This blog is the product of multiple Christian Apologists in and around Calgary, Alberta, Canada. We are a diverse group of individuals representing multiple denominational backgrounds and life walks. Any views expressed here represent those of the author who expresses them and, to be perfectly clear, we do not always agree with each other. Join us in our exploration for truth!
To find out more about our network please visit whyjesus.ca or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Countdown to South meetingApril 2015April 24th, 2015Can we believe in God when evil things happen in the world?
Countdown to North meetingApril 2015April 11th, 2015Details TBD
Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Category Archives: Christian Church
Did You Know? … that the traditional date for Christmas (December 25th) can be traced back as far as 273 AD and was chosen precisely because it corresponded with several pagan celebrations? Advertisements
This may be a blog series worth keeping an eye on! http://www.stephenjbedard.com/?p=3722
The Calgary Herald ran an article recently about a documentary entitled “Kidnapped for Christ.” The documentary exposes the horrors that occurred at an allegedly Christian school for troubled American teens, called Escuela Caribe, located in the mountain village of Jarabacoa in the Dominican Republic. … Continue reading
[2014-04-08: see update at the end] There are certain common questions that get brought up again and again in the world of Apologetics. Why is there so much suffering? How can you claim your religion is the one true religion? And … Continue reading
[Editor’s note – This review of the RZIM weekend (Jan 24-26, 2014) in Calgary was submitted by one of the members of the NCAC quite some time ago. This is one of those cases where it is quite appropriate to … Continue reading
We had our monthly meeting this past Saturday (yes, it is possible for the human being to experience the accumulated pleasure of an NCAC meeting and a family gathering overflowing with turkey, ham, and every other gastronomic goodness you can … Continue reading