Charles White

Charles White is Professor of Christian Thought and History at Spring Arbor University in Michigan, USA.  Harvard, Cambridge, and Boston universities have contributed to his education.  In the 1970s he was minister to students at Boston’s Park Street Church.  He has written two books and a score of academic articles.  Bible translation is one of his passions, and he has worked on twenty-five of the twenty-seven New Testament books in seven different languages.  He has taught environmentalists in Michigan, physicians in Mexico, pastors in Canada, university students in England, Bible college students in Australia, Muslims in Nigeria, evangelists in India, missionaries in the Philippines and Rwanda, church planters in Iraq, ministers in Jordan, and disciplers in Ethiopia.  He is the father of four grown children and has run more than 86,000 kilometers since he turned 40.


2018 Forum Sessions

Post-Luncheon Workshops

Why Atheism is Irrational: The Fatal Weakness in Atheists’ Armor

Is it possible to trust in reason and rational thought if there is no God?  Although many atheists call themselves “Brights” and claim to bask in the light of reason, their materialistic worldview provides them no foundation to ground their claim to think rationally.  Surprisingly for them, a reliance on reason points not to atheism, but to the existence of a God who is the source of logical thought.  Beginning with thinkers from the second century before Christ and continuing up to the current time, this talk demonstrates that atheists have in reality no reason to trust reason.  Then, turning to the work of theists, it shows how those who trust in reason have good reason to believe in God.


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