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In a world of pandemics, violence, civil unrest, natural disasters, and utter confusion, how can we believe in and uphold the truth and goodness of Christianity? Join world-class scholars at FBC Rock Hill, in Rock Hill, SC, for the 28th annual SES National Conference on Christian Apologetics as we become more equipped to defend the truth and goodness of the Gospel in a dark and confused world. For questions, call (704) 847-5600 x201

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Saturday, April 9 • 10:15am - 12:00pm
Debate: Is a Good God Logically Possible?

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We will explore the question of whether or not the all-good, all-powerful God of traditional theism is logically compatible with all the evil in the world.
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Richard G. Howe

Provost; Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics, and Norman L. Geisler Chair of Christian Apologetics, SES Alum, Southern Evangelical Seminary
Richard G. Howe is a writer as well as a public speaker and debater in churches, conferences, and university campuses on issues concerning Christian apologetics and philosophy. He is Provost, Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics, and Norman L. Geisler Chair of Christian Apologetics... Read More →

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Brian Huffling

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Theology, SES Alum, Southern Evangelical Seminary
Brian is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Theology and the Director of the Ph.D. program at Southern Evangelical Seminary. He has taught at The Art Institute of Charlotte, Arborbrook Christian Academy, and also teaches at Apologia. His BA is from Lee University in History with... Read More →
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James Sterba

Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
Jim Sterba teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in ethics and political philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. He has published 35 books, and over 200 articles. And he is past president of the American Philosophical Association, Central Division, the North American Society... Read More →

Saturday April 9, 2022 10:15am - 12:00pm EDT
Worship Center