The Lewis House Lecture Series welcomes academics and public figures who speak thoughtful and practically on a wide range of themes. Our aim is to return genuine Christian inquiry to the university culture and the greater community—that is, we aspire to be a little leaven in a culture of flattened thoughts and affections. The 2023-2024 school year is the second year of lectures. Our first year welcomed, among others, N. T. Wright, Rebecca DeYoung, Peter Leithart, Carl Trueman and Karen Swallow Prior.”
In general the talks will happen on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. Occasionally we will deviate from that recurring date, but when we do we’ll make note of that. Lectures are free to the public and open to students, community members—pretty much anyone willing to come, listen, think, and/or discuss. We hope to see you there!
P. S. Unsure where to park? See this page for some guidance.
All lectures are hosted in person at the Lewis House building (507 Columbia Avenue) unless otherwise stated.