Having a Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World

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A few weeks ago our church hosted an apologetics conference put on by my alma mater, Biola University. It’s a series of lectures entitled, “Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World.” We had lots of great speakers here presenting. Here are a few of the highlights:

What you believe will determine how you behave and, ultimately, who you become.

Be motivated, be prayerful, and be prepared.

The key word is dialogue, not debate.

Ordinary people can commit extraordinary evil.

Don’t confuse niceness with goodness.

Understanding human evil demonstrates God’s patience and judgement.

Your finest hour is when life falls apart and you still honor God.

Eternity will dwarf our suffering to insignificance.

Natural laws most work in regular ways for our actions to have meaning.

You can approach religion in a thoughtful way.

“God whispers in our pleasure but shouts in our pain.” – CS Lewis

Believe + Receive = Become.

No one is beyond hope.

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