20/20: A Vision for the Church
At the Intersection of Faith and Politics
With TWO Dynamic Speakers
on Religion and Culture:
Frank Turek and Steve Noble
DOORS OPEN AT 1:30 PM
Sunday, August 2nd, 2pm to 6pm
2PM TO 6 PM, Doors Open at 1:30 PM
COLONIAL BAPTIST CHURCH,
6051 Tryon Road, Cary, NC
SUNDAY, August 2nd, 2020
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
What is it Like to be a Christian Official in Civil Government?
When Should the Christian Run for Political Office?
The Proper Role of the Christian in American Politics?
Some Say You Can’t Legislate Morality. Is that True?
The Real Meaning of Separation of Church & State?
WHO YOU'LL HEAR FROM
Dr. Frank Turek is a dynamic speaker and award-winning author or coauthor of Correct, Not Politically Correct, and Legislating Morality. Frank hosts an hour-long TV program each week called I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist that is broadcast Wednesday nights on DirecTV Channel 378 (NRBTV). His radio program called CrossExamined with Frank Turek airs on 186 stations every Saturday morning at 10 a.m. eastern and is available continuously on the free CrossExamined App. Frank is a widely featured guest in the media as a leading apologetics expert and cultural commentator. He has appeared on hundreds of radio programs and many top TV programs including: The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity and Colmes, Faith Under Fire, and Politically Incorrect. He also writes a column for Townhall.com and several other sites.
Steve is host of The Steve Noble Show, a popular Christian talk radio program. He has worked with Focus on the Family, Greg Laurie & Harvest Crusaders, David Jeremiah & Turning Point, The American Family Association, and Family Research Council. His first book, The Making of a Christian Wacko recounts his journey from apathetic Christian and political activist to surrendered Gospel professing Christian. Noble earned his MA in Ethics, Theology and Culture from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and teaches Christian Ethics, Civics and Government to the home school community in Raleigh, North Carolina.