About the Conference
Our contemporary life is complicated by all sorts of messages that challenge the truthfulness of Christian claims about God, reality, Jesus, scripture, the nature of right and wrong, and a whole host of other areas related to the "big questions" of worldview and life. But Christians need not shrink back and shrivel away in fear, doubt, or inaction; they can be confident that theirs is a public faith, open to scrutiny and qualifying as genuine knowledge.
If you want to be more confident about the foundations for your faith and how to wisely and winsomely defend it, come to the 14th Annual EPS Apologetics Conference on November 17-19 in San Antonio, TX. This is the annual Christian apologetics gathering sponsored by the Evangelical Philosophical Society (EPS). Come be part of an exciting movement that is making a difference in the academy, the church, and the world! Mingle with like-minded thoughtful Christians and interact with leading Christian scholars.
Every year since 2001, the EPS has brought some of the brightest Christian thinkers and spokespersons to a local city of the U.S. in order to help people think Christianly about challenges to their faith. Joining us for this year's conference will be Alister McGrath, David Wood, Tim McGrew, Michael Bird, Mark Mittelberg, Clay Jones and many more!
Thirty speakers in keynote and multiple breakout sessions will present on a broad and diverse range of topics. They will address both the core of the faith—arguments for God's existence and evidences for Jesus' resurrection—and many other cutting-edge topics—such as Islam and Human Rights—on which thinking Christians are called to contend for the truth in the marketplace of ideas.
Every year at the EPS apologetics conference offers another opportunity for rich learning under stellar speakers, and local Christians can be equipped right where they live. We are very excited to host this year's conference at Trinity Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas.
All sorts of people come by the hundreds to these conferences: young, old, people with and without degrees, men, women, pastors, parachurch leaders, students, homeschoolers, public and private school teachers, business professionals, homemakers, lawyers.... You get the idea: lots of thinking people from diverse backgrounds in different seasons of life.
If you think Christian truth is worth defending, and you want to know how to do it, then this conference is made for you! So come join us in November to strengthen your faith, sharpen your mind, enjoy the company of other thoughtful Christians, and be better equipped to make a difference in God's kingdom.
See you in San Antonio!
Evangelical Philosophical Society