JULY 21ST, 2019
COLONIAL BAPTIST CHURCH
ABOUT THE APOLOGETICS CONFERENCE
We plan to hold our fourth annual apologetics conference at Colonial Baptist Church. This year the theme will be Mormonism. Many Christians shy away when the LDS missionaries come knocking on their door. We want to help you engage them with confidence.
That’s why ex-Mormon, James Walker will be speaking on the differences between Mormonism and Christianity. Also, leading author, professor and Resurrection scholar Dr. Gary Habermas will speak on the Deity of Christ. We rejoice in the knowledge that Jesus is God.
Help a Latter Day Saint know it too. You will gain practical guidance on how to answer the door When They Come Knocking. The entire local Christian community will be there. Join us!
(Oh, and you’ll get to experience a live re-enactment of LDS missionaries visiting a Christian home.)
SEE WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
We’ll be focusing on the many apologetic reasons to believe, as presented from a conversational perspective.
Understand the differences between Mormonism and biblical Christianity
Experience a live re-enactment of LDS missionaries visiting a Christian home
Demonstrate the Deity of Christ to your LDS & JW friends
Share the Good News of salvation through faith alone
WHO YOU'LL HEAR FROM
World-class speakers, authors, scientists, and apologists. Those who are challenging the current theories of doubt, etc.
Dr. Gary Habermas
Dr. Gary Habermas has authored over 40 books, 100+ articles and reviews in journals and magazines, and given over 1500 lectures in universities, seminaries, and colleges worldwide. His main areas of research include the philosophical study of miracles, near-death experiences, the historical Jesus, and the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus.
James Walker, the president of Watchman Fellowship, is a former fourth generation Mormon with 20+ years of ministry experience in Christian counter-cult evangelism, apologetics, and discernment. He's been interviewed as an expert on new religious movements and cults multiple tv programs including Nightline, ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, and The News Hour with Jim Lehrer.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
”“Ben, thanks for teaching apologetics. I was glad I could invite my son Daniel to enjoy it with me. I appreciate your view of apologetics as a tool of evangelism. Thanks for caring about the next generation growing up in churches.”Rob