Join us to hear an ex-Mormon scholar explain why the Church of Latter-Day Saints proved to be intellectually and spiritually lacking to him and to others. Our guest will present fresh, thoughtful, respectful, and challenging insights as he speaks to both the heart and mind. Join us for this very important conversation and invite your Mormon friends to listen as well.
Our guest felt like the luckiest man in the world. He was talented, pastor of a thriving church, national director of a prayer movement and married to the girl of his dreams. Little did he know that his world would soon be consumed in darkness. The questions he asked are the same ones most of us ask when we walk through dark trials: Hadn’t he been faithful and obedient? Why hadn’t God answered his prayers? Why? Join us for a profound and hopeful exploration of loss and faith.
Corey Miller, PhD, is the President/CEO of Ratio Christi, a global movement equipping university students and faculty to give historical, scientific, and philosophical evidence for the Christian faith. While he grew up in Utah as a sixth generation Mormon, he came to Christ in 1988 and he has since been a youth and college pastor, a Bible college and university professor, campus minister, lecturer, and first and foremost an evangelist. He served on staff with Cru at Purdue University for several years and is an Adjunct Professor of Philosophy and Comparative Religions at Indiana University-Kokomo.
Alain Emerson is the national director of 24-7 Prayer Ireland and a lead pastor at Emmanuel Church, a thriving young church in Lurgan, Northern Ireland. Alain has a passion to see God do a "new thing" in Ireland.