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Is Faith Delusional? Free ASU Open Forum on October 28

This is a common statement that I find in various forms in blog discussions.  It doesn’t seem to matter what the topic is, but often any reference to Christianity, God, Jesus or the Bible leads to this type of response from at least one reader.
Many students, including homeschoolers, are rightly perplexed about the best way to answer this question. The ideal is that a dialogue can be started which will allow the participants opportunity to hear each others’ point of view without either one feeling attacked or devalued.
Ravi Zacharias is an apologist who has an artful way of examining the objections to Christianity to engage the questioners.  If you are looking for an introduction to or continuation of a focus on the foundations of faith and the Christian worldview in your homeschool coursework, this is a perfect opportunity.
Is Faith Delusional?
Date:  Wednesday, October 28  7:30 PM
Location:   Wells Fargo Arena, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Cost:  Free, but you do need to get tickets from any participating ticket outlets.  Tickets are going fast!
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Ravi Zacharias will discuss this question at ASU Wells Fargo Arena October 28

Ravi Zacharias will discuss this question at ASU Wells Fargo Arena October 28

Those who believe in God are believing in a fairy tale.

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