Apologetics Seminar

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Apologetics Seminar



APOLOGETICS SEMINAR
Join well-known apologist Charlie Campbell for a seminar that will encourage & equip Christians to defend their faith! The workshop will take place at CCOB on Friday, Feb. 24th, from 7:30pm to 9:45pm.
Two main topics will be covered during the evening:
One Minute Answers to Skeptics'
Top Seven Questions
This workshop addresses questions such as: "Why does God allow evil and suffering? How do we know the Bible is true? Will God condemn people to hell who have never heard of Jesus?"
The Da Vinci Code Examined
This workshop examines quotes from the popular novel, The Da Vinci Code, and holds them up to the light of God's Word and other evidences that reveal why the novel should not be trusted.
Admission to the seminar is free of charge and is open to all. For more details, contact Pastor Brien at 732-679-9222.

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