Lectures happen on Sunday afternoons. Intended to spark thoughtful dialogue, they range in depth from book reviews to philosophical analysis and cover topics in literature, culture, theology, psychology, and sociology.
|Subject||Speaker||Date & Link|
|The Anti-Progressive Literature of British Romantics||Obi Martin||Jan 10|
|Learning to Love the World||Gideon Yutzy||Jan 24|
|The 21st Century and the Return of Religion||Jeremy Horning||Feb 7|
|The book of Job||Reynold Witmer||Feb 21, 3 EST, Zoom link|
|Jesus and Women||Dorcas Smucker||March 7|
|Publishing Our First Books: “The Highway and Me and My Earl Grey Tea” and “Charlie’s Boy: Into This House We Are Born”||Emily Smucker and Justin Stauffer||March 21|
|Singing in Strange Lands: The Surprising Prophetic Embrace of Exile||Javan Lapp||April 18|
|The Bildungsroman||Carita Keim||May 2|
|Old, Battered, and Borrowed: The Black Automotive Modernism of Zora Neale Hurston||Stuart Mullet||May 30|
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