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Countdown to South meetingApril 2015April 24th, 2015Can we believe in God when evil things happen in the world?
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Category Archives: NCAC News
A few members of our group will participate in “Ask the Apologist” at the Okotoks Evangelical Free Church on Tuesday, June 9 starting at 7PM. Feel free to join us and bring your friends and your questions. We don’t have … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered about the Latter Day Saint church (Mormons) or the Watchtower Society (Jehovah’s Witnesses)? Some members of our community have investigated these groups and are putting together an introduction for the rest of us. Topics will include:
It would seem we are having more email problems. If you are not on our distribution list this does not apply to you. Though, if you would like to be added, drop us a line. If you are on our … Continue reading
For many years now the NCAC has had a monthly meeting on the second Saturday of every month (excluding July and August). Starting April of 2014 we will have two monthly meetings. The traditional meeting, hosted by Rocky Mountain College, will … Continue reading
Here’s another blog series by the Canadian Apologetics Coalition. Our contribution is coming up on Wednesday. Stay tuned for the other contributions (the first went live today). http://philosopherdhaines.blogspot.ca/2013/09/the-canadian-apologetics-coalition-blog.html
It’s been a few weeks since the Be Ready conference but I thought it would still be worthwhile to do a bit of a review. [Scratch that, it’s been months. Somehow I overlooked clicking “publish” on this one so it … Continue reading