GEORGETOWN THINK WEEK EVENTS


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(Events below are FREE)

—————————————  April 2, Sunday ————————————

“Tolerance: Love without Compromise”,  6:30pm,  (Crestview Baptist, Georgetown)

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———————————— April 3, Monday ——————————–

“How could there be only one way to God?”, 6:30pm  (Crestview Baptist, Georgetown)

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———————————– April 4, Tuesday —————————— 

“Faith and Work: Any connection?”, 12:00pm, (Georgetown Business Leaders)
“How can a good God exist if there is so much suffering?”, 6:30pm  (Crestview, Georgetown)

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——————————— April 5, Wednesday —————————–

“Conversational Apologetics”, 8:30am  (Georgetown Ministerial Breakfast)
“Why I’m not an atheist?”, 8:30pm  (Southwestern U, Georgetown)

Our Speakers

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Nathan Rittenhouse

Nathan Rittenhouse is an Itinerant Speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He was graduated from Bridgewater College in Virginia with a double major in Physics and Philosophy and Religion, and a minor in Mathematics before attending the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He holds an M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.Nathan has interests in topics of science and religion, church history, and systematic theology. As a student, Nathan refreshed his mind by running track and cross-country and continues to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities with his wife and kids.

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Jo Vitale

Jo Vitale is an Itinerant Speaker and Dean of Studies of Zacharias Institute. She received a first class degree in Theology at the University of Oxford and was twice recipient of the University’s Gibbs Prize for her examination results. Jo then completed a University of Oxford Masters in Biblical Interpretation (M.St) before being awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council Scholarship for doctoral studies.

She is currently using the award for doctoral studies at the University of Oxford on the topic of “Women and Beauty in the Old Testament”.

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Michelle Tepper

Michelle Tepper is an itinerant speaker for RZIM, teaching worldwide on a number of subjects, including the problem of pain, God’s character, sex, relationships, and love.  Since 2011, Michelle has been speaking overseas as a part of the RZIM European team and as a guest lecturer at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics.  Michelle has strong ties to Oxford since she met and married her husband there while studying abroad at Oxford University, during which she finished her bachelor’s degree in political science from Stetson University. Michelle then went on to pursue further studies in theology at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA).

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Andy Moore

Andy is a Speaker for RZIM and co-leads Festival of Thought, which focuses on apologetics for the corporate world. Andy has a background in business having previously worked as an advisor to Private Equity houses in London and in Financial Operations for a NASDAQ-listed multinational. He continues to serve on the Board of Trustees for several charities in London.  Andy is a Chartered Accountant in England and Wales and the holder of Certificates in Christian Apologetics and Theological Studies from the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and University of Oxford respectively.  Andy is also a keen sportsman and has played rugby to a representative level within Ireland.