Food For Thought. Conversations on Faith and Life


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Food For Thought is a short series of lunch time discussions giving people working in the city centre the opportunity to look at the big questions of life and some common doubts and objections to Christianity. 

We’ll be using the DVD resource by Dr. Timothy Keller: “The Reason For God. Conversations on Faith and Life.” It’s suitable for anyone, regardless of religious beliefs. There’s no pressure to speak out loud, you can contribute as much or as little as you want. 

Watch the trailer for The Reason For God DVD here

When: Wednesday 23rd October, 1.05-1.50pm through to Wednesday 27th November
Where: M2B Office, 3rd Floor, 90 Deansgate (next door to Bella Italia) M3 2GP     
What to expect:  A 20 minute DVD presentation, 15 minutes of discussion and open conversation, light refreshments will be provided.

Series Overview:
23/10/13:  Isn’t The Bible A Myth?  Hasn’t Science Disproved Christianity?
30/10/13:  How Can You Say There Is Only One Way To God?  What About Other Religions?
6/11/13:  What Gives You The Right To Tell Me How To Live My Life?  Why Are There So Many Rules?
4/12/13:  Why Does God Allow Suffering?  Why Is There So Much Evil In The World?
11/12/13:  Why Is The Church Responsible For So Much Injustice?  Why Are Christians Such Hypocrites?
18/12/13: How Can God Be Full Of Love And Wrath At The Same Time?  How Can God Send Good People To Hell?

 

Event Date: 20131218
Event Price: FREE

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