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Live Presentation: How to Think About ‘Facts’ that Challenge Your Faith

This practical presentation outlines easy-to-use tools, tips and hacks to help you think through any persuasive message that challenges your faith and arrive at a biblical, logical response yourself. Developed through real-world experience, these are the top critical thinking techniques that helped me navigate secular university as a Christian student. I believe the same tools are invaluable for equipping any Christian in secular classrooms and culture! 

While this is one of my favourite talks to give as an Answers in Genesis speaker, in-person speaking events are currently cancelled due to Covid-19. So, God willing, I’ll be giving this talk on Facebook LIVE Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 8:00 ET. If you can’t make it to the live event, the presentation will remain on the Answers in Genesis Canada Facebook page for later viewing.

I won’t be able to show PowerPoint visuals during the livestream, but you can access a PDF of the presentation slides right here to follow along:

download slides

At the end of the livestream event, a free eBook version of this presentation will be released through the Answers in Genesis Canada newsletter, which you can sign up for by following the link in the comment section at the end of the live video.

This presentation is especially geared towards high school-to-college aged students, but the event is open to everyone and relevant to any Christian navigating secular society.

I hope to see you there!

—Patricia

 

PS – by way of a quick reminder, while I don’t post on this blog as regularly now, you can still find new weekly articles and videos every Wednesday on my  Answers in Genesis blog. Please consider yourself invited to my newsletter as well for occasional updates and links to my latest content for this blog, Answers in Genesis and Crosswalk.com. If you like, you can also find me on InstagramAiG CA’s YouTube channel and Facebook

 

 

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