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NRB Network to Host Apologetics Conference in Nashville

Some of the nation's top Christian apologists will come together this Saturday to help Christians tackle tough and hotly-argued issues such as human origins, atheism, and more.

Hosted by the NRB Network, the Know Truth Apologetics Conference will be taking place on Saturday, April 13, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Christ Church in Nashville, TN, and feature apologists including Ray Bohlin, William Dembski, Stuart McAllister, Alex McFarland, Frank Turek, and Dan Scott.

“The Know Truth conference is an opportunity for our viewers, college students and the community at large to interact with some of the most well-known Christian apologists out there in a way that goes beyond the television screen,” commented NRB Network President and CEO Troy A. Miller.

"In a globalized, technologically savvy and secular world, the need for coherent, honest answers is more important than ever,” added Pastor Dan Scott, Senior Pastor of Christ Church Nashville. “This conference addresses that need."

To register for the conference, visit the Know Truth webpage at nrbnetwork.tv/Pages/KnowTruth.aspx. The cost to register is $50 per person ($15 for students).

For conference updates and the schedule, visit www.facebook.com/KTConf.

Christ Church Nashville is located at 15354 Old Hickory Blvd. For directions, click here.

Published: April 11, 2013

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