November 17, 2014
Can Christianity be trusted? Join us for an Apologetics Panel Discussion and Q & A to discuss common issues raised against Christianity and how they can be addressed. If you have ever tried to stand up for, or share, your Faith in public you have almost certainly received some objections and pushback. Many of the challenges to our Faith are thought out and brought sincerely and deserve fair consideration and a reasoned response. In fact, many Christians leave the Faith in part because their perfectly reasonable questions go unanswered. Join us, as we spend an evening discussing and exploring issues around the reliability of the Gospel we proclaim. Bring questions - both yours and those you have encountered.
Shawn Ferguson – Ba Phil with distinction (U of C). On top of his philosophy studies, Shawn has also taken many courses in linguistics, and has become well versed in linguistic theory. He is competent in the four main branches of philosophy (logic, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics), and particularly in matters in the philosophy of religion, the philosophy of language, and the philosophy of science. He is also well versed in the different apologetics methodologies, theology, and the interplay between them.
Dan Hardock - Ba Hist (Uof C) and MCS (Regent College). Dan has taught the Apologetics and History courses at Rocky Mountain College over a period of 16 years. He has worked for an apologetics ministry and a variety of campus ministries such as Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and Christian Medical Dental Society where discussion of controversial issues is an everyday occurrence. Special apologetical interests include the development of the New Testament Canon, the question of evil and suffering, the multiplicity of religions, as well as a variety of controversial historical events such as the Crusades.
Paul Buller - BSc Mech Eng (U of C). Paul will be the MC for the evening. Paul is a long-time apologist, and he helped launch the Network of Christian Apologists (Why Jesus) in Calgary in 2009.
When: Monday, November 17, 2014, 7:30 PM
Where: Rocky Mountain College (room 205) - 4039 Brentwood Rd NW, Calgary, AB
February 9, 2013
Communication has been restored. All of the ___@WhyJesus.ca addresses are back up and running. In particular, please direct people you know to info@WhyJesus.ca if they want to learn more about us.
December 20, 2012
IMPORTANT! NCAC email is not working. If you attempt to use any firstname.lastname@example.org email address it will not work. For now please direct all communication to pdbuller AT telus DOT net. Sorry for the confusion.
Here's the long story. We have been having many problems with our original web provider. Eventually we just threw in the towel and went with a new provider; a fellow in our group. The site is up and running (obviously, you are reading it), but email is not set up yet.