Faith at University
What are the common issues that Christians face in their study at university? This symposium will seek to address that question and help to introduce young people to the challenges and skills necessary for their faith to survive the tertiary environment. Guest speakers include Paul Windsor, Dr David Richmond, Doug and Puti Wilson, Yael Klangwisan (Laidlaw College), and issues discussed will be university life, how Christians can impact the university, how a career as a scientist can relate to faith, and apologetics in the academy. This has been set up particularly for young adults and Year 13s, and will feature Scripture Union, TSCF, Student life, and Thinking Matters.
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When: Friday 16th Oct, 7:00 – 9:30pm
Where: Lynfield Community Church, 35 the Avenue, Lynfield
Thinking Biblically in a Postmodern World
Dr. Bryan Martin will discuss post-modernism and how this new cultural and philosophical mood relates to the Christian worldview. Bryan is the director of Biblical Foundations at the Hamilton Christian School and is married to Laura and they have three young children. He has trained as a teacher at the University of Waikato and has since graduated with degrees in Divinity and Ministry from The ‘Masters Seminary’ in the USA. After nine years in full-time ministry, including four years of pastoring a Church in the UK, Bryan now lives in hamilton, NZ, where he serves as an elder in his home church.
When: 17 & 18 Oct
Where: Manurewa Bible Church, 84 Maich Rd
Cost: Donations are encouraged to help cover costs
2-3: Understanding our Times: What is Postmodernism?
3.15-3.45: Afternoon Tea
4-5: Irreconcillable Differences: Post-Modernism and the Bible
5.15-6.45: Fellowship Tea
7-8: A New Church in Town: Understanding the Emerging Church
10-12.15 Divine Architecture: Following the Master’s Plan for His Church (regular Sunday Service)
7-8 Courageous and Unashamed: Impacing our generation with the Gospel
(source: Joe Fleener at Emeth Aletheia)
Unlimited Apologetics: Faith and Science symposium
Stuart McEwing will be delivering three talks: “The Argument from Evolution,” “Conflict in the Conflict Thesis?: Historical Perspectives in the Relationship Between Science and Christianity” and “The Death of Science in the Modern Era?”.
When: Tuesday, 20 October, 2009, 7-9pm.
Where: Encounter Christian Centre, 495 Rosebank Rd, Avondale.