2018 Apologetics Conference – May 4 – 5, 2018
We want to invite you to the first annual Apologetics Conference at Jumonville. This year we are partnering with RZIM to bring in Nathan Rittenhouse who is an apologist with RZIM. His bio and picture will appear below.
This time away at Jumonville will consist of a one or two night stay in either our Inn facility or one of our cabins, three meals, and lots of informative information. The cost for just the program and meals is $75. If you wish to stay over the Inn is $95 per room per night or a bed in a cabin $50 per night. We plan on having an opening session Friday night and four sessions throughout the day on Saturday. We will conclude by 8:30pm on Saturday night. Plan now to join us here at Jumonville Christian Camp and Retreat Center as we learn how to defend the faith together as the people of God.
Sessions: Friday night: “The Questions of Culture”
Saturday 1. “Introduction to Apologetics; the Nature of Truth”
Saturday 2. “Spiritual Conversations” – Meaningfully engaging others in non-awkward conversations about faith
Saturday 3. “Understanding Our Times; the structure of belief in the 21st century”
Saturday 4. “Stability and Hope: the call and the Promises of Christ”
Nathan Rittenhouse is an Itinerant Speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He was graduated from Bridgewater College in Virginia with a double major in Physics and Philosophy and Religion, and a minor in Mathematics before attending the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He holds an M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
Nathan has interests in topics of science and religion, church history, and systematic theology. He grew up in an active church and Christian family and developed an enthusiasm for Christ that has intensified with his academic studies. As a student, Nathan refreshed his mind by running track and cross-country and continues to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities with his wife and kids. Nathan spent the last three years traveling and speaking in universities throughout New England, and is currently focusing on the Mid-Atlantic region.
1 CEU is available for UM clergy who are attending at least four of the sessions.