Defending The Faith Aug 7th, 2017 – JAY WATTS & GARY HABERMAS


Tactical Faith and Samford University are partnering to bring together two of our more popular speakers. Jay Watts and Gary Habermas. The day will include multiple workshops and will center around one of the most important topics today, Christ and Culture.

Cost is $20 for a full day of training.

Jay Watts

Jay is a speaker, writer, and researcher at Life Training Institute in Atlanta Georgia. Having come from an atheist background, he understands the struggles that many non-christians have with faith. Jay is a hard hitting speaker, while at the same time, is winsome and approachable. Jay Watts specialty is engaging students and young adults with the consequences of their worldview. He speaks frequently on topics such as abortion, euthanasia, and most recently has published articles about cutting edge genetic research and application concerning “Chimeras”.

Gary Habermas

Gary hardly needs any introduction. Gary has appeared on numerous television programs, and interviews defending the Christian faith, specifically the Resurrection of Jesus. Gary is widely known as an expert on the resurrection, and is featured in Lee Strobel’s “Case for Christ”. Gary is the Distinguished Professor of Apologetics and Philosophy and chairman of the department of philosophy and theology at Liberty University
If you are a pastor, or an engaged layman, you need to avail yourself for these workshops. There are limited seats available so get your tickets early! Click the link below and register today!


Conference Agenda:
8:30-9:00AM – Registration Outside of Regions Room (Cooney Hall 4th Floor)
9:00-10:15AM – Watts on “Apologetics – Defending the Christian Faith”
10:15-10:30AM – Break
10:30-11:45AM – Habermas on “Why Should We Trust the Bible?/Evidences of the Resurrection”
12:00-1:00PM – Q & A during lunch (Lunch will be provided)
1:15-2:30PM – Watts on “Christianity and Culture.”
2:30-2:45PM – Break
2:45-4:00PM – Habermas on “The Atheist Challenge”
4:00PM – Closing Remarks and Dismissal

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