Wesley Weekly #40 – Perspectives on Creation

Welcome back to Wesley everyone!

We’re going to be shifting topics a bit today to something a little lighter, so keep on reading to see what we’ve got in store for today.

What you may have missed…

Last week we held our discussion on Abortion. We examined theological perspectives, political agendas, social contexts, and the ethical questions to try and give proper weight and understanding to the issue.

In the end, the most effective way to reduce the number of abortions is proper sex education, birth control, and public services available to those who need them.

This Week

This week we will be examining theological perspectives around creation, evolution, and natural science. In the process of evaluating these ideas, we’ll talk about a bit about epistemology, or how people know what they know.

After dealing with some heavy subject matter, we decided to tackle something a little lighter for this week.

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Prayers and Concerns

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