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.
Lectures will take place at 3:00 Eastern Time.
|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|
|A discussion on “Tragic Worship” by Carl Trueman||Obi Martin||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|
|Socrates and Why We Make Bad Decisions||Lynn Martin||April 4|
|Singing in Strange Lands: The Surprising Prophetic Embrace of Exile||Javan Lapp||April 18|
|The Bildungsroman||Carita Keim||May 2|
|Human Development and Containment of Negative Emotion||Conrad Eby||May 16|
|Feet Yearning for Distance: Zora Neale Hurston and Fossil Fueled Possibility in the Jim Crow South||Stuart Mullet||May 30|
|The Art of Writing Poetry for Music from the Perspective of a Composer||Nelson Martin||June 27|
|Distributism as an Economic Framework||Sean Domincic||July 11|
|Either/Or: Kierkegaard and Making Decisions||David Glick||Aug 29|
|Ambiverse Theory: Synthesizing Rationalism and Existentialism||Conrad Martin||Sept 26, Zoom link, pass 112358|
You shouldn’t need a passcode, but if you do, it’s 112358.
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