Welcome to this Website and Course
Welcome to this website!
Please note that the Case for God course will run in person on Wednesday evenings at All Saints Church, Church Street, Whitstable, CT5 1PG from 7.30pm to 9pm from 4th May to 15th June inclusive. The course is free of charge
--------4th May the subject is the Moral Argument -------
---------11th May the subect is The Problem of Pain and Suffering ----------
---------18th May the subject is Arguments to do with dependence and independence ---------
-----------25th May the subject is the design argument
1st June School holidays
-------8th June the subject is Arguments for religious and spiritual experience ----
------15th June Pascal's wager and the anthropic principle--------
It is a course which is designed to bring coherent arguments in favour of there being a God. We live in a largely sceptical culture now where many people question the existence of God. This course is designed to help seekers find arguments in favour of the existence of God as well as help Christians find arguments to defend their belief in the face of criticism.
It is based on the book "The Case for God" by Peter S Williams. This is now no longer published but can be bought second hand at this link:
Peter S Williams has written several books since which are very much worth reading
The material for this course can be found on this website and it would be worth reading the chapters beforehand. Week 7 on the online course will not be happening in person as we will be chatting as part of Weeks 1 to 6
Please let me know if you wish to attend the course by emailing me at email@example.com
You can obviously come just for the first session as a taster if you wish.
Rev Simon Tillotson
Whitstable CT5 1PG
Tel or Whatsapp 07833 448287
Short biography - Simon was born and grew up in Cambridge. After school he came to faith in Jerusalem on his year off. He then studied English Literature at London University for three years, securing a 2.1 BA Degree, before working for a year for Simon Hughes MP in the inner city of London dealing with housing and benefit issues. He then felt a call for the ministry and trained for the Church of England ministry at Ridley Hall Cambridge, securing a 2.1 BA Degree at Trinity College, Cambridge as part of this process. He was ordained in 1994. Simon served two curacies, one in Paddock Wood, the second in Ormskirk, before becoming vicar of St Peter and St Paul, Aylesford in 2000 and then Team Vicar at All Saints in the Whitstable Team Ministry in 2007 and also since 2019 serving as Team Vicar at St John's Swalecliffe having previously been Team Vicar from 2007 to 2019 of St Peter's Whitstable.
Simon is married with Cathy who works at Buttercups Goat Sanctuary, near Maidstone.
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