There’s a new movie out called Collision which documents a series of debates on the topic: Is Christianity Good for the World?
It features Christopher Hitchens, author of God is Not Great, and evangelical theologian Doug Wilson.
On Thursday, November 19th, I will be co-sponsoring a screening of that movie along with The Painted Door, a Chicago church. Following the screening will be a discussion about the movie featuring myself and Chad Meister, editor of of the forthcoming God is Great, God is Good, a refutation of Hitchens’ book.
It’s not a debate. Just a discussion of ideas discussed in the movie.
Tickets cost $5 (you pay when you get there), but you must RSVP here so we can add you to the list.
Here’s the pertinent info:
What: Screening of Collision followed by a panel discussion.
Where: Merit School of Music’s Gottlieb Hall Street, 38 S Peoria St., Chicago, IL 60607
When: Thursday, November 19th, 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
There better be some atheist support at this event, that’s all I’m saying 🙂 But invite your religious friends, too. It’ll be an interesting discussion for everybody. I’m looking forward to it.
Hope you can make it!