Oct. 20, 2017
KEARNEY, NEB. –– On April 26, 2014, five renowned Christian leaders will tackle some of today’s toughest questions about Christianity like “Why God allows evil?” at an event in Kearney, Neb. Hosted by Biola University Christian Apologetics program and Kearney Evangelical Free Church, the event aims to educate the audience on how to have a reasonable faith.
Questions like “Why does God allow evil?”, “Is there evidence for the resurrection?,” “Does God Exist?” and “Are the Scriptures reliable?” will be answered at the one-day conference. The event is in conjunction with Biola’s “On the Road” series that educates Christians across the world on “Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World.” Speakers include:
In addition to Nebraska, Biola will also travel internationally to London in summer 2014.
To attend “Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World,” register online at https://www.biola.edu/on-the-road. Tickets are $20 before the event, $30 at the door and $15 for full-time students. Students must show student IDs at the door. The conference is being held at Kearney Evangelical Free Church at 4010 7th Ave, Kearney, Neb. 68845.
To view the entire “Biola on the Road” schedule visit: https://www.biola.edu/on-the-road. To request to have Biola’s apologetics program host a conference at your church, visit https://www.biola.edu/on-the-road#host.
For press passes or to schedule a media interview with any of the speakers, contact Jenna Bartlo, media relations specialist, at 562.777.4061 or email@example.com.
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