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.

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Summer Reading Groups

We are pleased to announce our summer reading groups. Throughout the summer we explore different books and topics through our reading groups—take a look at what’s coming up and find a group (or two) that interests you. More Info.

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Lecture

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JESSICA RISKIN

How the Mouse Lost its Tail, Or, Lamarck’s Dangerous Idea

Friday, Apr. 28, 2017 | 3:30 p.m.

Dr. Jessica Riskin examines how seventeenth century classical machanists and naturalist Jean Baptiste Lamarck disagreed on what makes living things tick. Riskin will consider the implications of this disagreement on the modern science of biology and what we would now call “evolution.” More Info.

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