Dr. Jerry Bergman to Speak in Indianapolis

Speaker and author Dr. Jerry Bergman will speak Tuesday, March 9th at 7PM at Zion Unity Baptist Church (3855 E. 10th St., Indianapolis, IN). Dr. Bergman has written books on the fossil record, Hitler’s evolutionary roots, Charles Darwin, and fully functional vestigial organs.

He will discuss the following points:
1. Darwinian evolution/The Big Bang Theory are known lies from the intelligentsia; they are perpetuated for personal interest and monetary gain
2. Charles Darwin’s theory was an intentional effort to debunk Christianity and foment racism and humanism
3. Evidence supporting creation by an all-powerful, omniscient Creator abounds

Dr. Jerry Bergman to Speak in Indianapolis

Speaker and author Dr. Jerry Bergman will speak Tuesday, March 9th at 7PM at Zion Unity Baptist Church (3855 E. 10th St., Indianapolis, IN). Dr. Bergman has written books on the fossil record, Hitler’s evolutionary roots, Charles Darwin, and fully functional vestigial organs.

He will discuss the following points:
1. Darwinian evolution/The Big Bang Theory are known lies from the intelligentsia; they are perpetuated for personal interest and monetary gain
2. Charles Darwin’s theory was an intentional effort to debunk Christianity and foment racism and humanism
3. Evidence supporting creation by an all-powerful, omniscient Creator abounds

March On, My Soul; Be Strong!

“… March on, my soul; be strong!”

Deborah and Barak, Judges 5:21

For twenty years, Canaan had its jackboot on Israel’s throat. When they cried to God for help, He answered and hand-picked Deborah, “a mother in Israel,” to judge His chosen people.

With the help of God and Jael, a woman with MacGyver-like ingenuity, Israel routed Canaan and the land had peace for forty years.

To celebrate, Deborah and Barak sang a victory song. Imagine what it sounded like as they belted it out in the original Hebrew!

Catch the whole story in Judges 4–5.

Impeaching Trump Twice Is Like Burning Wycliffe’s Bones

At some point it’s less about your target’s despicability and more about your own vindictiveness.

Context:

“John Wycliffe died of his stroke on the last day of the year. The religious authorities had never excommunicated him because they feared public opinion–the people loved John and his fame was international. So he was buried in consecrated soil. But about thirty years later, the Council of Constance revenged itself on his criticism by condemning his teachings and ordering his bones to be dug up and burned.

“But the burning of such a man’s bones could not end his influence. As John Foxe said in his book of martyrs, ‘though they dug up his body, burnt his bones, and drowned his ashes, yet the Word of God and the truth of his doctrine, with the fruit and success thereof, they could not burn; which yet to this day…doth remain.'”

Christianity.com, “John Wycliffe on His Death Bed”

Virtual Passover with Marty Goetz

Marty Goetz is a talented Messianic Jewish musician and composer who opened his home virtually to share a Passover Seder with friends and family. Take a look!

“Growing up in a Jewish family in Cleveland, Ohio, I always celebrated two nights of Passover. We joined others throughout the world in recounting the ancient story of our deliverance from slavery in Egypt. That miraculous event happened to a people instructed to stay in their dwellings until the ‘angel of death’ had passed over their homes, marked with the blood of the Passover lamb. As we all find ourselves in a similar situation, shut in, due to our ‘current crisis,’ we hope for our own miracle as we celebrate this second night of Pesach (Passover). From our family to yours, we invite you to join us for a mini-Seder and our observance of this timeless festival of freedom. Chag Sameach!”

Hidden Figures Film & Discussion

Sunday, February 5th at 3:30PM
Landmark Keystone Art Cinema (8702 Keystone Crossing, 201A, Indianapolis)

It’s not every day that one film brings together the civil rights struggle, scientific innovation, and the role of faith in society under one roof.

But “Hidden Figures” does just that.

Join us at 3:30 to watch the movie. Afterwards we’ll grab a bite to eat and discuss the movie in depth! (Or, send you on your way to watch the Super Bowl!)

Meet in the lobby of the Landmark Keystone Art Cinema. If you have any trouble finding us, text/call Hannah at (765) 438-1228.

For more info, check out the reviews from Movieguide, PluggedIn, and Michael Medved!

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Hidden Figures Film & Discussion

Sunday, February 5th at 3:30PM
Landmark Keystone Art Cinema (8702 Keystone Crossing, 201A, Indianapolis)

It’s not every day that one film brings together the civil rights struggle, scientific innovation, and the role of faith in society under one roof.

But “Hidden Figures” does just that.

Join us at 3:30 to watch the movie. Afterwards we’ll grab a bite to eat and discuss the movie in depth! (Or, send you on your way to watch the Super Bowl!)

Meet in the lobby of the Landmark Keystone Art Cinema. If you have any trouble finding us, text/call Hannah at (765) 438-1228.

For more info, check out the reviews from Movieguide, PluggedIn, and Michael Medved!

Are you on Facebook? Share the event with a friend!

Fences

By August Wilson
One America Mainstage
Powerful drama from Wilson’s epic cycle
$25-59 adult | $20 student
Begins: March 9, 2016
Ends: April 3, 2016

A former Negro League baseball player, thwarted in his dreams of a Major League career, struggles to provide for his family and break free from the boundaries imposed upon him. Set in 1957, at the intersection of old prejudices and changing opportunities, Fences is a powerful drama filled with passionate love and thundering rage, generous laughter and searing pain.

To Kill a Mockingbird

By Harper Lee
Adapted by Christopher Sergel
OneAmerica Mainstage
America’s most beloved novel comes to life
$25-59 adult | $20 student
Begins: January 29, 2016
Ends: February 28, 2016

Scout and her brother Jem don’t always understand their father, Atticus Finch. But as he defends an innocent man, wrongly accused of a heinous crime, they begin to learn about the realities of life in a racially divided world. Harper Lee’s groundbreaking novel has changed millions of lives; seeing this story live on stage will change yours.

April 4, 1968: Before We Forgot How to Dream

By James Still
IRT Upperstage
An intimate look at an Indianapolis family’s collision with history.
$25-59 adult | $20 student

Bobby Kennedy’s powerful speech on the night of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination is a vital moment in Indiana’s memory. Inspired by true stories from those who were there, this world premiere offers an intimate look at one family and their personal experiences as history unfolds around them. It will surprise you, move you—and perhaps remind you.