Final Meeting of 2017 – Monday, Dec 11

Please Join Us This Evening

Monday, December 11

Our First Monday Meeting Ever

Our final meeting of 2017!
  An Evening of Shared Ideas

A special time of round table discussions:
Christmas Related Apologetics Topics
Current Hot Topics

Reasonable Faith
Dallas and Collin County Chapters

MONDAY, December 11
6:45 – 8:15 PM

Room B116 (downstairs)

We’ve been through a lot of great topics, speakers and discussions in the two years since the birth of our Collin County chapter of Reasonable Faith.

So, this meeting will be a time to take a breather, to reflect on the Christmas season, and to just get together to talk about whatever comes up — including your suggestions for our 2018 meeting plans.

Please join us as we wrap up the current year and look forward to the next.

6:45 PM, MONDAY, December 11

Reasonable Faith Chapter Meeting
Collin County and Dallas Chapters

Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen
ROOM B116 – Main Floor

South side of 121,  just East of Stacy

We will be in room B116, main floor, for this meeting.

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Reasonable Faith Chapter Meeting, Monday, December 11

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Our last chapter meeting of 2017 will also be our FIRST ever MONDAY meeting.

As we race toward Christmas, this will be a relaxed evening of sharing and discussion.

Please join us: 
6:45 PM, December 11
Cottonwood Creek Church, South side of 121 just East of Stacy

ROOM B116 (main floor)


Join us as Ron Woodruff presents:

“Does the O.T. God Condone Genocide, Slavery and Rape?”

Reasonable Faith
Dallas and Collin Chapters

This Thursday, November 9
6:45 – 8:15 PM

If you want sex and violence,  the Old Testament has more than you’ll ever need!  But in what context?

Why are those stories in there and what do they mean?

More importantly, are the new atheists’ assertions true and how should we respond?


Plan to join us for this fast paced but highly interactive session.

Another great Zoom meeting, Thursday, Oct 26

Join us as acclaimed apologist/author/blogger/speaker


“Is Christmas Based On a Pagan Holiday”

Reasonable Faith
Dallas and Collin Chapters

This Thursday, October 26
6:45 PM

*** In Room A200, Upstairs by the Elevator ***

Don’t miss this “Zoom” meeting as Lenny addresses one the new atheists’ most popular assertions.

As described so well at,
“Lenny Esposito is president and founder of Come Reason Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization, and author of the popular Web site. He has taught apologetics and Christian worldview for twenty years and has authored hundreds of articles dealing with intellectually strenuous topics such as the existence of God, theology, philosophy, social issues and Biblical difficulties.

Lenny is an in-demand speaker, teaching at conferences, churches, and schools across the nation. His articles appear in the popular Apologetics Study Bible for Students (B&H, 2010) as well as the books A New Kind of Apologist (Harvest House, 2016) and True Reason: Confronting the Irrationality of the New Atheism (Kregel, 2014).His articles have appeared in the Los Angeles Times and the Southern California Christian Times. He has debated many topics on faith and reason and the rationality of the Christian worldview, including his debate against Richard Carrier on the question “Does God Exist?”

Lenny is a pioneer in online ministry efforts. He began using the Web to reach others near its beginnings in 1996. He produces one of the top 16 apologetics podcasts according to Apologetics 315 and his site has been viewed millions of times by visitors from nearly every country in the world.”

Chapter meeting tonight at Cottonwood – Thur, 10/12

🔥 TONIGHT! Dr. Ray Wilkins on the triune God

🔥 6:45 to 8:15, Cottonwood Creek Church, room B118

As a veteran army paratrooper, Dr Wilkins brings a fascinating perspective on questions of theology and faith. Tonight, he will share his passion for understanding all he can about the triune God and what kind of world we would expect this God to create.

WHERE?  Cottonwood Creek is on the south side of 121, just east of Stacy – a couple of miles west of 75.

MORE on Ray Wilkins, PhD in systematic theology:

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