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Do you want to make a meaningful impact in your community and perhaps around the world? Find out how local RTB chapters and visiting scholars are helping spread RTB’s mission, and then consider connecting with one of these communities.
RTB Austin, TX Chapter
Topic: Religious Pluralism
Speaker: Ed Smith
Date: Saturday, July 9
Time: 10:00 AM–12:00 PM
Location: Longhorns for Christ Campus Center
1909 University Ave.
Austin, TX 78705Map/Directions
RTB Los Angeles, CA Chapter
Topic: An Evaluation of Evolving out of Eden by Robert Price
Speaker: RTB visiting scholar Travis Campbell
Date: Monday, July 11
Time: 7:00–9:00 PM
Location: Sierra Madre Congregational Church
154 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Sierra Madre, CA 91024Map/Directions
Watch the last two videos in our series on informal fallacies. Learn from visiting scholar Mark Perez about a couple of fallacies that may be used by Christians and non-Christians alike.
- “Informal Fallacies: Appeal to an Unqualified Authority”
- “Informal Fallacies: The Suppressed Evidence Fallacy”
Mark Perez is a retired deputy chief from the Los Angeles Police Department and holds a master’s in philosophy of science from California State University, Los Angeles, a CSU certificate in critical thinking, and a master’s in public administration from American Military University. Mark also facilitates Reasons Institute’s Critical Thinking Skills course.