Fall Calendar 2012:
Bread & Belonging
Bread & Belonging, a weekly student gathering for dinner and conversation, meets every Tuesday, 5:30-7:00, usually in The CIRCLE Common Room on the 3rd floor of The Old Union Building, September through May. This quarter, we are discussing questions related to Progressive Christianity; what is it and why should we care? Join us as we discuss questions like the difference between the theology of Jesus and the theology of Paul. What is the connection between faith and science? Come explore these and other questions with us.
Issues in Liberation Class
The Issues in Liberation Class is a class through the Religious Studies department with Professor Tom Sheehan. Pastor Geoff Browning and Associate Dean for Religious Life, Rev. Joanne Sanders, co-teach the class with Professor Sheehan. The class focuses on El Salvador with an interdisciplinary format studying the political, historical, economical and religious history of the country. Then over spring break, we take the entire class to El Salvador so the students can integrate their learning. This is the third year that we have offered this class.