Workshops

holy-bibleHost an apologetics workshop at your church. It’s simple. Here’s how. 

Choose a format:

  • One-day workshop
  • Two-day workshop (typically Saturday – Sunday)
  • Three-day workshop (typically Friday – Sunday)

Pick a date:

Click here to see available dates.

Contact Rob Phillips to confirm your workshop date(s).

Select your topics:

Choose from the list below, or suggest a topic relevant to your church.

General

  • What is Christian apologetics?
  • What is a Christian worldview?
  • How do I know the Bible is true?
  • Does God exist?
  • In search of the real Jesus
  • What every Christian should know about homosexuality
  • Testing the spirits
  • Three markers of false teachers
  • What’s wrong with the prosperity gospel?
  • An overview of Roman Catholicism
  • What happens when I die? The afterlife and the unseen realm

World religions and cults

  • How can 4.5 billion people be wrong? An introduction to world religions and cults
  • Another Jesus, a different spirit, a different gospel:  Common threads in world religions and cults (2 Cor. 11:3-4)
  • Islam and Christianity
  • Allah vs. Yahweh: Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God?
  • Buddhism and Christianity
  • Hinduism and Christianity
  • Judaism and Christianity
  • Common characteristics of the cults
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) and Christianity
  • The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah’s Witnesses) and Christianity
  • Scientology and Christianity
  • Christian Science and Christianity
  • Sharing your faith with people who don’t share your faith

Tell your church:

Promote the workshop from the pulpit, through your Sunday school classes and small groups, in your bulletins and newsletters, and on your website.

Remember:

Copies of The Apologist’s Tool Kit are available at the workshop for $7 apiece. Or order them online.

For churches that are members of the Missouri Baptist Convention, your gifts through the Cooperative Program cover all travel expenses. Non-MBC churches are asked to cover travel expenses.

An honorarium or love offering is appreciated.

 

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