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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 • 9:00am - 9:55am
Breakout 3I* – Why is Christianity Good and not Bad for the World?

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Christianity is now (similar to the early church) charged by many in the west to not only be headless, but also heartless and harmful for the world. As part of "rhetorical apologetics," we need to emphasize ethos and not just logos in showing the goodness as well as the truth of Christianity. By appealing to a broadly accepted set of objective values and goods in the western world that made it great, Christianity is shown to be demonstratively good for civilization. Further, this goodness is best explained by causation from not merely correlation to Christianity. Jesus is the ground for logic and love.

Speakers
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Corey Miller

President/CEO, Ratio Christi
Corey Miller (PhD, Aberdeen) is President/CEO of Ratio Christi: Campus Apologetics Alliance. He grew up in Utah as a seventh generation Mormon before coming to Christ. He's been a pastor, a professor (Purdue and Indiana Universities) of philosophy and comparative religions, and campus... Read More →


Saturday April 9, 2022 9:00am - 9:55am EDT
Rm 319