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IAP 2004 Activity

Brian Bucher MIT Alum.
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
Prereq: None

These classes will be a journey into the most fundamental questions we can ask ourselves, looking at how the Christian faith seeks to answer them. We'll discuss such questions as: Is there any meaning to life? What does science tell us about the nature of reality? Can a good God really exist if there is evil in the world? Can our powers of reason help us in the search for answers to all these questions? What evidence does Christian theism offer as rational justification?
Contact: Brian Bucher, babucher@alum.mit.edu
Sponsor: Graduate Christian Fellowship

Class 1: How Should We Approach Matters of 'Faith'?
Brian Bucher MIT Alum.
Fri Jan 9, 06-07:00pm, W20-306

Class 2: What Does Science Have To Tell Us About God?
Brian Bucher MIT Alum.
Fri Jan 16, 06-07:00pm, W20-306

Class 3: What About Evil?
Brian Bucher MIT Alum.
Fri Jan 23, 06-07:00pm, W20-306

Class 4: Historical Data and the Christian Faith as an Historical Faith
Brian Bucher MIT Alum.
Fri Jan 30, 06-07:00pm, Kresge Rehears. Rm B
Latest update: 19-Dec-2003

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