"The Case for Intelligent Design" and "The Molecular Challenge to Evolution" (United Kingdom)
Jul
29
7:00 pm19:00

"The Case for Intelligent Design" and "The Molecular Challenge to Evolution" (United Kingdom)

  • Kensington Temple

There are few topics as contentious and divisive as the question of our origins: Are we the result of the blind and purposeless outworking of nature, or are we here as the result of the purposeful intent of an intelligent agent? Most people have heard about the approach taken to biological origins known as Intelligent Design.

But with conflicting messages and frequently false representations by the media, people are often left unsure what to think. In this presentation, doctoral student Jonathan McLatchie seeks to clarify and illuminate the key bones of contention that are live in the debate, dispel popular misconceptions about the theory, and answer the most frequent objections.

After a short break, Jonathan will explore some of the challenges to modern evolutionary theory coming from molecular biology. Both talks will last approximately 50 minutes.


Northeast Humanists: The Case for Intelligent Design (United Kingdom)
Jul
21
7:00 pm19:00

Northeast Humanists: The Case for Intelligent Design (United Kingdom)

  • Broadacre House

There are few topics as contentious and divisive as the question of our origins: Are we the result of the blind and purposeless outworking of nature, or are we here as the result of the purposeful intent of an intelligent agent? Most people have heard about the approach taken to biological origins known as Intelligent Design.

But with conflicting messages and frequently false representations by the media, people are often left unsure what to think. In this presentation, doctoral student Jonathan McLatchie seeks to clarify and illuminate the key bones of contention that are live in the debate, dispel popular misconceptions about the theory, and answer the most frequent objections. Whatever your current opinion on this topic, this promises to be a challenging and stimulating presentation.

Teesside Skeptics in the Pub: The Case for Intelligent Design (United Kingdom)
Apr
7
7:30 pm19:30

Teesside Skeptics in the Pub: The Case for Intelligent Design (United Kingdom)

  • O'Connells Pub

There are few topics as contentious and divisive as the question of our origins: Are we the result of the blind and purposeless outworkingof nature, or are we here as the result of the purposeful intent of an intelligent agent? Most people have heard about the approach taken to biological origins known as Intelligent Design.

But with conflicting messages and frequently false representations by the media, people are often left unsure what to think. In this presentation, doctoral student Jonathan McLatchie seeks to clarify and illuminate the key bones of contention that are live in the debate, dispel popular misconceptions about the theory, and answer the most frequent objections. Whatever your current opinion on this topic, this promises to be a challenging and stimulating presentation

The Case for Intelligent Design (South Africa)
Mar
31
8:00 pm20:00

The Case for Intelligent Design (South Africa)

  • University of the Northwest

There are few topics as contentious and divisive as the question of our origins: Are we the result of the blind and purposeless outworkingof nature, or are we here as the result of the purposeful intent of an intelligent agent? Most people have heard about the approach taken to biological origins known as Intelligent Design.

But with conflicting messages and frequently false representations by the media, people are often left unsure what to think. In this presentation, doctoral student Jonathan McLatchie seeks to clarify and illuminate the key bones of contention that are live in the debate, dispel popular misconceptions about the theory, and answer the most frequent objections. Whatever your current opinion on this topic, this promises to be a challenging and stimulating presentation

The Case for the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus (South Africa)
Mar
25
8:00 am08:00

The Case for the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus (South Africa)

  • Mission For Christ Church

Without question, the most crucial event in salvation history is the faint sound of a heartbeat in a cold lifeless body in a tomb two thousand years ago. The sound of blood rushing through the heart of Jesus of Nazareth is a sound which will undoubtedly thunder throughout eternity owing to its profound implications. Christianity stands or falls with this event. Its profound significance lies in the fact that it constituted evidence that the Judge of the Universe had acknowledged that the payment for our sins had been accepted. But how good is the historical evidence that the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus actually took place?

In this presentation, apologist Jonathan McLatchie will first examine the evidence that Jesus was crucified, and will explore its implications in relation to Christianity and Islam. This will be followed by an examination of the historical case for the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, building a cumulative case that supports the historicity of this monumental event. 

Huntsville, Alabama, CAA Chapter: Sharing Your Faith With Muslims (United States) -- INCLUDING LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR
Mar
14
6:00 pm18:00

Huntsville, Alabama, CAA Chapter: Sharing Your Faith With Muslims (United States) -- INCLUDING LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR

  • Legacy Christian University

Jonathan McLatchie will be speaking to the Christian Apologetics Alliance (CAA) Chapter in Huntsville, Alabama on sharing the gospel with Muslims. Jonathan will speak for about 20 minutes, followed by 25 minutes of Q&A. The event begins at 6pm Central American Time (11pm GMT). Jonathan will be lecturing via Zoom.

Not in Alabama? Not a problem. You can tune into the live event using Zoom, by going to the following URL:

https://zoom.us/j/108940407

There will be opportunity for live interactive Q&A, both from those in attendance at the CAA chapter and also from those calling in using the Zoom platform. To ask a question on Zoom, simply raise your hand and wait to be promoted from viewer to panelist. Once you have been promoted to panelist, you will have an opportunity to interact with the speaker.