The Case for God, Karen Armstrong
Culbertson Room, 7 p.m. Third Mondays
Third Mondays, June 19, September 18, October 16, and November 20—7 p.m. in the Culbertson Room
Thanks to those of you who helped us pool our collective wisdom about the future church at our final meeting on May 15 to discuss Why Christianity Must Change or Die. We dispatched a fairly dense and multi-faceted dissertation in four efficient sessions and we discover that many of us want to go on together, so next we will take on Karen Armstrong’s The Case for God. Here is the schedule for the rest of 2023. As you can see, we’ll take July and August off. Reservations are appreciated, so Karen Gaynor will send you a message every month to find out who can participate in that respective month.
The book was published in 2009 and is still in print in every format I can think of, so please procure your own copy.
Thanks for joining me in thinking seriously about God! Bill Evertsberg
Skeptics & Believers III
Chapters 1–3: Homo Religiosus, God, Reason
|September 18||Chapters 4–6: Faith, Silence, Reason and Faith||77–158|
|October 16||Chapters 7–9: Science & Religion, Scientific Religion, Enlightenment||161–234|
|November 20||Chapters 10–12: Atheism, Unknowing, Death of God?