Sunday Night Theology
Every last Sunday of the month
4:30pm – 6:00pm
Location: 200 S Church St., West Chester, PA 19382Category: Service
Sunday Night Theology is designed to provide extended time of Bible teaching as well as talks about current issues that should be addressed by the church of Jesus Christ. The Journey Church will provide excellent resources and work to bring some of the finest speakers here to our church as both a ministry to our members as well as an outreach to our community. These are occasions when you can invite others who might not otherwise come to a church to come and listen to our Sunday evening talks.
Upcoming SNT Talks:
Pornography: It’s not just about what you look at —The danger of viewing pornography is not just about the images one sees; it’s about the worldview it teaches, a worldview that distorts, demeans, and destroys real relationships. What do we need to learn about that worldview, and how to guard against it? This SNT talk will be led by Harvest USA's Nicholas Black on Sunday, October 29, 2017.
True Paradox: How Christianity Makes Sense of Our Complex World — Although the twentieth century saw several landmark contributions to Christian apologetics, including C.S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity, these Christian classics have lost some of their effectiveness in an era when America is more pluralistic than ever before and many Americans imagine that science has explained or will soon explain all of the mysteries of life. Many Americans doubt that a two thousand year religion can possibly make sense of the complexities of the contemporary world. Professor Skeel will argue that this perception gets things precisely backwards. Christianity actually offers better explanations than materialism or other perspectives for many of the most important puzzles of our existence, such our idea-making capacity, our perceptions of beauty and suffering, and our repeated optimism that we can create a truly just social order and repeated failure to do so. This SNT talk will be led by UPenn's Dr. David Skeel on Sunday, November 26, 2017.