International Christian preacher to visit Waterfall

2015-09-15 06:00
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Christian preacher and teacher Doctor John Blanchard.

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CHRISTIAN preacher and teacher, Doctor John Blanchard will give a talk at Christ Church Waterfall, titled “Where is God when things go wrong?” on Friday 25 September at 6.30pm and the public is invited to attend.

Blanchard is an internationally known Christian preacher, teacher, apologist and author. He has written 30 books, including two of Britain’s most widely used evangelistic presentations, Right With God and the booklet, Ultimate Questions.

The latter has over 14 000 000 copies in print in about 60 languages. His major book Does God believe in Atheists

?, published in 2000, was voted “Best Christian Book” in the 2001 UK Christian Book Awards, and became a best-seller, described as “a brilliant defence of belief in God”.

Other books he has written include Truth for Life, Whatever Happened to Hell, Meet the Real Jesus, Beatitudes for Today, Major Points from the Minor Prophets and The Hitch-hiker’s Guide to Heaven.

Blanchard is committed to Popular Christian Apologetics, a project involving writing, speaking, teaching and broadcasting in defence of the Christian faith. Following on from Does God Believe in Atheists?, further books in the series include, Has Science got rid of God?, Is God past His sell-by Date?, Meet the Real Jesus, Is Anybody Out There?, Where Do We Go From Here?, Evolution: Fact or Fiction?, Why Believe the Bible?, Why on Earth did Jesus Come?, Why the Cross?, JESUS: Dead or Alive? and Anyone for Heaven?

The talk is free and there will be a books for sale.

To find out more about Blanchard or the talk contact Christ Church Waterfall on 031 763 3723 or email Christ Church Waterfall is at 12 Link Road, Waterfall. (opposite the library).

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