Christians puzzled by tough and hotly-argued issues such as human origins, atheism, and more will find help in April as NRB Network brings together some of the nation's top Christian apologists for the Know Truth Apologetics Conference.
The conference is Saturday, April 13, 2013, from 9 am to 6 pm at Christ Church Nashville, which is sponsoring the event along with NRB Network.
Attendees will find insights and answers from leading Christian apologists who will address these topics:
-Ray Bohlin, Ph.D., a Discovery Institute Fellow, on "Evidence for Design in Biology"
-William Dembski, Ph.D., a leading intelligent design thinker, on "The Scientific & Cultural Impact of Intelligent Design"
-Stuart McAllister, an apologist for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, on "The Question of Meaning"
-Alex McFarland, an author and popular apologetics speaker, on "What You'll Hear Your Freshman Year"
-Frank Turek, president of CrossExamined.org, on "Why I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist"
-Dan Scott, Senior Pastor at Christ Church Nashville, on "Why Apologetics is Important to the Believer & The Church"
Sessions will be videotaped for later broadcast on the NRB Network, which enjoys a strong reputation for programming that gives viewers well-grounded reasons to believe.
Troy A. Miller, NRB Network President and CEO, praised the event as an opportunity for "NRB viewers, college students and the community at large to interact with some of the most well-known Christian apologists out there in a way that goes beyond the television screen."
Pastor Dan Scott, Senior Pastor of Christ Church Nashville, observed that, "In a globalized, technologically savvy and secular world, the need for coherent, honest answers is more important than ever. This conference addresses that need."
To register for the conference, which is Saturday, April 13, 2013, from 9 am to 6 pm at Christ Church Nashville, visit Know Truth Apologetics Conference online.
Take advantage of a $35 Early-Bird registration rate before Friday, March 15 (cost is $50 per person thereafter). Student registration is $15. Chick-fil-A boxed lunches are available for $7 per person.
NRB Network airs on DIRECTV channel 378, on SkyAngel channel 181, on select local affiliates, and via video streaming on Roku and Android devices and at www.nrbnetwork.tv.