Events

Convening world-class speakers & diverse perspectives

Each year through events large and small, we convene over 3,000 students, faculty, scholars, and local church members to engage and be challenged by wide-ranging ideas and perspectives. At each event, we foster ongoing conversations and long-term relationships where integrating faith and knowledge can best be practiced.

Featured Events

Group Discussion

Public Event

Reading Groups

Spring 2017 | Various meeting times available

We’re hosting some exciting reading groups this spring, and we’d love to have you join us. Our reading groups are open to everyone–students, faculty, and community members. More Info.
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Group Discussion

Public Event

SAINT ANSELM READINGS

An Evening with Anselm: Readings from Saint Anselm’s Prayers & Meditations

Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 | 7:00 p.m.

Saint Anselm, our organization’s namesake, believed that faith was central to, even necessary for, understanding. Join us for an evening of readings from and discussions of Anselm’s prayers and other writings. More Info.

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Lecture

Public Event

MIROSLAV VOLF

21st Annual Holmer Lecture: Religion and Human Flourishing in a Globalized World

Thursday, Mar. 30, 2017 | 7:00 p.m.

Do we need religion in our modern, globalized world, or is it only a source of conflict and violence? Can religious adherents believe in the truth of their own religions while still protecting the rights of others to believe and practice differently? More Info.

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