Assumption: “The Resurrection was symbolic, not literal.”

When: 10am
Where: Ballet Austin
Cost: FREE
Childcare: Birth thru 5th grade (Check in at Ballet Austin)

Is the Resurrection merely symbolic? Did Church leaders make up these stories a century later? This issue is not purely an academic one. It has real existential questions for our lives. We will study the postmodern “compromise” and then the historical facts upon which all scholars agree. This session is a fresh look at the available evidence and how a transformed life only becomes possible in light of this foundational event. 

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