31 May @ 5:00pm CDT
Reading a Modern Classic: Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age (FULL)
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31 May @ 5:00pm CDT
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Cam’s current exhibit at the Overture Center features two- and three-dimensional art pieces that evoke towering white pines scourged by fire; an abandoned iron ore mine; a granary; and a chapel at a beloved camp.
With Faith In Mind is intended for academically-minded, ecumenical Christians. Our goal is to engage listeners with a thoughtful and faith-informed perspective on important issues and big questions that our society faces. We do this by having real conversations with people who have great stories and expertise. In our first series, titled “Christian Education at the Crossroads.” We’re interviewing top leaders and scholars in the Christian education space.
The 53rd celebration of Earth Day is Saturday, April 22, 2023. But most congregations — and most evangelicals by extension — will hardly notice. Why? Because they don’t know how to unleash Earth Day’s spiritual significance for the life of the church.
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Upper House will host five talks to explore some of the dominant social issues in the global church—issues that affect all Christians.
We’ll seek to learn from people in our community who have experience and expertise in other parts of the world, while challenging and enrichening our understanding of the church here in Madison.
Join us at Upper House for these Learning Cohorts that will take place every other Wednesday, on 6/14, 6/28, 7/12, 7/26, 8/9, from 5-6:30 PM.
A drawing of Ethiopian Orthodox people, and Jesus washing Peters feet, featuring the words, “Pressing Issues for the Global Church.” ... See MoreSee Less
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