Friday, March 12th - Saturday March 13th

Are you prepared to answer these tough questions?

  • The Bible was written over a course of 3500 years in 3 languages and 35 authors. Can we really trust its contents?
  • There are 450 translations of the Bible in English. How do we the text hasn't changed?
  • There are 52 other Gnostic gospels and Roman Catholics have other books we don't. How do we know we have the right books?



5:00-6:30 Dinner & Worship

6:30-7:00 Session 1 - Origins: What is the Bible & How did we get it?


7:15-7:45 Session 2 - Canon: Do we have the right books?

7:45-10:00 Games/Hangout; head home



9:00- 9:45 Breakfast at church

9:45-10:00 Morning Worship

10:00-10:45 Session 3 - Text: Can we trust the Bible? Has it changed?

10:45-12:00 Free time at church

12:00-12:30 Lunch

12:30-3:30 City Scavenger Hunt

3:30-5:00 Free time before dinner

5:00-5:30 Dinner

6:00-6:15 Worship

6:15-6:45 Session 4 - Translation:  Why are there so many translations?


7:00-7:30 Session 5 - The What About’s: (e.g. What about the Gnostic "gospels"? What about the Council of Nicaea?)

7:30-7:45 Song of response: Free time at church - end at 11:00pm. Go home, hotels or host homes

For Students & Leaders


This Disciple Now is aimed at equipping students and leaders for common objections to the trustworthiness of the Bible. Any student 6th grade and up is welcome to come.

Youth leaders and pastors are also welcomed to come to this equipping event.

Josh is the Student & Family Pastor at FBC Duncan. He has presented on the canon at Covenant Theological Seminary's Annual theology conference and the Evangelical Theological Society. He is pursuing his PhD in Biblical Studies & Ethics and is passionate about explaining the origins of the Bible for students in a challenging, relatable, and applicable way.

Friday, March 12th - Saturday March 13th





$30/group (6–14 people)

$35/group (15+ people)

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