Nov. 18, 2017
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA. — Nationally renowned apologists and philosophers will teach Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. residents how to make a case for Christ in a hostile world April 12-13 at “Axiom: Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World,” the third conference of Biola University’s apologetics spring tour.
Hosted by Christ Fellowship church in Palm Beach Gardens, the conference will focus on the concrete knowledge of the Christian faith dispelling the idea that Christianity is all about mystery. Leaders in Christian thinking and philosophy Lee Strobel, Craig Hazen, Mary Jo Sharp, Clay Jones and Paul Copan will share how scholarship and thinking in history, philosophy, science, and cultural studies point to the truth of the Christian worldview.
Breakout sessions and various training seminars will lend to practical ways the Christian faith is and can be defended.
To attend “Axiom: Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World,” register online at https://www.biola.edu/on-the-road. Tickets are $20 for students and active military members, $35 for adult individuals and $60 for married couples. Group pricing can also be found on the website. The conference is being held at Christ Fellowship at 5343 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418.
To view the entire Biola apologetics tour schedule, visit http://www.biola.edu/on-the-road. To request to have Biola’s apologetics department host a conference, visit http://www.biola.edu/on-the-road/host/.
Limited press passes are available. Contact Jenna Bartlo, Media Relations Specialist, at 562.777.4061 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a press pass or to schedule a media interview with any of the speakers.
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