Showing that no tension exists between faith and reason, Reasonable Faith illustrates that Christianity is fully compatible with the findings of contemporary science, humanitarian ethics, and critical biblical scholarship. You are invited to come to any or all of this year’s events!
2019-20 Schedule: All meetings are in Mohler 212 from 7-8 pm.
This Year's Theme: Investigating the Bible
Date and Topic
Monday, August 26 Is the Bible we have today the same as the Bible as it was originally written?
Monday, September 30 Is there archaeological evidence for the Exodus?
Monday, October 28 Do Old Testament prophecies point toward Jesus?
Monday, November 18 (moved up a week due to the AAR) What can we learn about early Christianity from the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Monday, January 27 Are the right books in the Bible?
Monday, February 24 How should Christians understand biblical inspiration?
Monday, March 23 (moved up a week due to the NAIA Convention) What role should philosophy play in interpreting the Bible?
Monday, April 27 How can we reconcile divine predestination with human free will?