Feast of St Mary of Egypt
OUR FIRST two "Great Conversations" have been fantastic. Our first meeting focused on the impact of team sports on families, churches, and schools. The second asked who the best candidate for President of the United States is. Both of them fulfilled our mission: renewing culture by rescuing discourse from the political parties.
Now it's time for our third and final Great Conversation of the academic year. And we've organized it a bit differently than normal.
We've invited a group of ten pastors, professors, and scientists from all three Great Traditions (Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant) to model a great conversation on how we should read the creation account of Genesis 1-2 in light of modern science. Following their dialogue, attendees will have their chance to join the conversation.
Fr. Terry Hedrick of Church of the Resurrection Charismatic Episcopal Church has graciously welcomed us into his church. So we'll be at 5318 E. 37th St N in Bel Aire, KS from 7-9 pm on Tuesday, April 12. We'll have a short break at 9 for those who need to leave and then open the floor for more great conversation.
Most of our work thus far has been limited to publications and lectures. We're thrilled to now be facilitating dialogue. We hope you'll join us in what promises to be a great conversation!