Monthly Archives: March 2020

Northern Maine Apologetics Conference

  The Northern Maine Apologetics Conference (NMAC) is currently scheduled to be held on July 15, 2020, in Mapleton, Maine. This event is sponsored by Baptist Park and coordinated by the Rev. Dr. Kenneth E. Phelps, Aroostook Resource Minister. Featured speaker will be Ryan Goding of the AIIA Institute and coordinator of AIIA’s newest initiative, Anchor […]

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Is the Coronavirus Proof of Heaven?

  It’s a good time to think about heaven.  It’s an especially good time to sing songs about heaven.  The current COVID-19 crisis has triggered widespread uneasiness and discouragement — among even those who are not directly suffering from the virus itself. Where can one turn? This crisis is international in scope. Its ripple effects […]

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AIIA’s Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

  As of this writing (Wednesday afternoon, March 19, 2020), here at AIIA’s Study Center in north central Maine, we’re still feeling somewhat removed from the vortex of the COVID-19 pandemic that rages across the nation and around the world. We realize that local developments might change tomorrow. So even at this point we’re resolved […]

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Can Life Without God Make Sense?

  ReasonableFaith.org is the website of William Lane Craig, a widely respected philosopher and one of the leading evangelical Christian thinkers of our time. Reasonable Faith has produced a number of very excellent videos on the issues that matter most in life. Here is the link to a Youtube video entitled “Is There Meaning to […]

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