Debate: Atheism Vs. Christianity

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"Atheism or Christianity, Which is More Reasonable?"

Do you believe in a higher power? Or is science your guide for understanding? Perhaps you fall somewhere in the wide valley of agnosticism. Regardless of where you stand, this discussion should provide food for thought. Atheist author David McAfee will engage in a formal debate with Christian scholar and apologist Luuk Van de Weghe (Windmill Ministries). The question: Which belief is more reasonable? McAfee and Van de Weghe have each spent time immersed in both secular and Christian communities. Their discussion promises to be thoughtful and informed. The debaters will use arguments from philosophy, science, history, and culture to make their case during 70 minutes of formal debate. After the formal portion, the debaters will participate in a 45-minute Q&A segment with the audience.

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The Debaters:

David G. McAfee is a Religious Studies graduate, journalist, and author of The Belief Book, a children’s book explaining the origins of beliefs and religion, and Mom, Dad, I’m an Atheist: The Guide to Coming Out as a Non-believer. He is also an editor for Ockham Publishing and a contributor to American Atheist Magazine. McAfee attended University of California, Santa Barbara, and graduated with bachelor’s degrees in English and Religious Studies with an emphasis on Christianity and Mediterranean religions.

Born in the Netherlands, Luuk Van de Weghe was raised in a secular home until his parents became Christians in his teen years. After becoming a Christian himself at seventeen, he went on to pursue a bachelors in Secondary Education and is currently completing a Master of Divinity at Western Reformed Seminary in Tacoma, WA. Luuk works as a general contractor on the Olympic Peninsula, where he lives with his wife and three young children. He writes and speaks on behalf of Windmill Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization.
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