Bethany Lutheran Church, School, & Early Learning Center
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A rock, a jump, and a knee.
Know how these "little" things
are huge in eternity?
Join us Sunday 8:15 or 11:00 to find out.
Sunday, March 13th @ 3:00 PM
Is it reasonable to believe that the universe is the result of a special creative act of God? Is it reasonable to reject the evolutionary model for the origins of the universe? Must Christians feel as if there is a great disconnect between their faith and science?
Come to Bethany Lutheran Church on Sunday, March 13th at 3:00 PM for a presentation by Dr. Gary Locklair entitled, "Creation is Reasonable: four evidences that argue powerfully for God's creative activity."
Dr. Locklair is professor and chair of the Computer Science department at Concordia University Wisconsin. Dr. Locklair has been actively involved in the science of origins (cosmogony) for over 25 years. He teaches a science course at CUW on cosmogony. He holds a B.A. degree in Chemistry, a B.S. degree in Computer Science, a M.S. degree in Computer Science, and a Ph.D in Computer Science. He serves on the board of directors for the Creation Research Society, the oldest international organization devoted to scientific research into the creation model, and he is a member of the Lutheran Science Institute.Dr. Locklair is a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church (WELS), Port Washington, WI.
Spring Thursday Evening Bible Class
Join us on the following dates at 7:00 PM: April: 7th, 21st, 28th; May: 12th, 19th, 26th. We will examine the book of Acts. Ask Pastor Locklair for the next study guide.
Bethany Book Club
Stay tuned for next meeting details
Our book club continues with Frankenstein.
Wait! If you've only seen movies or cartoons; brides of Frankenstein, young Frankensteins, and sons of Frankenstein, you don't know the real story. It isn't as gruesome and gory and corny as you've been led to believe.
Doctor Frankenstein confronts the finality of death. Can modern technology help him? Where should ethics draw the line between what we should do and what we could do with life and technology? In the end, what is man capable of making and what are his limitations?
If you've never read the book before (or even if you have), read it this fall and join us for our discussion. As we get closer to our date I'll be posting news articles, snippets from medical/technological advances, and Scripture references to add to our discussion.
You can find the book almost anywhere; libraries, bookstores, online, etc. It is widely available through apps for phones and tablets (the free versions are the same text as the others).