Throughout the semester we explore different books and topics through our discussion groups, offering a community and a context in which to discuss together different aspects of life and culture in relation to the Christian faith.

These groups are open to everyone—students, faculty, and community members. Find a reading group that interests you and sign up below!  Books are provided free to students who sign up online.

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On the Incarnation, by St. Athanasius

Join us for a 5-week discussion group as we look into the mind and experience of a young Christian in the first centuries after Christ. Athanasius explains and defends the Incarnation and the Trinity in this classic Christian text. Approximately 12-15 pages per week. Books will be provided for those who sign up.

Facilitator:  Mike Weaver, Director of the Bradley Study Center
Time: Mondays, 6:30pm, starting March 18  (5 weeks)
Location:  The River’s Edge  •  209-D College Ave  •  Blacksburg, VA

Doing the Right Thing: Making Moral Choices in a World Full of Options

With this 6-part video series, we will discuss real-life implications of ethics in our culture, economy, government, school, and individual lives. Can a civilization flourish without guiding values? Where does a sense of morality come from? How do we know and do what’s right?

Facilitator: Michael Folta
Time: Mondays, 5:15pm, starting March 25  (6 weeks)
Location:  The River’s Edge  •  209-D College Ave  •  Blacksburg, VA

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Spring 2019 Groups

Fall 2018 Groups

image of the book The Myth Of Equality
image of the book Adam and the Genome
image of the book for the beauty of earth