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God and Mythology

The Arguments for God and the Historicity of Christianity

  • 9/17/2016 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Author: Steve Schlichter
  • Number of views: 4499

God & Mythology –1) Does God Exist?  2) Is Christianity a Myth?

Speakers: Pastor Jonathan Swift and Pastor Ben Edwards

Location: Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary, 4801 Allen Rd, Allen Park, MI 48101

Does God Value Liberty?

How the fall and the book of Judges can answer this question.

Does God value liberty?  There are two ways to answer this question. The first is with reason. Evil exists because God values free creatures that choose good (and therefore are capable of choosing evil) more than he values the absence of evil. The fall of man is evidence of this. God created man and gave him opportunity to choose freely. God values Liberty.


Debate: Naturalism versus Theism

Which better explains reality

When: Wednesday, Nov 30th, 6:45-8:30pm

Location: Liberty Street Pub, 149 W Liberty St, Plymouth, MI

Greg Yanik (Agnostic) will be arguing for naturalism and Steve Schlichter (Christian) for theism for more information

The Logos: The Reason of Reason (Cancelled)

This seminar will be rescheduled for a date in 2017.

  • 12/28/2016 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Author: Steve Schlichter
  • Number of views: 6449

The Logos: The Reason of Reason
Reason and Logic as Evidence for God and the Order of Reality

Speakers: Scott Cherry and Dr. Bert Spalding

Location: Dearborn Covenant Church, 18575 Outer Dr.

Deep Dive 1—Belief in 'Somethingism'

Presented by Dr. Peter Payne for those who believe in something but don't like organized religion

  • 1/26/2017 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Author: Steve Schlichter
  • Number of views: 11192

Location : Harvest Bible Church, Westland, MI  *Please register using the button below. 

These days it's pretty common for someone to say “I am not sure I believe in God, but I do believe in something.” In religious surveys they often check “none of the above.”  They no longer identify with any particular religious faith, but do believe in something, a force or higher power. Dr. Payne calls this belief, "Somethingism".  Read more below...

Now, there are some things that are genuinely attractive about embracing 'somethingism' and this talk will consider some of these points. However, 'somethingism' comes at considerable price.  In various ways those who embrace 'somethingism' are believing too much and also believing too little. This talk will elaborate on this claim and conclude that if one wants a substantive faith and one with grounding beyond mere hopeful thoughts, one ought to hope that God (the higher power) has revealed himself and his character to us in a clear way.

*Pre-registration thru this website is required for $12.  On-site, walk-up registration is $20 (except for people from Harvest Church or Lakepointe Bible Church).


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