Global Leadership Center
The Big Questions
This four-part series will explore difficult questions that have ignited intense debates from sophisticated thinkers, such as philosophers, scientists, and theologians, to average believers, non-believers, and ordinary seekers.
Skeptics say that belief in God is mere product of neurological wiring, a psychological projection, a socio-cultural construct, or a beneficial mental illusion, placebo, or self-deception. For many thinkers, religious faith is nothing but a crutch for the psychologically weak and the mentally frail. Others assume that a God beyond the sensible cannot be known, and any talk of God is sheer nonsense.
This series on Apologetics is interested in how religious faith and reason are related. Each session seeks to help participants wrestle with their own doubts, examine the validity of their own faith, and equip themselves with insights that help them engage people in meaningful dialogues, debates, and discussions about the reasonableness of belief in God.
Wednesday, Oct 16, 7:30 pm, CCF Center.
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