May 1, 2021 Lecture by William Lane Craig

Registration is not yet open for this event. “Philosophical Issues in the Atonement” The British philosopher A. J. Ayer once remarked that Christianity is arguably the worst of the world’s religions because it rests, in Ayer’s words, on “the allied doctrines of original sin and vicarious atonement, which are intellectually

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March 27, 2021 Spanish Lecture by Daniel Carroll Rodas

Registration is not yet open for this event. “For So You Love to Do”: What Is Acceptable Worship? – Lessons from Amos What kind of worship is acceptable to God? The prophet Amos tells us that God hated and despised Israel’s sacrifices and songs. God told them not to even

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January 23, 2021 Lecture by Michael Lloyd

Registration is not yet open for this event. Did the Demons Do it? Jesus, Satan and the Problem of Suffering Why suffering occurs in a world created by a loving God remains one of the most wrestled-with questions in human thought. Does God send suffering to educate, correct or deepen

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November 2020 New Books

Here’s a sampling of some of the books we added to our collection in November. Some books may be linked to reviews. Books linked to Review of Biblical Literature require a Society of Biblical Literature membership to see the full review, but you can read a brief description with the

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