The Houston Baptist University School of Christian Thought will host the HBU Apologetics Day Conference from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23, at The Woodlands United Methodist Church, 2200 Lake Woodlands Drive. Some of HBU’s most renowned scholars and authors will present at this one-day event, educating and equipping anyone who wants to learn more about the Christian faith and how to defend it.
In addition to keynote speakers, breakout sessions include biblical, scientific and cultural issues, as well as a Spanish language track. The Online Registration cost is $35 for individuals, $45 for couples and $15 for students. There is an additional $10 registration fee the day of the event.
Keynote speakers are:
Dr. William Lane Craig, “Arguments for God’s Existence”
Dr. Louis Markos, “Sophists v. Plato: How to Escape from the Dark Cave of Relativism and Nominalism”
Nancy Pearcey, “Love Thy body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality”
For more information, visit HBU.edu/HBUApologeticsDay.