Transgender talk
Attendees listen during a recent “Candid Conversation on Gender & Sexuality” presentation in Anchorage.

Anchorage-based Wisdom Apologetics is hosting the third and final part of its “Candid Conversations on Gender & Sexuality” series on Wednesday, Aug 10.

Organizer Chris Gonzalez said the series has seen a great response in the first two presentations, with a packed house last month to discuss homosexuality.

The upcoming event on transgenderism will include information on sharing truth, navigating discussions on transgenderism, and learning about the science behind transgenderism.

Coming from a Christian worldview, the presentation will tackle issues that have come to divide many in our country, while putting the traditional Christian belief at odds with the culture.

The aim is to explore foundational truths in a world which often denies the reality that human beings are created male and female. Attendees will explore how the culture has rapidly changed and what they can do to effectively navigate discussions with friends and family.

The Aug. 10 event will be held at a Spenard venue located at 3300 Spenard Road, and is specifically directed at high school students and college-age adults, but is free and open to everyone. It starts at 7 p.m. and includes a 40-minute video presentation followed by a live Q&A with apologists Chris Gonzalez (Reasonable Faith), Matthew Cote (Ratio Christi), and Prince Nwankudu (Wisdom Apologetics). Door prizes and light refreshments will be provided. There will be a Zoom option for those who can’t attend in person. To register, click here.

Wisdom Apologetics has been active in Anchorage for many years, providing events and discussion forums at colleges, churches and other venues with the aim of helping youth and young adults understand the rationality behind the claims of Christianity.

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Anchorage apologetics group to unpack transgenderism

Sarah Strubel
Sarah Strubel is studying Political Science at Loyola University Chicago. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, practicing French and Chinese, and cooking. She is currently working as a summer intern for the Alaska Watchman.