How should we view our life or our world as a Christian? What kind of role does our faith have? How should we show our faith and our hope to the world? Find the answers in the second part of new series of Seminar held by MRII Munich.
Date: Sunday, 5th November 2017
Time : 16:30 (after Sunday service at 13:00)
Place: FeG Müncehn Mitte, Mozartstr 12, 80337 München.
Speaker: Vic. Steve Hendra
We usually think that religion only matters in the afterlife. Therefore, many Christians believe that their faith has nothing to do with this world and choose to play safe during their lifetime. Because of that, non-believers may think of religious people as losers who put their hope solely in the afterlife. Does this also apply to Christianity? This new series of seminars will deal with this theme.
I. Christian Ethos in Learning and Working
In this session, we will see that Christian faith, especially reformed theology, has the spiritual treasure that brings great impact to the world, i.e. Protestant ethics. What is the secret behind that and what is the difference from the teachings of this world?
II. Presuppositionalist in Apologetics and Christian Worldview
How should we view our life or our world as a Christian? What kind of role does our faith have? How should we show our faith and our hope to the world?
III. Learning by Understanding Science and Our Brain
This session will discuss some characteristics of science and our brain that could help us develop our own learning strategy.
IIII. Putting Subjects in Their Place: A Practical Guide to Christian Integration
In this session we will discuss how to integrate science to our faith.