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Inaugural Christian Book Expo coming to Dallas.

Christianity Today and the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association are collaborating on a premier event: author-led panel discussions at the Christian Book Expo.

Christianity Today examines current events and trends from an evangelical Christian perspective. Our goal is to equip Christ-followers to understand the times in which we live in order to be salt and light in the world. To further that goal CT is sponsoring the following workshops at the inaugural Christian Book Expo, scheduled for March 19-22 in Dallas.

These panels include J.I. Packer, William Lane Craig, Christopher Hitchens, Lee Strobel, Justin Taylor, Mark Roberts, Darrell Bock, Andy Crouch, and many more. Mark Galli and I will serve as moderators for three of the sessions.

The five panel topics:

– Does the God of Christianity Exist, and What Difference Does It Make? A Debate.

– Living Christianly in a Post-Christian Culture

– A Guided Tour of Heaven and Hell

– What is the Gospel?

– The Emerging Church

For more information on the panels, click here and here.

More than 150 authors are expected to converge at the Dallas Convention Center for the Christian Book Expo, and the ECPA is expecting thousands of booklovers to attend this event, which is designed for publishers, authors, and consumers. For other event details, click here.

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Posted:January 27, 2009 at 9:43AM
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