> Princeton University undergraduate > Became a Christian in Berkeley, CA > PhD in Theoretical Chemistry at UC – Berkeley > Postdoctoral work at Yale > Research work at Duke > Emergency surgery (~2010) following a seizure caused by a 5cm brain tumor between cerebellum and occipital lobe > 2015 – Resigned Duke position to homeschool four children, (‘although I still fiddle with quantum mechanics now and then for fun.’) > Principal, South Durham Academy for Math and Science > Tutor, Master’s class at local Classical Conversations homeschool co-op. > Spare time – reading, weight-lifting, and video games
If you loved the “reTHINK” conference and the work of Greg Koukl, Alisa Childers, J Warner Wallace, Natasha Crain, Frank Turek, Mama Bear Apologetics, Sean McDowell, Christopher Yuan and more, you will value this six week study of Greg Koukl’s book, “The Story of Reality”. We are meeting live and online. Click to register.
This class is particularly designed to teach and encourage parents to pass their faith on to the next generation.
Zoom & In-Person Cottonwood Creek Church, Room A200/201
This is not your grandmother’s Sunday school class. This unique Cottonwood Creek life group is dedicated to equipping ourselves, and in turn the next generation, with the knowledge and skills we need to stand strong in this unprecedented time of spiritual warfare. If we are not inoculated with the world’s viral ‘killer ideas‘, then we have not put on the full armor of God.
Because the real Christmas is never over, we will take one more look at this historic event that triggered the greatest revolution in human history. Join us as we look at Truth vs. Lies; Facts vs. Myths. And, oh yeah … HAPPY NEW YEAR!
We meet In Person at Cottonwood Creek Church: Room B118 (main floor, next to the atrium entrance)
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 Fellowship
Is 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?