Faith and Reason Reading Group
When: Fridays, 2:00pm
9/22, 9/29, 10/13, 10/20, & 10/27
Co-sponsored by the Christian Union
To mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Catholic and Protestant faculty will co-lead a community of Christian students through central texts of the Reformers and trace the evolution of their ideas through centuries of Christian tradition. This fall module will convene on Friday afternoons for 6 sessions beginning Sept 22.
Please direct any questions to Elizabeth Feeney: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More about our co-sponsors:
In fall 2013, a Christian leadership development program launched at University of Pennsylvania, resourced by Christian Union.
The student organization provides students at Penn with access to in-depth study of Scripture, Christian leadership training, fellowship, and support for Christian students, as well as resources to help non-Christian students learn about Christianity. The main activities of the program include intellectually rigorous Bible courses, a weekly lecture series, conferences, and various outreaches on campus.
Founded by faculty, alumni, students, and friends of the University of Pennsylvania, the Collegium Institute is an independent scholarly foundation that draws academic learning into conversation with the Catholic intellectual tradition. In so doing, it cultivates reflection on “catholic” or universal questions and on the unity of truth across the disciplines. The Collegium Institute is a scholarly foundation devoted to fostering the Catholic intellectual tradition, and the liberal tradition of humane studies more broadly.