Faith, Search, and Support is a weekly ongoing exploration of major theological works, which meets Sundays at 11:30 am in Classroom 3.
In the early 1960’s, John A. T. Robinson, the bishop of Woolwich and a New Testament scholar and Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge
University, published a shocking book called Honest to God. It was one of the first English-language responses to Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s call for a “religionless Christianity” in a “come-of-age world,” and it posed a sharp challenge to Christians to come up with a Christianity that could stand up to modern science and be relevant to secular culture. That challenge is still before us. We have copies of the latest edition of the book here, thanks to the good auspices of Marc Labinger, and it will be available for sale in class for $16.00.
Come and join us for the study of a book that is as exciting and relevant now as it was in 1963. Teaching is by Jack Crossley, Luke Landers, and John Quiring, all of whom hold doctorates in Religion. Book scholarships are available for those who need them.