Wesley Weekly #27: Divinity or Delusion?

Food for thought

Welcome back to Wesley at MSU! After spending a low key week to recover during mid-terms, we are back at it!

What you may have missed…

You missed nothing but some good hanging out.

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This Week

We are continuing our discussion on the arguments for and against religious belief. We’re going to start by examining some of the common arguments for the existence of God, and evaluate the counter points to them.If you’re interested in joining us, send us a message to get the link to the Zoom call!

Prayers and Concerns

If there is anything you would like the community to pray for, send us a message, or reach out to us on our social media pages.

Director’s Spotlight – Erasmus

Sometimes considered as the “Prince of Humanists”, Erasmus is one of the most influential figures in the history of the Christian faith. He is most known for translating and publishing the Greek New Testament. It was a work that gave fuel to many criticizing the abuses of the Catholic church and leading to the Protestant Reformation. However, while Erasmus remained critical of the abuses of the Catholic church, he also distanced himself from other reformers like Luther. He remained a champion of human free-will in the face of his contemporaries and his works became foundational in the development of Christian humanist thinking.

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