AC Conference 2019 Highlights

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Perhaps the most high-profile thing Apologetics Canada does is its annual apologetics conference. Over a thousand like-minded people (and not so like-minded people) come together to engage ideas. Do you ever wonder what things look like from the perspective of the organizers of this event? Join Andy, Terry, and Steve as they talk about some highlights from this year’s conference. …

Highlights from the 2012 Apologetics Canada Conference

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Think & Live This year was more than just a conference. During the week leading up to the conference two of our speakers arrived early and spoke at local schools. On Tuesday Dr. Paul Copan spoke at Trinity Western University and Friday morning Dr. JP Moreland spoke at Pacific Life Bible College. The students and faculty thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity …

Top Five Reasons to Attend the Apologetics Canada Conference

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#1 – Cultivate a life of the mind. The “Think & Live” conference is about becoming a fully engaged disciple of Jesus Christ, who loves God with heart, soul, and MIND. Jesus, in fact, calls this the greatest commandment in Matthew 22:37-38: Jesus said to him, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and …

Apologetics Canada Conference 2012

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Apologetics Canada is proud to announce the upcoming Apologetics Canada Conference 2012. We’re calling this conference, “Think & Live” and it is about, “becoming a fully engaged disciple of Jesus Christ who loves God with heart, soul, and MIND.” To facilitate this, we’re bringing in an excellent array of speakers, both for our four keynote sessions, as well as a bunch …

Apologetics Canada Conference 2011

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Conference… March 4th & 5th 2011, the Apologetics Canada Conference at Coquitlam Alliance Church was a huge success. We packed the church with nearly 600 attendees. Some came from as far away as Ontario, Alberta, Washington and Oregon. Here in BC they drove in from Vancouver Island, Kamloops and Kelowna. All areas of the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley were well …