We’ll begin studying the Old Testament book of Daniel at 10:15am in Room 120. This is a book filled with some of the most dramatic stories and incredible visions in the Bible. It is a story of real people and their faith, but it also gives readers a peek at what is to come. There are parts of it we know well (the lion’s den and fiery furnace), and parts that even the most learned of pastors hope to avoid having to preach.
A Crisis of Faith is happening in the mainline churches of America; we are seeking answers. The lectures were given at the Chautauqua Institution in New York this past summer, 2017. Each lecture will be presented on DVD’s. Hear Bill Moyers, broadcast journalist, interview speakers following their lectures. The list of speakers follows:
A Monthly Lecture and Discussion Series; 10am on the Sundays listed, Borgwardt Hall
As Lutheran Christians, we are called be stewards of God’s creation and to respect the integrity and limits of the earth and its resources. We are called to evaluate food systems and food by their direct, indirect, short-term, and long-term effects on the well being of ALL CREATION and PEOPLE.
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