Are Science and Secular History compatible with Faith?

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We seek to equip believers to be "intellectually satisfied" Christ followers. For much to long, the church has given up that ground to academia. The result has been an increasingly secularization of society. In addition, we seek to equip the believer to an increasing level of boldness in their faith. This comes with the realization the witness of the Bible is true and can withstand intellectual inquiry from a scientific and historical perspective.

Some of the feedback from attendees is they are much more confident as they share their faith with others.

When asked the main objective for attending the class, one attendee gave this reply: "To join the adventure and be more confident and capable to communicate the "Truths" staring us right in the face."

Another made this observation when asked if she would recommend the class to others: "Absolutely!! It is a great class for seekers, as well as believers, to become better educated and develop a deeper confidence in the truth of our faith and in the truth of the Word of God. This type of training prepares us for what the apostle Peter exhorted the Church to do: "...Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect. (1 Peter 3:15)"

While the teaching sessions are sometimes referred to as classes, we often present to entire congregations during Sunday or weeknight services. Other times, a series of presentations are made in an educational setting such as Sunday School, Youth Groups, Youth Camps, Bible Study Groups, even social group settings. Another effective option is a workshop setting where multiple presentations are given on the same day. Whatever your setting, we will accomodate your needs.

The multi-media presentations are designed to maintain a high level of interest and interaction.

If you have an interest, please do not hesitate to contact us:

  • George Valliath, george@sciencehistoryfaith.com
  • Gregory Drake, gregory@sciencehistoryfaith.com