INVITATION TO THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF THE REUBEN KIGAME CENTRE FOR CHRISTIAN APOLOGETICS (RKCCA)
INVITATION TO THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF THE REUBEN KIGAME CENTRE FOR CHRISTIAN APOLOGETICS (RKCCA).
It is with great humility and joy that we invite you to this great launch on 12th March, 2017, from 3 to 5 pm at the Central Church of The Nazarene on Ngong’ Road next to Coptic hospital, where the Nairobi branch of the Center will be located.
This is a study and research ministry intended to serve the body of Christ by preparing believers to be ready to dialogue with those who believe differently from them and answer their questions (1 Peter 3:15; 2 Corinthians 10: 3-5).
Some of the issues you will find help in include questions such as: Does God exist? If He exists why is there evil in the world? Did God create the universe and all in it or did it simply evolve? Is Jesus the only way to God? Do all religions lead to the same God ? Does faith contradict science? Is the earth young or old? Was there a universal flood? Where did Cain get his wife from? Are there contradictions in he bible? Is there right and wrong? Is man really a sinner? Are heaven and hell real? To drink or not to drink? Is Judas Iscariot in hell? What about cloning, lying to save a life, abortion if a woman has been raped, capital punishment and the love of God, euthanasia, gambling, polygamy, cults and the occult etc.
Who is encouraged to come for this launch?
– Christian college/University students and Christian Union members:
– Pastors, Bishops, Apostles, Church Priests. Missionaries, Evangelists and Catechists:
– Bible school / Theological college / seminary students and staf:
– Christian professionals including teachers, doctors, lawyers, policy makers, Business people …
– Christian journalists and media practitioners
– Christian youth leaders
– Christian parents wising to equip their children with relevant knowledge and tools to stand for Christ in an antagonistic world
– any Christian interested in or wishing to learn how to defend his or her faith before critics or opponents.
Entry is free, but voluntary support for the growth of the Centre or scholarships to fund needy college students is welcome.
Call our office line for details: +254 720 229999 or email Reuben Kigame @gmail.com