A Taste of Seminary: Christian Perspectives on Faith, Culture, and Contemporary Issues
** Please note that you will receive a Zoom URL after you register. This same URL will work for all four sessions. **
Dates: Tuesdays, April 20th, 27th and May 4th, 11th
Time: 7-8:15 PM
April 20: Chasing Methuselah: A Christian Perspective on Slowing Aging - Dr. Todd Daly
A discussion of Dr. Daly’s new book, Chasing Methuselah: Theology, the Body, and Slowing Aging (Cascade, 2021).
April 27: The Infinitely Diverse Music and Art of Worship - Dr. Judy Webb
As people created in God’s image, we find ways to express God’s own creativity, especially in the arts. In this talk we explore the wealth of Christian music and art that most of us are unaware of that will enhance our worship of God, both individually and corporately.
May 4: The Neuroscience of Spiritual Formation - Nia Klein
Both secular and Christian neuroscientists are discovering that our brains—specifically its unique neural circuitry—has been designed by our Creator for the very purpose of moving us towards a deeper relationship with Christ. We will explore current neuroscientific findings, asking how these findings can enhance and augment our individual spiritual formation, with particular attention to the work of the Christian thinker Dallas Willard.
May 11: Images of Redemption in Three Children's Stories - Dr. Melody Green
C. S. Lewis believed that children could be taught theology through story. This presentation focuses on how the concept of redemption is explored in three children’s stories.
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