Summit sessions set at Bryan in July
June 19, 2008

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Summit – an intense two-week journey through the worlds of worldviews and contemporary culture – will come to Bryan College in July.  Summit is designed to equip high school and college students to effectively defend their Christian faith in a postmodern world.
 
Summit East Conferences Director Ben Williams said the two sessions at Bryan will challenge students to “engage the ideas that drive our culture and higher education, and to take those ideas captive to Christ.”
 
During the first student session, July 6-18, an adult conference will offer similar training for parents, teachers and pastors in a one-week program July 6-11.
 
Summit offers participants instruction on how to defend a Christian worldview by understanding competing worldviews, evolution and creation, and Christianity’s influence on history and culture, and by developing communication and leadership skills.
 
Many Summit students attend or plan to attend secular universities where challenges to Christian beliefs are prevalent. “Summit is designed to equip our students with the truth that they need to not only survive but actively take part in the battle for truth that is sweeping our culture.”
 
In addition to hearing from speakers including Dr. David Noebel, Dr. Jeff Myers, Dr. Francis Beckwith, John Stonestreet and Dr. Kurt Wise, students will have recreational opportunities in the Chattanooga and Knoxville areas.
 
For more information about the Summit sessions at Bryan College, visit the Summit web site at www.bryan.edu/summit.