A group for reading and discussing the deep thinking and rich answers of the Christian faith.
Although it may not be evident in some of its expressions today, from its inception Christianity has cared deeply not only about our hearts and emotions, but about our minds and thoughts as well. Jesus implored his followers to love God “with all your heart, soul, and mind.” In that spirit, some of the most brilliant thinkers in history—from Augustine to Aquinas to Dante to Pascal to Kierkegaard—have been Christians. In this long, but too often forgotten, tradition of Christian thinking, many riches emerge to help us make sense of the God and the world around us.
In this six-week group on Christian Philosophy, we are going to explore some of those riches. We’ll dissect questions such as, “what does it mean to talk about God?” and “what are arguments for or against God’s existence?” and “how do science and faith interact?” and “how can we make sense of the Trinity?”
If questions like these interest you, please leave your name and contact information below. We’ll be in touch soon about finding a day and time that works for the most people.