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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.

Lineup:
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 pghchristianstudies@gmail.com.

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