NEW: COLLEGE EVENT
MAKING THE CASE WHY CHRISTIANITY IS TRUE
With Jason Jimenez & Frank Turek
Did you know that over 70% of young Christians leave the faith by their second year in college?
Christian students all over the country find themselves unprepared when they get to a secular college. Not only are they bombarded by secular worldviews that oppose their own Christian worldview, many are just not properly trained to withstand the philosophical attacks and temptations.
According to a Barna study, roughly 17% of Christians who consider their faith important and attend church regularly—have a biblical worldview. Among millennials who profess to be Christian, only 4% of them have a robust worldview. That means, only about 3.2 million Christian millennials of the nearly 80 million know what they believe and why they believe it.
Even more startling, is the fact that an increasing number of young Christians are widely being influenced by competing worldviews and religions:
- 61% agree with ideas rooted in New Spirituality.
- 54% resonate with postmodernist views.
- 36% accept ideas associated with Marxism.
- 29% believe ideas based on secularism.
With the rampant teaching by atheistic professors, and the indoctrination of leftist political views, it’s no wonder many Christian students feel bullied, silenced, and ultimately defeated.
With these growing problems on university campuses, that’s why Dr. Frank Turek and Jason Jimenez teamed up to offer MAKING THE CASE FOR CHRISTIANITY on college campuses all over the United States. Together, Frank and Jason present a strong, dynamic and thought-provoking case why Christianity is the most reasonable worldview.
MAKING THE CASE FOR CHRISTIANITY will arm Christian students with the truth, and give them practical ways to answer their friend’s objections, while handling properly their professor’s attacks against Christianity.
1. Is There Truth? Universities are flooded with the belief that truth is relative to the individual. But, is that absolutely true?
2. Does God Exist? Professors on most campuses pride themselves of their atheistic beliefs. Leaving students to think there’s no proof for God’s existence. But do their claims really hold up?
3. Do Miracles Really Happen? If miracles don’t happen as most university professors believe, then Christianity is nonsense. But is the universe just an accident, or is it a miracle of God?
4. Is the Bible True? It seems the Bible is attacked more on college campuses than anywhere else in America. But are the claims espoused by professors (like Bart Ehrman and others) historically accurate?
5. Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead? Professors are known for giving many alternate theories to the empty tomb of Jesus. But are these objections to the historical facts of the resurrection any good?
A powerful worldview event for CRU, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Ratio Christi, The Navigators, Young Life, American Baptist Campus Ministry, and others.
First things first. This event is not about making money. Frank and Jason believe strongly in reaching as many students on college campuses as possible. So, if your campus group can get 250 students or more, then we ask for a $500 honorarium for both Frank and Jason. Additional budget can go towards promotion of the event. Events smaller than 250, are $1,000 honorariums.