Tom Gilson

Cincinnati-Dayton Apologetics Meetup March 20!

Greetings! If you live in or near southwest Ohio, you’re invited to the first Cincinnati-Dayton area apologetics fellowship gathering, 10 am March 20, online via Zoom. This is the first of many gatherings. [button] We’ll meet in person after this first online introduction meeting.

Cade Cover, Ratio Christi director for the University of Cincinnati, will be co-hosting with me. Eric Chabot, RC chapter director at Ohio State will be there as well. (Maybe we’ll call him a guest host?)

It’s for anyone in the area who’s interested in apologetics. You don’t need to be an expert, you only need to be interested. This is your chance to meet others who share that interest. We’re making fellowship a priority. We’ll have discussion-starter talks at our gatherings, including this first one; just enough to get a good conversation rolling.

So we hope to see you there! But you’ll need to contact me to get the login info. I hate to say it, but I just don’t want us getting Zoom-bombed by the wrong people, and this blog post is just one step too public. It’s happened to friends of mine, and we don’t want it happening here.

So send me a message and I’ll shoot the information back to you as quick as I can. Remember: 10 am Eastern time, March 20. See you there!

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