Atlanta RTB February Meeting - Ben Smith presents "A General Introduction to Reasons To Believe" -
Former LAPD Deputy Chief and Christian philosopher Mark Perez helps Christians try to make sense of these mass shootings
Atlanta RTB January Meeting - "Creation, Evolution and Biblical Inerrancy" -
I want to know what you think?
Can intelligent design be part of science? Can science detect a Creator's fingerprints in nature? How does intelligent design differ from archeology? How does it differ from SETI?
Please RSVP at http://atlantaapologist.org/…/christ…/Christmas%20Signup.php
Dinner cost is on your own
Please see https://www.meetup.com/Reasons-to-Believe-RTB-Atlanta-Ch…/…/ for schedule
Sometimes, as Christians, we tend to think of God as an Engineer who creates with only one specific purpose or function in mind. But, nature's beauty reminds me the God I worship is also a Divine Artist—a God who creates for his enjoyment.
Multiple arguments are used today to evidence the existence of God but the classical Thomistic versions have largely been forgotten or poorly understood by the modern professional and lay philosophers. Thomas Aquinas' cosmological argument from being to Being has been supplanted by the modern version of the Kalam cosmological argument made popular recently by many, but particularly William Lane Craig. The emphasis of modern science on the origin of the universe is partly responsible for the replacement of Aquinas by the Kalam argument originated by Al-Ghazali.
Atlanta RTB October Meeting - Dr Richard G. Howe presents "A Cosmic One-Two Punch for God: Comparing the Kalam and Thomistic Cosmological Arguments" -
Atlanta RTB September Meeting - A Review of "God Among Sages"