About Our Group:

We bring in expert speakers to present and lead a discussion on evidence from science, history and philosophy related to life's big questions:

  • Why are we here?
  • Does God exist?
  • What has science revealed about purpose in the laws of nature?
  • Is there an objective standard for morality?
  • What is the evidence for Christianity and how do Christian scholars respond to objections?

  • We don't claim to have all the answers but want to try to tackle the tough questions and bring speakers who have researched topics in detail. People from all religions or skeptics are welcome! The more diversity in perspectives, the more interesting the discussion! Too often people tend to make uninformed decisions in these important areas – they may not even realize how much evidence is relevant to these deep philosophical questions.

    Please join our Facebook page to keep appraised of details on meetings. Note that the purpose of this FB page is just to post information about the meetings – so there shouldn't be any spam. Please respect this rule and if you want to carry on a discussion or debate on an issue, do so in this Facebook group. Also, check out our YouTube channel that includes some student debates with the atheist group on campus.

    Testimonials

    “Thank you for leading Reasonable Faith and planning our weekly meetings. As a first-year student at UT Dallas, Reasonable Faith has really helped with my transition to college. The leaders of the group are not only very knowledgeable and articulate, but humble and willing to share what they know. This creates an environment that really fosters discussion and learning. The guest speakers give helpful insights and encourage me to look for more information. Reasonable Faith has strengthened my critical thinking through exploration of life's fundamental questions and enabled me to be more engaged with my mind (Matthew 22:37).“ Naomi

    " I'm yet to be disappointed by the substantive lectures and presentations given at this club's meetings and the general level of courtesy, patience and intelligence of the members. It was my pleasure to revisit with professor McGrew. And nice to see some familiar faces. Despite our theological differences, I encourage all of you to keep up the good work of scholarship." Averroes (an agnostic/atheist who later become a Christian)

    Here are some video testimonies of UTD students who have become followers of Christ despite their previous agnostic or atheistic mindset.

    Mitch Miller

    Tue Tran

    Garrett Engel

    If you have any questions or comments, please email us at:

    reasonablefaith.utd@gmail.com

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