October 14th, 2016
Alliance Defending Freedom
Religious liberty is the bedrock principle upon which our country was founded, but that principle is increasingly under attack by a coalition of secular forces that want to ban Christian beliefs from our public square and limit freedom of religion to mere “freedom of worship.”
As Bob Paulson has written in the September issue of “Decision” magazine:
For more than 200 years Americans could take religious liberty for granted. It was a fundamental characteristic of the United States…. But not anymore. Now, America’s ‘first freedom’ is in danger of being thrown on the trash heap.
The Obama administration, numerous judges and legislators, and in many cases the Supreme Court seem eager to steamroll any state, business, school or individual that does not support the killing of unborn babies,the celebration of same-sex ‘marriage’ or even the obliteration of gender distinctions.
Join us as Travis Barham of the ADF shares inspirational and motivational stories of victory, and learn how the strategies of the ADF are reshaping the landscape of the battle to preserve religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family.
Please note that the room for this event has been changed to the “Midtown Auditorium”, which is still located at Perimeter Church in Johns Creek, GA
Thursday, Oct 20
Perimeter Church, Johns Creek, GA
*Room Change: Midtown Auditorium*
$10 Suggested Donation
June 3rd, 2016
From the article…
It is time to face reality, California Institute of Technology theoretical physicist Sean Carroll says: There is just no such thing as God, or ghosts, or human souls that reside outside of the body. Everything in existence belongs to the natural world and is accessible to science, he argues. In his new book “The Big Picture: On the Origin of Life, Meaning, and the Universe Itself,” out this week from Dutton, Carroll describes a guiding philosophy along these lines that he calls poetic naturalism. It excludes a supernatural or spiritual realm but still allows plenty of room for life to have a purpose…
The Original Interview:
Housed at Scientific American
A PDF transcription of the original interview
The Response from Bruce Phillips:
May 6th, 2016
Christianophobia: Anti-Christian Bias and Discrimination in American Education and Culture
Dr. George Yancey Read the rest of this entry »
April 7th, 2016
From Faith to Skepticism: Notable Skeptics Who Were Once Professing Christians – and Why They Left the Faith
Dr. Paul Copan
Christian philosopher & apologist,
and author of “The Gospel in the Marketplace”
“God Goes to Starbucks” and “Is God a Moral Monster?”
Over the years many influential skeptics have claimed that they were once Christians but left the faith as a result of studying and learning more about the Bible and the history of early Christianity.
What are Christians to think about the testimonies of such people, and how can we respond effectively to their arguments against the credibility of the Christian faith?
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March 11th, 2016
How Political Correctness Is Destroying Academia and Higher Education
by Dr. Melvyn Fein, Sociology Professor at Kennesaw State University and
Author of “Post-Liberalism: The Death of a Dream” and “Redefining Higher Education”
Melvyn Fein is not a professing Christian, but throughout his prolific career as a sociology professor and author he has been a fierce critic of Political Correctness and liberal intolerance, and a courageous opponent of the radical left-wing domination of academia. Higher education has changed dramatically over the past 25 years, and Dr. Fein has much to say that Christian students, parents (and grandparents) need to hear about the current state of our colleges and universities.
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February 11th, 2016
I watch NFL games occasionally, but I’m no ardent fan. I’m familiar with some of the players, but I don’t know, nor do I really care to know, most of them. Furthermore, I’ve never cared for the whole corporate NFL image – a carefully crafted but very incongruent mix of conservative martial values and ultra-liberal Political Correctness. And when it comes to the grandiose spectacles that are Super Bowls, I have no interest whatsoever in watching commercials advertising the latest-and-greatest techno-gadgets and other superfluous products of corporate America, and I sure-as-hell am not going to subject myself to the glitzy, cheesy, trashy pop culture extravaganza that is the half-time show. I didn’t even watch Paul McCartney when he performed several years ago.
All that aside, I did want to watch the game this year because of its connection (at least in my mind) to the culture war that is raging in America today. Not that I cared one bit which gang (excuse me: team) won the game. But I did care about how the quarterbacks performed. In football the quarterback is not only the “field general” who directs the fortunes of his team’s offense, but he is often the “face” of the franchise who represents the team’s public image….
Read the full PDF article here