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Colloquium on the Christian Intellectual Life

  • 4200 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA, 15213 United States (map)

PGH Christian Studies presents the annual Colloquium of the Christian Intellectual Life. This year’s theme is 21st Century Love: Does charity emerge from the human condition? It will include a series of short presentations from PGH Christian Studies students with opportunities for discussion following each one.

Breakfast of fruit, coffee, and hot cross buns will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Room 501 of the Cathedral of Learning.

Planes, Trains, and Autonomous Robots, Xavier Cook
Refugee Resettlement, Fiona Eichinger
Playback (film) by Ben Hatmaker, presented by Mark Connor
Tear Down the Walls: A Biblical Response to Xenophobia, Ethnocentrism, and Racism, Nick Bersin

Following the event, we will continue our discussion at the Porch at 1:00 p.m.

This event is free to all students, and open to all students of any faith or none.

To RSVP please reply "Going" on our Facebook event, or e-mail

Earlier Event: April 1
Kelso Bible Lands Museum
Later Event: September 4
Welcome Dinner