Doubter’s Guide to Jesus – The Friend Who Welcomes Everyone
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM
Keslinger Campus | Keslinger Campus Worship Center
Join us for a captivating four-week lecture series featuring Dr. John Dickson. Delve into the diverse portrayals of Jesus sourced from the earliest historical records. Through this journey, we’ll discover that Jesus remains a historical enigma—a multi-dimensional, intricate, and occasionally paradoxical figure. Even after two millennia of veneration, His essence defies confinement to a singular framework. Prepare to expand your horizons, challenge your convictions, and reevaluate your way of life as we embark on this exploration.
Mark your calendars for these enlightening sessions at our Keslinger Campus, located at 3435 Keslinger Road in Geneva. The lectures will commence from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM, followed by an interactive Q&A session.
Sept. 23: The Teacher who Changed the World
Sept. 30: The Healer who Mends Everything
Oct. 7: The Judge who Brings Justice for All
Oct. 14: The Friend who Welcomes Everyone
ABOUT JOHN DICKSON:
Dr. Dickson is an author, historian, and public
advocate for the Christian faith. He holds the
Jean Kvamme Distinguished Chair at Wheaton
College, Illinois, where he is also Distinguished
Scholar in Public Christianity. He has written
more than 20 books, presented three television
documentaries on the history of Christianity, and
is the host of the popular Undeceptions podcast.
A busy public speaker, he lives in Wheaton,
Illinois, with his wife Elizabeth and the youngest
of their three children.