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Reasonable Faith - William Lane Craig


Reasonable Faith: lectures and debates with William Lane Craig
presented by Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship (UCCF)

Bill Craig is an instinctive communicator as well as a fine thinker. He is in great demand across Europe and the USA, yet remarkably is largely unknown in the UK. His lectures and debates are world class and appeal to sceptics and believers alike.

No tickets, free entry.

Is God a Delusion? MAJOR DEBATE with Prof Lewis Wolpert
7.30pm, Tuesday February 27th, LONDONCentral Hall, Westminster SW1H 9NH

Reasonable Faith: The Evidence for Christianity LECTURE
7.30pm, Wednesday February 28th, LONDONAll Souls, Langham Place, W1B 3DA

Does the Christian God Exist? MAJOR DEBATE with Dr Andrew Pyle
7.30pm, Thursday 1st March, BRISTOLUniversity Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building. BS8 1RJ

Reasonable Faith: Does God Exist? LECTURE
7.30pm, Friday 2nd March, OXFORD Town Hall, St Aldates, OX1 1BX

Reasonable faith: Is Life without God Absurd? LECTURE
7pm, Monday 5th March, MANCHESTERManchester University, Roscoe Building LT A, Oxford Rd, M13 9PL

Was Jesus Bodily Raised from the Dead? MAJOR DEBATE with Dr James Crossley
7.30pm, Tuesday 6th March, SHEFFIELDUniversity Student Union Auditorium, Western Bank, S10 2TN

Is God a Delusion? MAJOR DEBATE with Prof Mike Begon
7.30pm, Wednesday 7th March, LIVERPOOLUniversity, Mountford Hall, 160 Mount Pleasant L69 3GJ

Reasonable Faith: Who Was Jesus of Nazareth? LECTURE
7.30pm, Thursday 8th March, NOTTINGHAMLecture Theatre B52, University Jubilee Campus NG8 1BB

Reasonable Faith: How Can a Good God allow Suffering and Evil? LECTURE
7.45pm, Friday 9th March, CAMBRIDGELecture Theatre, Dept of Materials, CB2 3QZ

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