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4/17/13 at 12:12 PM 0 Comments

Upcoming conference links apologetics to abortion and other life issues

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What does Christianity have to do with life issues such as abortion, euthanasia, and assisted suicide? Aren’t these just political issues? Why should you impose your opinions on others? But what if the Gospel, which announces life eternal, itself requires a defense of Life? An online apologetics conference coming April 21-23rd will explore these issues. Steven Mosher of the Population Research Institute is the keynote.

Register and learn more at http://onlineapologeticsconference.com


 A Defense of the Faith

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Defense of Life

AN ONLINE CONFERENCE

April 21-23, 2013

 Keynote: Steven Mosher

President of Population Research Institute

 Steven W. Mosher is an internationally recognized authority on China and population issues. He tirelessly fights coercive population control programs and has helped hundreds of thousands of women and families worldwide over the years.

Other Speakers:

 Gary Habermas | Ryan MacPherson | Angus Menuge | Derek Elkins | Holly Ordway | James Agresti | Greg Koukl | Roy Abraham Varghese | Jason Jones | Anthony Horvath | Jamie Greening | Glenn Jones | Nick Kaminsky | Letitia Wong | Greg West | Mark Riser | Dave Sterrett

Is abortion just a ‘political issue’? Isn’t the Church’s job simply to preach the Gospel? But what if the Gospel and the sanctity of Life go hand in hand? What if the Gospel itself is undermined by not defending life? Might a defense of the faith be a defense of life, and vice versa? This conference will explore the importance of a robust, informed Christian worldview for cultivating a culture of life, and call attention to the role that apologetics has in creating that worldview.

 ‘At the door’ Registration Fee: $59.95. Early Registration: $19.95.

www.onlineapologeticsconference.com

 Conference hosted by Athanatos Christian Ministries

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