Join us THIS Thursday evening for a powerful presentation and discussion.
“The Problem of Evil and Suffering”
Reasonable Faith Collin County and Dallas Chapters
6:45 to 8:30, Thursday, September 28
Room B116, Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX
South side of 121, just East of Stacy
This book study group will dive into the C S Lewis classic, Mere Christianity, beginning Tuesday, September 12. Meetings are in room A201 (upstairs by elevator) at Cottonwood Creek Church, beginning at 11:00 AM and ending at 12:30. To enroll, click here.
Cottonwood is on the south side of 121, just east of Stacy.
Here is the link to Dr. McGrew’s slides from our August 24 meeting:
We are so grateful for Tim’s willingness to spend an evening with us via Zoom. What a brilliant yet practical presentation.
This book study group will dive into the C S Lewis classic, Mere Christianity, beginning Tuesday, September 12. Meetings are in room B116 at Cottonwood Creek Church, beginning at 11:00 AM and ending at 12:30. To enroll, click here.
Our September and October meeting schedule has been posted. Join us as we are blessed by the following great speakers: Blake Giunta, Mike Licona, Dr. Ray Wilkins and Lenny Esposito. https://rfcctx.com/events-meetings/
Join us as one of our favorite speakers returns to present
The real part 2
Dallas and Collin Chapters
Thursday, August 24
6:45 – 8:30 PM
Don’t miss this “Zoom” meeting with Dr. Tim McGrew as he presents more examples from this fascinating category of evidence for the reliability of the gospels. Dr. McGrew did ‘part 1’ at our July meeting, but there wasn’t enough time to cover all the good stuff; and he said the part 2 stuff is even more interesting. (Note that his ‘part 1’ PowerPoint file is available at the link below.)
Dr. McGrew will be live and interactive via “Zoom”.
If you would like to download his PowerPoint file from our July meeting, click on this link:
Don’t miss our live chapter meeting this Thursday evening. Join your fellow case-makers as Darnell Reaves leads us in search of a better way to keep track of blogs, web sites and video’s.
Where: Cottonwood Creek Church, Room B116 (main floor); south side of 121, just east of Stacy
When: 7:00 – 8:30 PM
The Good News:
The resources available to Christian case makers seem to be endless. There are so many great web sites and videos, and whatever, that you never have to go very far to get the answers you need.
The Bad News:
While the information you need may not be far away, it can sometimes be difficult to find because the world of information is very much like a maze. Unless you have a photographic memory, the information maze can cause a lot of wasted time.
Is there a better way? Is it possible to easily ‘catalog’ resources without being an IT professional? Join your fellow truth-seekers this Thursday evening as Darnell Reaves leads us in a group discussion of the problem and our quest for the solution.
Bring Your Ideas:
What works for you? What do you think might be a practical approach?