Sunday, March 18, 2018, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Children and youth
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March 18 and 25
Frankenstein at 200: Remaining Human in a Post-Human World
Dr. Christina Bieber-Lake, Clyde S. Kilby Professor of English at Wheaton College
In 1818 a nineteen-year-old woman named Mary Shelley invented a new genre that would become known as science fiction. At the heart of her tale was a character so arrogant and destructive that his name has become synonymous with the monster he created. But in the 200 years since the publication of Frankenstein, have we learned anything? In the first session we will investigate how Victor Frankenstein’s sins continue to propagate in our culture today. in the second we will discuss how to remain human in a post-human world. In the Seminar Room.
March 11 and 18
Questions We're Afraid to Ask
Gordon Straw, Associate Professor and Cornelsen Chair of Spiritual Formation
and Coordinator of Candidacy, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
This conversational, participant-driven series will explore the nature of theology, why everyone is a theologian, and the "rules" of theology. This is an opportunity to ask those questions you might feel you should already know the "correct" answer to: What does it mean to be incarnated (in birth or death)? Can I have doubts? What about miracles? What if my prayers "don't work"? Do better people have more prosperous lives? Where do we go when we die? What is heaven? What is hell?
The Sunday morning Bible study group meets in the lower-level conference room.
The Grace Church Library is open and staffed on Sundays from 8:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Look for books related to Adult Ed topics as well as many other subjects. The library is also open for self-service during the week.