ANNOUNCING THE FIRST DOES
GOD EXIST? SCHOLARSHIPS
For many years, we have dreamed about having a
program that would encourage young Christians to start thinking, researching,
and writing in the field of Christian apologetics. We did not feel
that donated money could be used for such a purpose, and we really had
no other way to do it. This past year Phyllis Clayton's mother (Edith
Lawson) and John Clayton's aunt (Connie Parsons) passed away leaving money
to be used in any way we see fit. We have decided to use a portion of this
money to set up two $1000 scholarships which we hope will be awarded each
year in memory of these two ladies who had such a positive influence on
Year 2000 Requirements for the
Does God Exist? Memorial Scholarships
For more information and an application form, send
your request to John and Phyllis Clayton, 1555 Echo Valley Dr., iles, Mi.
Applicants must be high school graduates who will
be attending a college, technical school, or university in the fall of
Applicants muyst submit a paper of 5000 words or
less on the subject "Why I Believe What I Believe, and How I Plan to
Use This Evidence to Help Others." Papers will be graded on the
Validity of evidence presented.
Usefulness of the evidence in helping others believe.
Technical construction of the paper (documentation,
spelling, clarity of expression, etc).
Applicants must be willing for their finished paper
to be reproduced in this journal.
All papers and applications must be postmarked no
later than May 1, 2000.
Does God Exist?