Adult Class – Wednesdays@West Side: Sept. 22 – Nov. 17, 2021 | 6:00-7:30 pm with Rev. Ralph Kieneker, Bill Root & Shannon Spencer
IN PERSON at West Side North Sanctuary (615 Wright Ave – single-story building) -OR- ONLINE via Facebook Live (West Side Richland)
Is it really okay to ask anything? Are there good answers to some of our cultures most pressing questions and objections to faith in Jesus? In this seminar, we are going to provide the opportunity for these tough questions to be asked, challenging issues addressed with candor, rigor, and humor, and the ability to share in smaller groups. This course is a great follow up to Alpha, for anyone who wants to be equipped in responding to some of greatest objections to Christian faith, and to help with some of our own lingering doubts.
We will explore the following questions: Sept. 22 – How can we know God exists? (Bill) CLASS NOTES Sept. 29 – Should we believe in miracles? (Shannon) CLASS NOTES Oct. 6 – How can you read the Bible literally? (Ralph) CLASS NOTES Oct. 13 – Aren’t we better off without religion? (Shannon) CLASS NOTES Oct. 20 – How can you believe in God with all the suffering in the world? (Bill) CLASS NOTES Oct. 27 – Doesn’t Christianity denigrate women? (Shannon) CLASS NOTES Nov. 3 – Isn’t Christianity homophobic and transphobic? – Part 1 (Ralph) CLASS NOTES Nov. 10- Isn’t Christianity homophobic and transphobic? – Part 2 (Ralph) CLASS NOTES Nov. 17 – How could a loving God send people to hell? (Bill) CLASS NOTES