Theology Discussion Group

Steve Hirby

First and third Thursdays, 12:00–1:30 PM at Atlas Coffee Mill
Books we've read.
Books we're considering.

Do you have faith questions? Do you desire a place to talk more about your spiritual questions with other adults in a supportive way? This group meets twice a month to discuss questions, ponder readings and explore our faith together while fellowshipping over lunch. Come join us.

Starting January 4, 2018, and continuing through May, we will be reading the following:

Luhrmann, T.M. When God Talks Back: Understanding the American Evangelical Relationship with God. Alfred A. Knopf, 2012. 464 pages.

Through a series of intimate, illuminating interviews with various members of the Vineyard, an evangelical church with hundreds of congregations across the country, Tanya Luhrmann leaps into the heart of evangelical faith. Combining anthropological and psychological perspectives, When God Talks Back examines how normal, sensible people—from college students to accountants to housewives, all functioning perfectly well within our society—can have the signs and wonders of the supernatural become as day-to-day and as ordinary as laundry. Astute, sensitive, and extraordinarily measured in its approach to the interface between science and religion.

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