Monday, September 14, 2015
Event: Truth for a New Generation apologetics conference (Spartanburg, South Carolina)
Spartanburg, S.C. - September 14, 2015 (God Inspires) -- An abortion industry exposed for evil. Attacks on religious liberties. Radical activists working to break down the millennia-old institutions of marriage and family.
These are the pressing social issues facing Christians every day, and it can be overwhelming. All of them, plus many more, will be addressed at the upcoming Truth for a New Generation apologetics conference, hosted by religion and culture expert Dr. Alex McFarland next Friday and Saturday, Sept. 18-19, at First Baptist Spartanburg, 250 East Main St., in Spartanburg, S.C.
"At perhaps no other time in our history has it been more crucial for believers to stand up and take a serious look at the issues before us," McFarland said. "These matters are impacting the lives of Christians every day, and it's time to take action to learn what we can do to defend our faith in a world that oftentimes does not want to hear about the saving grace of Jesus Christ. God's Word does indeed play a part in everything we do. There is STILL hope, and it's in Jesus Christ! We should tarry and not be discouraged! The Truth for a New Generation conference is a perfect place to start on this important journey."
Registration is open for the event that thousands have attended each year, over two decades, and a promo code for $20 off the ticket price of $69.95 is also available for a limited time. Additionally, those who register themselves and a guest (at least two tickets) will receive a copy of McFarland's newest book, "The God You Thought You Knew: Exposing 10 Myths about Christianity," not yet available in stores, and while supplies last.
The Truth for a New Generation speaker lineup is jam-packed with top names, such as Fox News commentator Todd Starnes, terrorism analyst Erick Stakelbeck, Cold Case Christianity's J. Warner Wallace, bestselling author Lee Strobel, evangelist Will Graham, author and talk show host Austin Hill, author and speaker Jason Jimenez, and pro-life activist Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Starnes and Stakelbeck will also be part of a special lunch panel discussing "The 3 Biggest Challenges Facing Christianity: The Rise of Radical Islam, Militant Atheism and Intolerant Homosexuality."
The annual TNG conference draws attendees from across the U.S. and internationally. This year, the event will focus on the theme of "Jesus: America's Hope."
For more information, visit www.alexmcfarland.com or www.truthforanewgeneration.com.