Are you interested in learning more about Christian Apologetics? Women in Apologetics (WIA) is hosting a 3-day conference June 9-11th in Boca Raton, FL! And it’s also available online! Included in this post is the promotional video for the event found on WIA’s webpage, a registration link, as well as a definition of Christian Apologetics by CrossExamined.
“Our 2022 Annual Conference theme is The Word Became Flesh, inspired by John 1:14. With both in-person and live-streaming attendance options available, the conference will feature over 15 speaker sessions and many opportunities for fellowship with like-minded women. Headlining topics will range from in-depth analysis of the incarnation to practical applications gleaned from the life of Jesus in all aspects of our culture today. In addition, choose from 16 breakout sessions and workshops covering relevant topics, deep discussions, and plenty of time for questions. We can’t wait to connect with you – either in Florida or on-screen!”
🎉Link to Registration Page: https://womeninapologetics.com/2022wiaconf/
“What is Christian Apologetics?” by CrossExamined.org:
“The word apologetics first appears in the New Testament in 1 Peter 3:15 where the Apostle Peter addressed early Christians in Asia Minor (a Roman province) who were suffering persecution because of their faith in Christ. He writes:
But even if you should suffer for righteousness’ sake, you will be blessed. Have no fear of them nor be troubled, but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense (apologia) to anyone who asks you for a reason (logos) for the hope that is within you: yet do it with gentleness and respect (ESV).
Within this one verse, Christian apologetics is summarized nicely. Christian apologetics can be summarized in two parts: (a) objective reasons and evidence that Christianity is true (it corresponds to reality) and, (b) the communication of that truth to the world.”
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