Is Christianity Intolerant? W/ Q & A: Is God Relevant? Series

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Is Christianity Intolerant? w/ Q & A: Is God Relevant? Series ( Includes Free Lunch.

Religious intolerance has been called the “greatest problem confronting civilization” today. How does Christianity fit into this picture? In today’s multicultural and pluralist society, isn’t it arrogant (or dangerous!) to say any one religion is “right”? Join us for a free lunch and a talk (+ Q & A) on these crucial issues, and how the Christian message speaks to them.


LOGAN GATES recently received his Masters from the University of Oxford. Topics he regularly speaks on include “Has science buried God?,” “Aren’t all religions basically the same?” and “If God, why suffering?” Previously based in Central America with an NGO, Logan speaks Spanish and French and travels widely around the world as a speaker with RZIM. Logan’s passion is to help others see the beauty of a personal relationship with Jesus by responding to the toughest questions people ask about the Christian faith.


PETER KUPISZ received his MA in the History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Toronto and also an MA in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Biola University. While living in South Korea he started a popular Facebook page called Mars Summit which now has a sister site called Mars Valley – Canadian Students. He enjoys studying a variety of issues and interacting with people of many different religions and worldviews. Having recently joined Power to Change staff, his vision is to combine social media interaction with real-life student discussions on the big questions.

MICHELLE TEPPER is an itinerant speaker with RZIM in the US, teaching worldwide on a number of subjects, including the problem of pain, God’s character, sex, relationships, and love.

Before moving back to home to the United States, Michelle was based in Oxford. She studied theology at the University of Oxford, was a guest lecturer at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, and spoke overseas as a part of the RZIM European team Prior to joining the RZIM staff, Michelle worked for six years as the University Chaplain for St. Aldate’s—a thriving, historic, student friendly church located in the heart of Oxford. While at Oxford, Michelle met and married her husband there. Michelle and her husband, Peter, live in Florida with their daughter, Sophia.

For a list of all the events happening in the weeklong Is God Relevant? Series go here:
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By: Power to Change - University of Toronto

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