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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 • 1:45pm - 2:40pm
Breakout 4A – How We Got the Building Blocks of Life

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The cosmic mass density must be exquisitely fine-tuned for there to be any carbon, nitrogen, or oxygen in the universe. The quantities and proximities to the proto-solar system of asymptotic red giant stars, type II supernovae, hypernovae, and especially neutron star merger events also must be exquisitely fine-tuned to produce the needed quantities of elements heavier than iron that are essential for life and crucial for sustaining civilization. Another feature crucial for advanced life is for the solar system to be born in the most life-hostile part of our galaxy and early in its history ejected into the most life-friendly part of our galaxy.

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Hugh Ross

Founder & Senior Scholar, SES Adjunct Professor, Reasons to Believe
Astrophysicist Hugh Ross is the founder of Reasons to Believe, an organization that researches and communicates how discoveries about nature harmonize with the words of the Bible. He currently serves as the RTB Senior Scholar. His books include Weathering Climate Change, The Creator... Read More →

Saturday April 9, 2022 1:45pm - 2:40pm EDT
Worship Center