Case Library Summer Series

 
 
Presenters: July 9: David Weeks, July 16: Mark Hall 

July 23: Janet Kowalski, July 30: Laurel Braun

 
Bestselling Christian activist, scholar, and author of Why I Left, Why I Stayed: Conversations on Christianity Between an Evangelical Father and His Humanist Son, Tony Campolo and his son Bart, an avowed Humanist, debate their spiritual differences and explore similarities involving faith, belief, and hope that they share.
 
Over Thanksgiving dinner, fifty-year-old Bart Campolo announced to his Evangelical pastor father, Tony Campolo, that after a lifetime immersed in the Christian faith, he no longer believed in God. The revelation shook the Campolo family dynamic and forced father and son to each reconsider his own personal journey of faith—dual spiritual investigations into theology, faith, and Humanism that eventually led Bart and Tony back to one another.
 
 As Why I Left, Why I Stayed makes clear, a painful schism between father and son that could have divided them irreparably became instead an opening that offered each an invaluable look not only at what separated them, but more importantly, what they shared. Books are $14. To purchase, please sign up on the Information Table in the Gallery Room  Checks payable to Westminster; indicate "Case Library" in the memo area. Checks may be given to Debbie Katz or left in her mailbox.

This series has been organized by the Case Library Committee.

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