Often, non-believers challenge us about why we believe what we believe, and they reveal their misperception of God by the questions they raise. Apologetics is the discipline of giving reasons for our faith, but doing so with gentleness and respect for the questioner.
This talk will help us understand how apologetics can undergird evangelism, and can help us in Outreach. The talk also addresses tough questions on whether God is unfair in His treatment of sin, and attempts to address God's sovereignty versus our responsibility to exercise our free will.
As this talk is primarily organised to train WSCS members and their invitees in the knowledge of the Word and the defence of their faith, priority will be given to its members, but men are welcome if there is room.
Registration for the talk is now closed due to overwhelming response.
About the Speaker
Cecil Lee is a member of Barker Road Methodist Church. Formerly with the GIC, he has since retired. Cecil has a Certificate in Theological Studies from the University of Oxford, and a Certificate in Christian Apologetics from the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Christian Apologetics of Biola University. He is blessed to be married to Dilys and has two adult children.