What is Truth Seekerís Club?
Truth Seekerís Club is a one-hour class featuring answers to some of the most common objections to the Christian faith. Also many Christians have questions concerning the faith that nag them. Our desire is to create an environment where questions are welcome and Christians can gain understanding and confidence in their faith.
There are many benefits to attending Truth Seekers Club and getting answers to the big questions. One of the biggest benefits is that you will grow in confidence when you interact with unbelievers because you have a comprehensive and true view of reality. Every human being has a world view. This means that each person has a way in which they look at reality and try to answer the big questions of life. Some of the big questions are:
Where did the universe come from?
How did life originate?
Why are human beings rational? (using reason)
Why is there evil and suffering in the world?
What is the answer to evil?
Where do we go when we die?
Those who believe in Jesus Christ and the God of the Bible have a comprehensive world view that provides the best answers to lifeís deepest questions and the nature of reality. Therefore, all believers should be very confident in their interactions with unbelievers because we have such Good News and good answers to share with them. Our goal then is to become better equipped to handle the common objections to Christianity and by so doing gain an opportunity to be heard and share the salvation and hope there is in Christ.
Recently some of the topics we have dealt with are: Homosexuality, Is there objective truth? Is it more reasonable to believe in Christianity or not to believe in Christianity? Is the Bible Reliable? The Occult, the New Age Movement, Arenít all religions true?, How to test a world-view.
Meanwhile we are recommending three books for summer reading.
Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Quereshi.
Cold Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace
The Unexpected Adventure by Lee Strobel and Mark Mittleberg
Below are links to some of the resources that have been mentioned at recent TSC meetings: