Caffeinated Thoughts and Caffeinated Thoughts Radio are pleased to announce that renowned Christian scholar, author and lecturer Dr. E. Calvin Beisner will be a keynote speaker at the 2016 Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing on Saturday, October 15, 2016 in Johnston, IA.
“Since I never learned to like coffee, I search for other metaphors than ‘caffeinated’ when I think about super-charged thoughts, and what I come up with is nitroglycerin. Yup, that’s it: Your brain on nitro! That’s a Caffeinated Thoughts briefing—sharp thinkers gathered together to discuss challenging problems, applying the truths and principles of the Biblical worldview, fielding tough questions, no holds barred. Never a dull moment at a Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing! Attending this will be one of the top highlights of your year!”
- To the rise of ISIS and Islamic terrorism, including homegrown terrorism?
- To the LGBTQ agenda and those who promote it?
- To the growing threat to our religious liberty?
- To the abortion industry and the culture of death our courts continue to defend?
- To a culture that is increasingly hostile to our faith and biblical truth?
Beisner will address engaging with a culture that is increasingly hostile to the Christian faith and biblical truth.
“I am thrilled to have Dr. Beisner back at the Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing. Those who attended our very first Briefing benefited from his knowledge and expertise. He has engaged our culture on a number of fronts with a biblical worldview, and being battle tested can provide great insight on how to engage those with different viewpoints in a winsome way,” Shane Vander Hart, founder and editor of Caffeinated Thoughts and co-host of Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, said.
Beisner will be joined by panelists Rev. Mike Ericson, pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Reformed Church in Johnston, and Kelvey Vander Hart, contributor at Caffeinated Thoughts and Hypeline.org, for a panel discussion on this topic after his keynote address. Beisner will be one of five keynote speakers to address those attending this year’s briefing.
Those interested in attending the 2016 Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing can register online at CTBriefing2016.com.