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The Hill Country Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to renewing and equipping the Body of Christ to engage culture in changing times with the love and mind of Christ.
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Common Descent Debate Video Now Available

If you were unable to attend the Common Descent debate at St. Edward's University on Friday, October 21, you can still watch the debate on video. Dr. Paul Nelson and Dr. Joel Velasco discussed the current status of Common Descent, the claim that all life on Earth evolved from a single organism. Velasco defended common descent; Nelson challenged it. The video is now available here.

A Day With C.S. Lewis

A Spiritual Journey into Fascinating Worlds. Most know of Lewis as the author of "The Chronicles of Narnia". This seminar, led by Dr. Dennis Fisher and Dr. Janet Fisher, will help you see why so many of his other books continue to grow in popularity while engaging hearts and minds around the world. Mark your calendars for November 19 and make plans to join us in Austin, TX. Get more information and purchase tickets here.

Dig Into the Tough Questions this February

We're pleased to announce a series of events coming to Austin from Ravi Zacharias International Ministries this February 24-26. Three days of events at multiple venues delving into the tough questions of our day with guest speaker, Michael Ramsden, International Director of RZIM. Michael has a brilliant mind, a wealth of experience tackling tough issues related to Christianity, the Church, and the ways of God, as well as a keen ability to communicate to diverse audiences around the globe. Some events require ticket purchase while others require only registration. Click here for all the details. 

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