Mormon neighbors claim to be Christians, and they really love Jesus. So, was Joseph Smith a false prophet?
Why should we be concerned with the doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints? Was Joseph Smith a “false prophet”? So, what kind of conversations should we be having with Mormon friends and Mormon missionaries?
Our new Cottonwood Creek group, “Evidence of Faith”, is joining the local chapter of Reasonable Faith for this series of meetings with exceptional guest speakers. Here are three primary reasons why these topics are so important:
The Bible commands us to always be prepared to defeat bad ideas.
Jesus, Paul and Peter (and others) demonstrate the use and importance of apologetics.
Evidence matters and evidence defeats doubt.
Apologetics is more important than ever because the “new atheists” are leading the attack on Christianity as never before, and social media is their megaphone. Their attacks have convinced many that we’re in a “post Christian” era in America. The majority of “Sunday school kids” are walking away from their faith after high school. That’s why the number of “street apologists” – and their podcasts, videos, blogs and conferences – has increased so dramatically in the past few years.
Join us as we lead the counterattack. The evidence is on our side. We don’t have to rely on blind faith. Evidence matters and evidence defeats doubt.
This NEW weekly “Reasonable Faith” group will begin meeting online
via Zoom, Thursday evening, September 10. The purpose of this group is to enable us to constructively engage a confused and angry world – to respond graciously but effectively when we encounter doubts, questions and criticisms.
Watch this website and our Facebook group for more information.
Facebook group: “Reasonable Faith Collin County”
Zoom meeting ID and password will be posted here and on Facebook after Labor Day