No Apologies! Defending Our Faith with Apologetics

Greetings & Blessings Friends & Family of BBTemple!  I am honored to announce that David Richmond will be our distinguished Guest Speaker for our Fall Series 2012:  No Apologies!  Defending Our Faith with Apologetics.  This Sunday we welcome David to discuss Apologetics and how to use it to defend what we believe.

David is a well-trained Apologetics Warrior & Public Speaker!  He earned both his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics, and his Master of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Texas at Dallas.  While at UTD David worked five years in a physics lab called the Center for Quantum Electronics.  Research was funded by the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI, aka “Star Wars”).   His Masters research thesis was entitled: “Issues in Science, Philosophy and Religion as They Relate to the Origin and Development of the Universe.”  Now a technical writer in the telecommunications industry, David is also a Certified Volunteer Apologist with Reasons to Believe (RTB) as well as a member and acting president of the Reasons to Believe – Dallas, TX chapter.

David is also an award-winning member of Toastmasters with a God-given talent for Public Speaking.  He lives with his lovely and talented wife Roxanne and their adorable toddler Angela in Richardson, TX.

Sunday School features Session 2 of our No Apologies! Focus for Fall 2012 where we continue our discussion about Apologist Frank Turek’s new curriculum to complement his book “I Don’t Have Enough FaithTo Be An Atheist.”  We explore his SURGE acronym that allows us to boil down the huge topic of Apologetics into a manageable and memorable list.  The Bible says that “the heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the works of His hands.” Ps 19:1 NIV  And verily this Sunday we shall discover that indeed that is TRUE. :)

Looking forward to an enlightening and empowering Sunday!  See you there. :)

In His Accessible Grace,



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