Category Archives: Evangelism and Apologetics

THEO-LOGIC: Evidence of God

“THEO-LOGIC: Evidence of God Conference”—Real information and tools to talk with and debate those claiming science as “disproof” of God. Available sessions include:
  • ‘Fine-Tuning’ Theory of the Universe—The Anthropic Principle:” The creation of the universe and the life within it can only exist inside of an extremely narrow range of perimeters in terms of the laws of physics. This principle is the one argument proving the existence of God that atheists say they cannot refute.
  • Proof that the Bible Was Written by God:” A look at the three types of Biblical prophecy and mathematical odds of their fulfillment by chance.
  • False Evidence of God:” Exposing the deception of the occult, parapsychology, New Age and false religions. These “false evidences of God” are deceiving our children and creeping into the Church.

Evangelism: Answering the Hard Questions

Casting Nets
“Equipping the Saints for Evangelism—Information provided on the most effective ways to answer the “hard” questions asked by non-Christians, atheists and even those in the church who don’t agree on the Biblical stance on many difficult topics. (Facts only, no debate.) Some questions include:
  • Is there really a hell? How can there be if God is a loving God?
  • Why do bad things happen to good people and good things to bad people?
  • The “good person” dilemma—why isn’t that enough?
  • How can you say Jesus is the only way when there are many other religions?
  • What happens to people who’ve never heard of Jesus or who aren’t capable of understanding the Gospel?
  • Doesn’t living in a democracy mean we can choose what we want to believe?
  • What does the Bible say about controversial social issues?
  • Are the “Four Spiritual Laws” negotiable?
  • Is there concrete proof that God is real?

Keys for Catholics

Three Crosses and Silhoutted Person in Prayer at Sunrise

Catholics attending or visiting non-denominational or evangelical churches or talking with people who attend them are often confused regarding the differences in doctrines. The seminar answers many questions Catholics may have regarding these differences. This presentation does not try to convince anyone that they’re “wrong;” it’s simply a look into Scripture. Commonly-asked questions include:
  • “What does ‘Born Again’ mean?”
  • “Why doesn’t your church have confession?”
  • “In your church, do you receive First Communion before taking Communion?”
  • “Is it okay to read the Bible on your own?”
  • “Does your church have Confirmation?”
  • “What is the ‘Baptism in the Holy Spirit’?”
  • “Why are people lifting their hands or talking in other languages?”
  • “What are ‘spiritual gifts’?”
  •  Other questions are answered as they arise.