Sunday, 21 Jun 2015 12:30 PM
Riverside City Library
Join us on the third Sunday of June for author Bill Zuersher, who will be talking about his recently published book through a lecture entitled, “Christianity: How it Happened”. His book is “Seeing Through Christianity: A critique of Beliefs and Evidence”
Bill Zuersher studied economics and government at Yale. After working for two decades in the energy industry, he now teaches and writes. He is a popular speaker with secular audiences and is available for interviews, presentations, and debates. He and his wife, Linda, live in southern California.
From Amazon, “the only book you’ll ever need to read about Christianity.
“This remarkable book provides a critical overview of Christian beliefs and the evidence for them. Where did these beliefs come from? Are there good reasons to believe Christianity is true?
“Bill Zuersher clearly explains each of Christianity’s major beliefs. He then proceeds to demonstrate significant difficulties with each of them. The book tackles these beliefs in a logical order, beginning with the problems at the root of virtually all religions, suffering and death, and culminating in their supposed resolution through Jesus.
“Entertaining throughout, it is must-reading for skeptics, apologists, and anyone interested the world’s largest religion or the culture wars behind today’s politics — an invaluable resource for students and teachers, writers and debaters.”
Enjoy an catered entrée and a vegetarian dish, fresh bread and butter, and dessert. The full menu is announced before the meeting.
12:30pm – beverages and welcome
12:45pm-1:45pm – Lecture
1:45pm – luncheon and one-on-one with speaker
Prices are as follows:
Lecture only – $5
Food and beverages will be extra and will be announced shortly.
While this meeting officially starts at 12:30pm, anyone who wishes to help set up chairs, prepare food, or decorate tables is invited to show up early at 12:00pm.
Parking can fill up at the library, but parking at downtown structures is free on Sundays. There is a structure across from the library at 3750 Orange St. that we recommend:
And whatever you do, don’t park in the Mission Inn structure, they charge by the hour.
Hope to see you there!