Grad Student Dinner and Bible Study
Aug
29
to Dec 5

Grad Student Dinner and Bible Study

Grad Students: Join us at Hill House every Thursday evening from 6-8pm this semester for dinner at 6 followed by a Bible study on Galatians from 7-8pm.

Why Galatians?

"Paul's project, he often says, is building-not with bricks and mortar but rather with people. He lays the foundation with the shockingly good news of one true God who raised Jesus from the dead, in order to build a new family with no divisions, all of whom can call God Father.

In a world of widespread ethnic rivalry and trenchant divisiveness, Paul's strong corrective message in Galatians demands to be heard and reheard."

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Friday Lunch Discussions: Socrates in the City
Aug
30
to Dec 6

Friday Lunch Discussions: Socrates in the City

Join us for a pizza lunch as we read and discuss a dialogue between the 5th century BC Greek philosopher Socrates and our Lord. Read this week's Featured Article for Discussion

What would happen if Socrates--yes, the Socrates of ancient Athens--suddenly showed up on the campus of a major university and enrolled in its divinity school? What would he think of human progress since his day? How would he react to our values? To our culture? And what would he think of Jesus? Peter Kreeft, Christian philosopher and longtime admirer of the historic Socrates, imagines the result. In this drama Socrates meets such fellow students as Bertha Broadmind, Thomas Keptic and Molly Mooney. Throughout, Kreeft weaves an intriguing web as he brings Socrates closer and closer to a meeting with Jesus.

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Undergrad Dinner and Bible Study
Sep
2
to Dec 2

Undergrad Dinner and Bible Study

Undergraduate Students: Join us at Hill House every Monday evening from 6-8pm this semester for dinner at 6 followed by a Bible study on Galatians from 7-8pm.

Why Galatians?

"Paul's project, he often says, is building-not with bricks and mortar but rather with people. He lays the foundation with the shockingly good news of one true God who raised Jesus from the dead, in order to build a new family with no divisions, all of whom can call God Father.

In a world of widespread ethnic rivalry and trenchant divisiveness, Paul's strong corrective message in Galatians demands to be heard and reheard."

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Movie Night - The Professor and the Madman
Sep
6
6:00 PM18:00

Movie Night - The Professor and the Madman

One of the greatest films you have NEVER seen! A film born, literally, of words and the paradoxical. This incredible true story highlights the captivating and tragic friendship between two brilliant men. Where words become a code of friendship and the thin line between beauty and madness.Based on the 1998 book `The Surgeon of Crowthorne' by Simon Winchester, the life of Professor James Murray is portrayed as he begins work on compiling words for the first edition of the Oxford English Dictionary in the mid-19th century. As he led the overseeing committee, the professor received over 10,000 entries from one source in particular - a patient at Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum, Dr William Minor.

Join us for dinner, the movie and a discussion of it afterwards!

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