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Truth for a New Generation Apologetics Conference to Feature Briefing on Religious Liberty

Truth For a New GenerationThe Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview is partnering with American Family Radio and Amb-OS to present "Truth for a New Generation: A National Briefing on Religious Liberty" on Saturday, September 28.

The briefing, which commences at 3:30 p.m. ET, will feature experts from the Colson Center (Eric Metaxas and John Stonestreet), The Heritage Foundation (Jennifer Marshall), the Manhattan Declaration (Eric Teetsel), and more. Furthermore, the two-hour event is being made available as a special for Christian radio stations and will include a special keynote address with Eric Metaxas.

The briefing is part of the 2013 Truth for a New Generation Conference, which will feature renowned Christian speaker and thinkers including Dan Kimball, Erwin Lutzer, Josh McDowell, Eric Metaxas, Tony Perkins, and Lee Strobel, among others.

The upcoming September 27-28 event in Charlotte, NC, seeks to train Christians to better understand their faith; present answers to those struggling with doubts; provide scholars with a forum in which to present their research and the most up-to-date evidence for Christianity; and offer churches practical apologetics training that will result in congregations being better equipped to meet the spiritual needs of the people in their communities.

Sponsors of the event include North Greenville University, the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, Logos Bible Software, Focus on the Family, the American Family Association, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Chick-fil-A, the Truth Network, and the NRB Network, among others.

For permission to carry the September 28 broadcast on Amb-OS LIVE or tape-delay, click here.

Published: September 11, 2013

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