There’s a new movie out called Collision which documents a series of debates on the topic: Is Christianity Good for the World?
It features Christopher Hitchens, author of God is Not Great, and evangelical theologian Doug Wilson.
On Thursday, November 19th, I will be co-sponsoring a screening of that movie along with The Painted Door, a Chicago church. Following the screening will be a discussion about the movie featuring myself and Chad Meister, editor of of the forthcoming God is Great, God is Good, a refutation of Hitchens’ book.
It’s not a debate. Just a discussion of ideas discussed in the movie.
Tickets cost $5 (you pay when you get there), but you must RSVP here so we can add you to the list.
Here’s the pertinent info:
What: Screening of Collision followed by a panel discussion.
Where: Merit School of Music’s Gottlieb Hall Street, 38 S Peoria St., Chicago, IL 60607
When: Thursday, November 19th, 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
There better be some atheist support at this event, that’s all I’m saying But invite your religious friends, too. It’ll be an interesting discussion for everybody. I’m looking forward to it.
Hope you can make it!
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