This Semester’s Short Courses:

The Princess and the Goblin: Only a Fairy Tale for Children?

Just a fairy tale for children? Or might there be lessons for those of us who think we have outgrown bedtime stories? C.S. Lewis regarded George MacDonald as his master, and once said “…I fancy I have never written a book in which I did not quote from him.” G.K. Chesterton said that of all the stories he has read, this one was “the most real, the most realistic….” Come read the fairy tale that deeply impacted Lewis, Chesterton, and more!

Led by James Depret-Guillaume
Thursdays, 2:00-3:00pm

Weekly, March 14-mid April

@ the Bradley Study Center, 104 Faculty Street

Reconciling Faith and Science 

Does rigorously pursuing science mean you have to leave faith in God behind? This course will draw from the expertise of Dr. John Lennox (scientist, mathematician, and apologist) in his book Cosmic Chemistry to explore the plausibility of a theistic Christian worldview in light of some recent scientific discoveries.

Led by Dr. Jonathan Boreyko
Wednesdays, 4:00-5:00pm
Weekly, January 31-April 3
@ the Bradley Study Center, 104 Faculty Street

Apologetics 101

How do we talk about God when people believe that Christianity is on the “wrong side of history?” This course offers a roadmap for guiding believers struggling with doubt and skeptics longing for something more.

Led by Mike Weaver

Tuesdays or Wednesdays (TBA)

Biweekly, Feb 6, 20, 27, Mar 12, 26, Apr 9, 23

@ the Bradley Study Center, 104 Faculty Street

Previous Discussion Groups

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