Tue Oct 13: Men’s Supper Club

The nature of Christ and the resurrection.

A central teaching of Christian doctrines is that three days after he died, Jesus was brought back to life. In other words, he was resurrected.

“He was crucified, died, and was buried
He descended to the dead.
On the third day he rose again.”
(Apostles’ creed)

An evening for dinner, discovery, and discussion

Although the resurrection is central to Christian beliefs, it is quite reasonable to ask: Did it really happen? Is there historical evidence to support the resurrection? In his book, Basic Christianity, John Stott looks at these questions, examines various pieces of evidence, and draws the conclusion that our faith in the resurrection is indeed justified. If you are a doubter, this might be the evening for you.

Gentlemen, please join us at St. John’s on Tuesday, October 13 for an evening of dinner, discovery, and discussion. We’ll look at chapters 3 and 4 of Basic Christianity. In chapter 3, Stott puts forward the case that our faith in the nature of Jesus is justified by history, and in chapter 4, he makes the case for the resurrection. It is suggested (but not required!) that you read the chapters ahead of time. If you have difficulty finding the a copy of book, please contact Max Dionisio who can help.

Men’s Supper Club
Tuesday, October 13
Garnsworthy Room at St. John’s

6:30 – Gather and socialize
7:00 – Dinner is served
7:30 – Discussion begins

If you are interested in attending, it is appreciated if you can send a note to Max at max.dionisio@gmail.com. Come for an evening of fellowship, food for the body, and food for the spirit.


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