• November 3-4, 2017   7-9pm, 9-4pm
  • The Compass Church: Bolingbrook Campus
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Top-Notch Speakers

Listen to scholars explain the history, importance, value, and shortcomings of the Reformation era.

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The best apologetics conference in the western suburbs of Chicago!

Speakers

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KURT JAROS

Host of the Veracity Hill podcast and Executive Director of Defenders Media

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JERRY WALLS

Professor of Philosophy and Scholar in Residence at Houston Baptist University

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RICHARD PARK

Professor of Religion at Vanguard University

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JAMES PAYTON

Professor Emeritus of History at Redeemer University College in Ontario, Canada.

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CISCO COTTO

Lead Pastor, Village Church of Oak Park, and News Anchor at WBBM Chicago

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TYLER MCNABB

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Houston Baptist University

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SETH BAKER

Regional Associate, Defenders Media

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DAVID MONTOYA

Associate, Defenders Media

Program Schedule

  • 7:00 PM

    ” Scripture & Tradition: Lessons from Calvin & the Church Fathers ” – Kurt Jaros

  • 8:15 PM

    Breakout Session #1

  • 9:00 AM

    ” The Image of God in Catholic and Protestant Thought ” – Dr. Richard Park

  • 10:00 AM

    Breakout Session #2

  • 11:00 AM

    ” Getting the Reformation Wrong ” – Dr. James R. Payton

  • 11:45 AM

    LUNCH

  • 12:45 PM

    ” Roman but Not Catholic: What Remains at Stake ” – Dr. Jerry Walls

  • 1:45 PM

    Breakout Session #3

  • 02:45 PM

    PANEL DISCUSSION

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  • ” So well done, fascinating, and engaging speakers with incredible knowledge. “

  • ” All the topics were wonderful. I especially enjoyed the breakout session, ‘Undesigned Coincidences.’ It increased my faith and I was very moved. “

  • ” Loved it! Can’t imagine what it takes to plan and make a conference like this one. It was fantastic! “

  • ” I found all the topics new viewpoints to me. Some challenging, but all strengthened my faith in the Gospel. Thanks! “

  • ” I don’t usually say this about conferences, but I wish it were longer. “