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  • A Weekend with Dr. White

    GBTS - August 4, 2020

    To many, Dr. James White needs no introduction. But for those who don’t know him, he is a world-renowned apologist who serves as the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of more than twenty books, a professor, a pastor, and an accomplished debater, having aptly defended the Christian faith against atheism, Mormonism, Islam, Roman Catholicism, and others.

    He has been married since 1982 and has two children and four grandchildren.

    Dr. White has graciously agreed to come to central Arkansas on the weekend of August 14. We are excited to tell you about two great opportunities to hear him:

    Friday, August 14

    GBTS is excited to announce a special guest lecture from Dr. James White in person here on campus on August 14, 2020 at 7pm. There is no charge for this event but registration is required in order to help us have an accurate number.

    There will be a registration link at the bottom of the page.

    Saturday, August 15

    The Conway/Perry Baptist Association will be hosting Dr. James White and Grace Bible Theological Seminary’s own Jeffrey Johnson at the First Baptist Chruch of Oppelo on Saturday, August 15.

    The topic of this one day Bible conference is Defending the Faith. There will be two morning sessions beginning at 9am, a break for lunch, and two afternoon sessions.

    The final afternoon session will be a Q&A over practical apologetic questions with both Dr. White and Dr. Johnson. You can submit questions for that Q&A here, or by texting 501-613-7394.


    Registration is free, but you must register in order to attend either of these events. You are free to come to both or to pick which one you will attend. The plan is to live stream Saturday’s conference – you do not need to register if you only plan to watch the live stream.

    Please click here to register.

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