When: 7:00 pm Saturday April 22, 2017 Where: J.P. and Christina's place: 13600 Jacks Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22192 Topic: Can a Christian lose justification? RSVP: email@example.com -- Remember to bring a side dish, dessert, or beverage to share
At the center of the Reformation was a dispute over salvation.
Was it by faith alone? Once gained, could it be lost? Does Paul and the New Testament authors rule out the possibility of a justified Christian walking away from Christ?
I hope you can join us for a special Faith Discussion Dinner – the first in a long time. We'll tackle the topic: Can a Christian lose justification?
Presenting a Protestant perspective is Dan Chapa. Dan been following Christ and studying the bible for over 30 years. Dan is a Southern Baptist and attended a Baptist school, college and currently serves as a Sunday School teacher at Centreville Baptist. Dan is also a theology blogger, running his own blog and occasionally blogging for the Society of Evangelical Arminians (SEA). Dan is a CPA and works as the Controller for a government contractor. He lives in Vienna with his wife and two sons.
Presenting the Catholic perspective for this Faith Discussion Dinners is Jared MacFarlane is a lifelong Christian. He was raised in a Lutheran church, but felt called to the Catholic Church in 2013. It was there that a greater love for Scripture and Jesus were fostered. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech (Class of '08) and currently works for the US Marshals Service as a Program Analyst. In May, he married his lovely bride, Brittney, who was also confirmed into the faith in 2015. He leads a regular bible study at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church.
It should be a great discussion. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday April 22.