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Join us Monday nights in June for hot theological topics presented in a short discourse by the speaker on the scheduled topic, followed by a round of Q&A, including a few short remarks and raffles for door prizes.
In-Person or Online
All sessions are offered in-person in the Welcome Center & Heritage Plaza without registration, and livestream will be available online via Facebook Live. For in-person attendees, please note this event is BYOB/BYOF (bring your choice beverages & food).
June 21, 2021 at 6 pm
The Christian Witness within Cancel Culture
Writer and speaker Brandon Cleaver engages cultural questions and concerns within the context of Christian hope, including the exploration of topics such as slavery in the Bible, culture/Christianity, ethics, urban issues, and various worldviews. For several years, Brandon served as co-chapter director for the Wayne State Ratio Christi chapter. He served on the Stephen Ministry leadership team at Kensington Community Church and occasionally serves alongside Inner City Detroit Cru.
View Theology Live on Monday, June 21 at 6 pm
June 28, 2021 at 6 pm
Using the Enneagram for a More Compassionate You
Suzanne Stabile is an Enneagram Master Teacher. Known as a “priceless source of wisdom” and a “grace-filled truth-teller,” Suzanne has been a student of the Enneagram for more than 30 years. Following the publication of the Enneagram primer, The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery, Suzanne’s latest book The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships guides readers into deeper insights about themselves, their types, and others’ personalities. Her 12-week small group curriculum, The Enneagram Journey, provides an opportunity for groups to use Enneagram wisdom to travel towards health and wholeness together. Suzanne is also the host of the popular, interview-style podcast, The Enneagram Journey that seeks to promote community, patience, and tolerance through a growing understanding of the differences and similarities that undergird our humanity.
View Theology Live on Monday, June 28 at 6 pm
Week 1: Science & Faith: Conflicting or Enriching?
June 7, 2021 at 6 pm
Alister McGrath explains how he transitioned from being a scientific atheist to a Christian theologian who welcomed the natural sciences as enriching his faith. His presentation offers robust responses to some criticisms of religious belief made by scientists and atheists and explores how Christianity creates space for the natural sciences, explaining their strengths and identifying some areas of weakness.
Week 2: Reclaiming a Lost Vision of Women's Rights
June 14, 2021 at 6 pm
Erika Bachiochi* shares the journey that led her from pro-choice feminist activist in college to pro-life feminist scholar today, a journey that prominently features both C.S. Lewis and early American women's rights advocates. She asks if there is more to being a feminist than what we see and hear in the media, and if there is a way for feminism to regain a vision of reproductive justice that benefits both women and men, and their children too.