Posted: Friday, May 6th, 2016
Christianophobia: Anti-Christian Bias and Discrimination in American Education and Culture
Dr. George Yancey
Professor of Sociology, North Texas State University and
- “Hostile Environment: Understanding and Responding to Anti-Christian Bias”,
- “Compromising Scholarship: Religious and Political Bias in American Higher Education”, and
- “Dehumanizing Christians: Cultural Competition in a Multicultural World”
Nearly every week there are reports in the news of anti-Christian bias and discrimination in public and private schools, in colleges and universities, in corporate America, and in many professions. Are these reports credible, or are they isolated incidents that are blown out of proportion? Is there really a secular crusade against Christians in American society today? And if so, what should be our response?
Over the past 10 years Dr. George Yancey has done extensive research into the growing problem of Christianophobia in American society. Every Christian needs to be aware of what is going on and how we as Christians should respond.
Thursday, May 19th
Fellowship Hall * Perimeter Church
Johns Creek, GA
Posted: Friday, 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.
Posted: Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
Militant Islam is spreading around the globe – including here in America – and Christians need to be well-informed regarding the origins of the current crisis and what we can do to serve as a source of Light and Truth in the midst of a world that is becoming increasingly violent and chaotic.
Our speaker is a recognized expert on Islam who was a practicing Muslim for the first 30 years of his life. Not long after arriving in the U.S. in 1978, he experienced a conversion from Islam to faith in Jesus Christ, and for the past 20 years he has devoted his life to studying and teaching the history and religion of Islam.
Posted: Monday, November 2nd, 2015
Posted: Tuesday, October 13th, 2015
Theistic evolution (TE, or “evolutionary creationism”) is the official position of the Roman Catholic Church, and it is the dominant view among liberal Protestant Christians. But most alarmingly, it is having a growing influence in evangelical churches, especially among young evangelicals. (more…)
Posted: Thursday, August 27th, 2015
Four Views on Revelation
HOW SHOULD WE INTERPRET THE MOST ENIGMATIC BOOK IN THE BIBLE?
Thursday, Sep 17
The Book of Revelation has always been the most controversial book in the Bible. In fact, throughout history Christian scholars have held varying opinions on how the book should be interpreted. But most Christians are unaware that over the centuries there have been four major views of Revelation:
Posted: Friday, April 10th, 2015
The Israelite conquest of Canaan is one of the most controversial accounts in the Bible and one of the most problematic issues in Christian apologetics. Skeptics often cite this “genocide” of the native Canaanites to argue that the God of the Bible is just as wrathful, vindictive and cruel as the gods of any other religion, including Islam.
Posted: Wednesday, March 11th, 2015
A Dialog With
Dr. Richard Howe
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Apologetics
Southern Evangelical Seminary
Dr. Melvyn Fein
Professor of Sociology
Kennesaw State University
Perimeter Church, John’s Creek GA
Posted: Tuesday, March 10th, 2015
|Please note that this event is now taking place in Room 105*
Posted: Sunday, January 25th, 2015