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This year isn’t just about discussing what we believe about God, the Bible, and Jesus Christ, but why we believe it.  My goal for 2022 is two-fold: (1) OFFENSE: to present the evidence for God, the Bible as God’s Word, and Jesus as God’s Son; (2) DEFENSE: to respond to some of the more prominent arguments, objections, and questions raised by atheists, skeptics, and critics that may have trickled down into the minds of your co-workers, classmates, family, or friends.  Below is the monthly breakdown for 2022:

JANUARY                 A Rational Faith

FEBRUARY                The Evidence for God (Pt. 1)

MARCH                     The Evidence for God (Pt. 2)          

APRIL                         The Problems with Evolution

MAY                           The Problem of Evil & Suffering

JUNE                          The Evidence for the Bible as God’s Word

JULY                           The Question of the Bible’s Canonicity (Part 1Part 2)

AUGUST                    The Question of the Bible’s Transmission

SEPTEMBER              The Question of the Bible’s Historicity     

OCTOBER                  The Question of the Bible’s Miracles

NOVEMBER              The Evidence for Jesus as God’s Son (Pt. 1)

DECEMBER1              The Evidence for Jesus as God’s Son (Pt. 2)

DECEMBER2                     A Resolute Faith      

Except for December, I’ll only take one Sunday out of each month to address our theme.  If you’re a believer, I want this year’s theme to edify and equip you.  If you’re a quasi-believer or unbeliever, and you’re not sure about the big claims of Christianity, then I want this year’s theme to challenge you, create dialogue, and ultimately push you toward becoming a disciple of Jesus.

“. . . but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect. . . .” 1 Peter 3:15