- November 11-12, 2016
- Shiloh Church1118 W. Beaver Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32204
Cost and Admission
This is a paid event.
|$30.00||Early Bird Full Conference Regular Ticket|
|$35.00||Full Conference Regular Ticket|
After November 4 or At the Door
|$25.00||Full Conference Regular Ticket (Full Time Student)|
|$60.00||Full Conference Regular Ticket (Married Couple)|
Registration has closed for this event. Please register at the door.
Shiloh Church presents its first Apologetics Conference in partnership with Biola University. During this stimulating two-day event you will hear from some of the leading Christian thinkers and speakers of our day.
Join us as JP Moreland, Craig Hazen, Clay Jones and others tackle some of today’s most commonly asked questions. Why does God allow evil? Is there evidence for the Resurrection? Does God exist? And much more. Get answers and gain confidence. Register today!
Dr. Craig HazenFounder and Director of M.A. Program in Christian Apologetics and Director of M.A. Program in Science and Religion at Biola University
Dr. J.P. MorelandRenowned Apologist and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University
Dr. Clay JonesAssociate Professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University
Lisa FieldsFounder and President of the Jude 3 Project
Dr. Van GaytonDr. Van Gayton received a Doctorate of Ministry from Reformed Theological Seminary.
Jon BennettAssistant Pastor at Cornerstone Baptist Church
Cam TriggsCam Triggs received a Masters of Arts in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary.
Louis Fields Jr.Senior Pastor at Grace International Church
|7–7:15 p.m.||Announcements and introductions|
|7:15–7:35 p.m.||Mini-lecture: Craig Hazen, "Watching the Shields Go Down"|
|7:35–7:50 p.m.||Mini-lecture: Louis Fields, "Love: The Ultimate Apologetic"
|7:50–8:10 p.m.||Mini-lecture: JP Moreland, "The Current State of Unbelief"|
|8:20–9:20 p.m.||Clay Jones: "Why God Allows Evil"|
|9–9:05 a.m.||Announcements and introductions|
|9:05–9:55 a.m.||Craig Hazen: "Christianity and the Challenge of World Religions"|
|10:10–11 a.m.||Lisa Fields: "Incarnational Apologetics"|
|11:10 a.m.–12 p.m.||Workshops:
Craig Hazen: "Evidence for the Resurrection" (*subject to change)
Jonathan Bennett: "Absolute Truth? Absolutely."
Van Gayton: "Loving without Affirming — A Christian Response to the LGBT Community"
Clay Jones: "Hell — An Apology"
Cam Triggs: "Is Christianity the White Man’s Religion?"
|12:10–1:10 p.m.||JP Moreland: "The Case for the Existence of God"|
|1:10 p.m.||Final comments and dismissal|