Topic: Abortion: The Biblical, Scientific and Philosophical Perspectives
Date: Saturday, 19 September 2020
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Venue (for on-site participants): Pilgrim Covenant Church (Blk 203B Henderson Road #07-07, Singapore 159546)
On-site participation is cancelled, see the On-site registration section below for more information
|7 pm||Introduction + Prayer|
|7.15 pm||Main Talk|
About the panelists
Dr Vincent Chia (main speaker)
Dr Chia is a Family Physician, and has a special interest in Bioethics having read it during his early postgraduate training. The Lord placed in his heart a particular burden for orphans for several years. This burden became more specific when it dawned upon him that aborted children are a special group of “orphans” – children that were unwanted by their parents and relegated for destruction. Besides his medical work, he enjoys reading Philosophy and Theology, and hunting for critters with his 6-year-old daughter. He is also currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Divinity.
Pastor Au Yeong Hau Tzeng
Pastor Hau Tzeng is a graduate of The Masters University (Santa Clarita, California) and Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), and an associate pastor at Pilgrim Covenant Church in Singapore, but also ministers across the border at Johor Bahru Covenant Fellowship in Malaysia.
Asaph Ho, Lester Chen, Samuel Ho
These brothers are members from Reformed Churches who are convicted by Scriptural truth, particularly regarding social issues such as abortion.
After careful considerations, we have decided to cancel the on-site participation for this talk due to safety and logistical reasons. We apologise for any inconveniences caused and look forward to a future talk where we may meet face-to-face.
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